With businesses and schools shut down it’s important to know where to find information that can help you and your family get through these next weeks and months.
We’ve collected important resources from our local and national governments, schools and health resources so you know where to find them. Bookmark this page for future reference, so the information is at your fingertips should you need it.
Important State Information and Resources
Maryland Department of Health
Maryland is looking for health care workers who are willing to volunteer their services during the crisis.
Now more than ever, you don’t want to be without health coverage.
County Virus Information
Anne Arundel County COVID-19 Resources
**COVID-19 Health Line: 410-222-7256
Anne Arundel Medical Center COVID-19 Information Page
Anne Arundel County Text Alerts
Text keyword “Join COVID” to 30890 for regular updates regarding COVID-19.
Calvert County Health Department
Howard County Health Department
Prince George’s County Health Department
U.S. Government Resources
American Academy of Pediatrics
The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline
Childhelp.org 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453)
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Coronavirus Pages
Pregnant Women, those who are breastfeeding, and children
Weekly Updates from the CDC
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
National Suicide Prevention Hotlines
Maryland Youth Crisis Hotline
Anne Arundel County Public Schools Student Safety Hotline
Find food assistance in Anne Arundel County here.
Resources for food banks, volunteering, Meals on Wheels, and helpful resources for health care workers.
2-1-1 call specialists are trained to assist people dealing with all kinds of challenges including housing, utility shutoffs, family crisis, financial, legal, employment, and other problems. 2-1-1 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in over 180 languages.
City of Annapolis
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Maryland’s Business resources page
Information on which businesses can remain open, as well as financial and tax assistance for business owners.
CDC Business Advice
Small Business Disaster Assistance from the Small Business Administration
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