HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM) 410-500-4710
For information on free or low-cost health insurance, and to get help signing up for health coverage.
HCAM also provides information about emergency medical assistance for immigrants. Undocumented immigrants may qualify for medical coverage for medical emergencies and expenses related to childbirth.
HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM) 410-649-0500
If you are a Baltimore City resident who cannot get a crib on your own, HCAM will deliver and assemble a brand-new portable crib for you. They also provide support when grieving the loss of a child with one-on-one, group, and case management support available for women who have experienced a loss.
Women, Infants & Children Program (WIC) 410-396-9427
WIC provides nutrition support and education for pregnant women and children age 5 and under
Access the WIC Program self-referral form here: https://redcap.baltimorehealth.info/surveys/?s=9R9CKHD3YT
Moms Clubs 410-662-5500
Connect with other parents and learn about each stage of pregnancy at one of several Moms Clubs
Doulas of Baltimore 443-846-0240 https://doulasofbaltimore.com/
A birth companion by your side as you go into labor can help you feel more supported physically and emotionally. Doulas of Baltimore provides birth doula and in-home postpartum doula services, as well as childbirth classes and parenting workshops.
PrEP (and PEP) Maryland 888-788-PREP https://www.prepmaryland.org/
Find healthcare providers who can talk to you about a pill you can take everyday to prevent acquiring HIV. Must be 15 years of age and older and HIV negative to receive a PrEP prescription.
PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis). Get an emergency medicine that can stop HIV infection if taken as soon as possible, but not more than 72 hours after coming in contact (or potential contact) with HIV.
Maryland AIDS Drug Assistance Program (MADAP) 410-767-6535
MADAP ensures that people living with HIV/AIDS in Maryland have access to certain medications they need to help them stay healthy. There is no co-pay at the Pharmacy when using MADAP. However, there may be a monthly participation fee, depending on your income.
Baltimore City Druid Sexual Health Clinic 1515 North Ave. 410-396-0176
Eastern Sexual Health Clinic 1200 E. Fayette St. 410-396-9410
HIV Information www.endhivbaltimore.com
Get information on HIV prevention and treatment resources in Baltimore City
Call 410-949-2354 for services for people experiencing homelessness or who are about to become homeless. Connect to medical care, housing, food, and other needed resources.
Black Mental Health Alliance 410-338-2642 https://blackmentalhealth.com/
Mental wellness support, including finding a therapist and healing racial trauma
Here2Help Hotline 410-433-5175
Are you feeling overwhelmed and not able to cope? The Here2Help Hotline is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Call now to get connected to mental health services, talk to receive confidential advice and emotional support from a supportive listener or have a mental health specialist come to you.
The Pro Bono Counseling Project 410-825-1001 https://probonocounseling.org/
The Pro Bono Counseling Project (PBCP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation founded with the goal of connecting uninsured and under-insured low-income Marylanders with compassionate and qualified mental health professionals who provide care on a volunteer basis at no cost.
Baltimore Needle Exchange Program 410-371-2596 or 410-371-2547
The Needle Exchange Program is an HIV and Hepatitis C prevention program that offers intravenous drug users risk reduction education and clean syringes to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases. The program also provides access to drug treatment. To become a participant of the Needle Exchange Program, call to register. The participant must be an injection drug user. This program is free and confidential. No identification is required for registration.
HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM) 410-433-5175
Treatment for drug or alcohol use. If you are a Baltimore City resident who is insured, underinsured, or have no insurance at all, HCAM can connect you to substance use treatment.
Baltimore City Circuit Court will provide a facilitator to come up with practical solutions to your disagreements that both parties can live with. A fee waivers can be requested. https://www.baltimorecitycourt.org/court-divisions/family/parenting-education-and-mediation-services/
Maryland Legal Aid https://www.mdlab.org/
Maryland Legal Aid (MLA) provides life-changing civil legal assistance to eligible residents in every part of the State. Since 1911, MLA has provided high-quality legal services to low-income, and marginalized individuals and communities--helping them remedy their civil legal issues and become empowered to overcome challenges, achieve stability and independence, and an overall better life.
House of Ruth 410-889-7884 https://hruth.org/
If you are in an abusive relationship, call for crisis intervention, safety planning, and referrals to counseling and legal advice. The House of Ruth is the nation’s leading intimate partner violence centers, helping thousands of battered women and their children find the safety and security that so many of us take for granted.
B’More Fit 443-579-5805 http://bmore-fit-xevg.squarespace.com/
B'more Fit Studio, Inc is a nonprofit company that empowers families with healthy living by providing fitness/dance programs, health and wellness, including nutritional services that foster family and community interaction and preservation. They have programs for low and moderate-income residents, special needs populations, the youth and senior citizens.