We know these are trying times, for our Volunteers, our youth, families and service providers.  Here are several resources that may help (new ones added at the bottom frequently):

  1. Working From Home
  2. Keeping Youth Occupied and Happy
  3. Talking to Kids about COVID-19
  4. Virtual Travel
  5. Message from National CASA
  6. Best Video Chat Options
  7. Coronavirus in MD – what we need to know
  8. Baltimore County Government COVID-19 news
  9. Kennedy Krieger Taking Care of Yourself, Family, Youth
  10. Balt Co Drive-and-Go Groceries for Food Insecure Families
  11. In The Rooms a Global Recovery Community
  12. In The Rooms COVID-19 Resources
  13. United Way MD Helpline
  14. BCPS Meal help for students
  15. Baltimore County Student Support Network
  16. Resources during COVID-19 for Victims of Crime
  17. BCPL Trusted Coronavirus Resources
  18. Baltimore County Public Library
  19. Kanopy   Stream thousands of movies just with a library card!
  20. Healthy Meals for Families of Baltimore City students   Chef José Andrés’ charity World Central Kitchen to help feed Baltimore families starting 4/22/20
  21. Social Services FAQs
  22. Relief for Residents and FamiliesPROHIBITION ON UTILITY SHUTOFFS: Governor Hogan has issued an emergency order that prohibits electric, gas, water, sewage, phone, cable TV, and internet service provider companies from shutting off any residential customer’s service, or charging any residential late fees. Read the governor’s emergency order.PROHIBITION ON EVICTIONS: Governor Hogan has issued an emergency order that prohibits Maryland courts from ordering the eviction of any tenant who can show that their failure to pay rent was the result of COVID-19—for example, because of lost or reduced unemployment, or needing to care for a school-aged child—or because they are diagnosed with, or under investigation for, COVID-19. Read the governor’s emergency order.EXPANSION OF AVAILABLE SCHOOL MEALS: State Superintendent of Schools Karen Salmon announced that the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) applied for a federal waiver and beginning today, has the capability to provide three meals a day, and a snack, to students impacted by the statewide closure of schools. MSDE has 138 meal distribution centers across the state, which can be found at mdsummerschools.org