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If you are a vulnerable individual in Abell/Charles Village who needs quarantine support text/call 732-803-0059 or email at for help. We will try to connect you with a close-by neighbor who can help you with activities outside of the home.


The Baltimore City Health Department has a website containing resources to help people navigate the pandemic. The website, which can be accessed at, includes information about food distribution sites, clinical guidance for healthcare providers, shareable infographics with information about the coronavirus, ways people can help others through volunteering and donating, and other resources.


The Maryland Department of Health has a resource page with information about who is eligible for vaccination, and where to pre-register for an appointment at a mass vaccination site or find a pharmacy, hospital or local health department near you to make an appointment. They offer tips on how to slow the spread of COVID-19 including watching your distance, washing your hands and wearing your mask. They also have a COVID-19 dashboard to provide updates about the virus as they become available.

The Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MIMA) is working to ensure that critical information is available in multiple languages. View MIMA's latest bi-weekly update here:

Free 30-lb. grocery boxes and 24-lb. produce boxes are available to city youth and families. For sites and schedule see

If you would like to volunteer to aid neighbors impacted by COVID-19 please sign-up with the Abell and Charles Village Mutual Aid team.  You can fill-out the sign-up form by clicking this link. If you have any questions please contact or text/call 732-803-0059

For a full list of COVID-19 testing locations in Baltimore, including hospitals, clinics and pharmacies, or for information on how to schedule an appointment, visit

From LetsBMore:

If you would like to assist with COVID-19 response efforts and help build a mutually supportive network of neighbors helping neighbors, please join LetsBMore, the Baltimore time bank. Please visit to learn how you can help and register for membership. LetsBMore works alongside and supplements the many neighborhood mutual aid networks. Questions? Please contact the LetsBMore team at

or text Emil Volcheck at (443) 791-9910.

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