211 Maryland on 98Rock

211 Maryland president and CEO, Quinton Askew, talks with 98Rock about summer meal programs for children and other ways the nonprofit can support the community’s needs.

Get Connected. Get Help

“By calling us at 2-1-1 we can help them identify where these programs are through the summer food program,” Askew said.

You can reach 2-1-1 any time of day by dialing 2-1-1 to get connected with essential resources.

[Editor’s Note: In this interview, there is a discussion about urgent mental health needs. If you need to talk, call or text 988. This is the new Suicide & Crisis Lifeline in Maryland.]

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