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COVID19 RESOURCE 2ND CLICK

Find frequently requested resources from state government agencies related to COVID-19 and community resources.

1. Baltimore Community ToolBank

This page consists of:

  1. Baltimore Community ToolBank (to section) – Free Tools for First Responders
  2. Maryland Public Schools – Map for Free Meals
  3. Maryland Department of EducationChild Care in Maryland During COVID-19 State of Emergency
  4. Maryland Department of Health  – COVID-19 Information Portal, Maintaining Mental Health, County Office Phone Numbers
  5. Maryland Health ConnectionCoronavirus Emergency Special Enrollment
  6. Maryland Department of Aging – Senior Call Check ProgramGrocery DeliveriesCounty Offices
  7. Governor’s Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing – New Webpage for Covid-19 Updates in ASL
  8. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Businesses – Governor Hogan has submitted an application for SBA assistance. Check back for updates.
  9. Maryland Insurance AdministrationDaily Update on FacebookResource PageGeneral FAQs
  10. Maryland Department of LaborCOVID-19 and Unemployment InsuranceFAQs
  11. Maryland Motor Vehicle AdministrationCOVID-19 and MDOT MVA – What You Need to Know
  12. Maryland State Agency DirectoryList of Websites
  13. Submit Other Resources

1. Baltimore Community ToolBank

Free tools for first responders- Baltimore Community ToolBank is being proactive and inclusive by offering needed supplies to first responders.

For more information, visit Baltimore Community ToolBank website or Facebook

2. Maryland Public Schools Providing Free Meals

During the temporary school closures, Maryland schools and agencies are providing free emergency meals to students and children. The direct links to the meal sites of 24 counties and Baltimore City public schools with additional information are listed here.

For an interactive map, visit MDsummerMeals.org.

3. Maryland Department of Education

Child care programs must take extraordinary precautions beyond what is normally recommended to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

For more information, visit here.

4. Maryland Department of Health

The Maryland Department of Health provides the COVID-19 Information Portal and guidelines to maintain mental health during the outbreak.

If you have any questions, please call your local Health Department office. The numbers for 24 counties and Baltimore City are listed here.

For more information, visit health.maryland.gov

5. Maryland Health Connection

As part of the state’s overall response to the coronavirus, and in an effort to prioritize health and safety, Maryland Health Connection opened a new special enrollment period for uninsured Marylanders.

For more information, visit here.

6. Maryland Department of Aging 

For more information, visit aging.maryland.gov.

7. Governor’s Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The Maryland Governor’s Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing has been working with the Governor and the state to ensure accessibility for the Deaf and hard of hearing community, including providing a Certified Deaf Interpreting team at Governor Hogan’s press conferences.

Maryland COVID-19 ASL video updates from the Governor’s Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is also provided on their YouTube playlist or on their FacebookInstagram, or Twitter pages. Sign up for email newsletters from the office here. The YouTube videos are shown below, beginning with the most recent update. More Maryland ASL resources include Maryland School for the Deaf and National Association of the Deaf.

For more information, please visit odhh.maryland.gov.

8. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Businesses 

State agencies including the Department of Commerce remain prepared to serve our clients in the business community. Maryland is still “Open for Business.” Learn more Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Businesses at businessexpress.maryland.gov/coronavirus and/or view an ongoing list of frequently asked questions here for Maryland businesses planning and responding to the Coronavirus.

For more information, visit businessexpress.maryland.gov/coronavirus.

9. Maryland Insurance Administration 

The Maryland Insurance Administration updates daily to help consumers with any questions they may have regarding insurance during this time. Please check MIA’s daily updates on Facebookresource page, and general FAQs.

For more information, please visit insurance.maryland.gov.

10.  Maryland Department of Labor

The Maryland Department of Labor provides unemployment FAQs prepared by the Maryland Department of Labor.

For more information, please visit labor.maryland.gov.

11. Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration

The safety and health of our customers and staff is a top priority for the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA). To do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and with direction from State and Federal partners, we have modified our operations to keep everyone safe and to keep Maryland moving. Read below for detailed information on how MDOT MVA changes may affect you. 

Governor Larry Hogan has ordered an extension of all driver’s and business licenses, identification cards, permits and registrations that expire or are eligible for renewal during the state of emergency. As a result, they will not expire until the 30th day after the state of emergency has been lifted. Learn more about how this may affect your travel.

For more information, please visit mva.maryland.gov.

12. Maryland State Agency Directory 

If you want to find further information from each agency or office, please click this directory.

13. Submit Other Resources 

If you have other resources for Marylanders, please contact gosv.md@maryland.gov to contribute to this page.

Please email gosv.md@maryland.gov to contribute to this page, if you are:

  • an organization that can provide community resources for the community.
  • an organization that can provide aid (space, volunteer management, etc.) to other organizations.

This email is NOT the correct place to answer questions or submit community needs. Please use the Governor’s Contact Us page for any questions not already answered through the links available on Marylanders Serving Marylanders or Maryland Unites.

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