Baltimore County Government COVID-19 Community Partners Resource Guide
The Baltimore County Department of Aging’s most recent publication on COVID resources and benefits updates, including SNAP.
Civic Works Affordable Produce Delivery Program
Civic Works’ Mobile Farmers Market offers $5 “Farmers Choice” produce boxes to Baltimore City Older Adults (55+) delivered to your door. Call (410) 826-5955 on Mondays at 9 am.
Diabetes Prevention Program
The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) is a year-long educational program that teaches healthy lifestyle changes to promote weight
loss and help prevent diabetes. DPP includes fitness classes and nutrition education. Call 667-837-2877 for DPP information.
Fransiscan Center of Baltimore
Offers a continuum of care that includes food, clothing, emergency health services, counseling, and technology training to help clients become as self-sufficient as possible. Free lunches available Monday through Friday from 10 am to 1 pm, and free dinner Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7 pm.
Irvington Community Association
Youth lunch program every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am. 4115 Frederick Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229. Call 443-325-2049 for more info.
Joy Baltimore Clothing Closet
Every Tuesday from 4 PM to 7 PM, J.O.Y. Baltimore Presents Tuesday’s Clothing Closet offering free clothes and hygiene supplies.
Manna House provides the homeless and poor of Baltimore City with goods and services to move towards independence and stability.
Y Fresh Mart Food Pantry
To schedule an appointment, call 410-728-1600, Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. Or schedule online here.
Maryland Food Bank
The Maryland Food Bank is a non-profit organization leading the movement to end hunger in Maryland.
The National Reentry Network For Returning Citizens
Helps the formerly incarcerated and imprisoned to rebuild and restore their lives through committed advocacy and support.
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