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We Connect Maryland So It Can Thrive

Our 501(c)(3) nonprofit responded immediately to the growing challenges of COVID-19. 211 Maryland continues to support state and local agencies and individuals. We inform, connect and advocate for individuals.

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Maryland’s COVID-19 Connector

Connections nearly doubled when Governor Hogan directed Marylanders to call 211 Maryland for COVID-19 related support. Resource specialists link Marylanders to vaccine and testing sites, and support other pandemic related needs.

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Bilingual COVID-19 Push-Alerts

More than 20,000 English and Spanish-speaking Marylanders receive text messages with COVID-19 alerts, and on-demand, zip-code specific testing information.

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Free Food Delivery

Utilizing our vast network of partners, we arrange for grocery and meal delivery to Marylanders needing food assistance through Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD), United Parcel Service (UPS) and Salvation Army.

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Senior Support and Assistance

In partnership with the Maryland Department of Aging (MDoA), 211 Maryland links seniors with The Caregiver Services Corp for temporary, urgent assistance with everyday tasks.

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211 Maryland and RALI “Stop the Stigma” opioid education campaign reignites statewide

Through the education campaign, RALI Maryland is offering free prescription medication disposal bags to promote safe disposal of drugs.

“Stop The Stigma” Opioid Education Campaign

211 Maryland and RALI Maryland reignite the statewide “Stop the Stigma” campaign to support those with opioid addiction. More than

To reach underserved communities, start with the telephone

Racial and digital equity are common threads in the current health crisis the world is experiencing. The National Digital Inclusion

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