Who can I talk to about my needs?
If you need someone to talk to and help answer questions, call Maryland Access Point (MAP) at 410-396-2273 (CARE) or email at MAP.BCHD@baltimorecity.gov
Where can I buy groceries at stores with less crowds?
GIANT – 60+ and individuals with critical health issues other than the Coronavirus will have an hour to shop from 6:00 am to 7:00 am
Dollar General – stores have dedicated the first hour of each day to seniors looking to shop without large crowds
Target – Seniors and people with health issues are allowed to shop an hour before the stores open on Wednesday mornings
Whole Foods – Serve customers 60+ an hour before opening for the general public
Safeway – Reserving stores from 6:00 am – 9:00 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays for customers who need to shop away from crowds
What grocery stores will deliver to my home?
GIANT – PeaPod, 1800-573-2763
Eddie’s Roland Park – 410-889-1558
Chesapeake Farm to Table – 443-841-2327
Where can I get prepared meals?
If you are a current participant at a senior center or congregate meal site, call your center to reserve a boxed meal that will be available for pick up. If you are not a participant, call the Maryland Food Bank at (410) 737-8282 or visit www.FoodPantries.org.
Where can I get delivered meals?
Meals on Wheels – 410-558-0827
Moveable Feast – 410-327-3420
What food resources are available in the community?
How can I get my prescription medications?
The following pharmacies will deliver:
South Baltimore Pharmacy – 410-355-8500
Northern Pharmacy – 410-254-2055
Austin Pharmacy – 410-773-0300