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Meal Sites

Recreation Center Food Sites



Baltimore City is providing grab-n-go meals to all Baltimore children and youth (18 and under) Monday-Sunday, March 30-April 26. All sites are listed below by geography and with meal type and time. If you are sick, please call ahead.

Baltimore City Schools Meal Sites

Starting Monday, March 30 through Friday, April 24, Baltimore City is providing grab-n-go meals to all Baltimore children and youth (18 and under) at 18 meal sites. The meals will be available from 10am-2pm and children and adults can each receive 4 meals/person.

City Neighbors Hamilton
5609 Sefton Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21214

Maree G. Farring Elementary/Middle School
300 Pontiac Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21225

Holabird Elementary/Middle School
1500 Imla Street
Baltimore, MD 21224

Lakeland Elementary/Middle School
2921 Stranden Road
Baltimore, MD 21230

Pimlico Elementary/Middle School
4849 Pimlico Road
Baltimore, MD 21215

Gwynns Falls Elementary School
2700 Gwynns Falls Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21216

Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School
1400 W Lexington Street
Baltimore, MD 21223

Sandtown-Winchester Achievement Academy
701 Gold Street
Baltimore, MD 21217

Dorothy I. Height Elementary School
2011 Linden Avenue 21217

Alexander Hamilton Elementary School
800 Poplar Grove Street
Baltimore, MD 21216

The Historic Cherry Hill Elementary/Middle School
801 Bridgeview Road
Baltimore, MD 21225

Yorkwood Elementary School
5931 Yorkwood Road
Baltimore, MD 21239

John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School
701 Rappolla Street
Baltimore, MD 21224

Matthew A. Henson Elementary School
1600 N Payson Street
Baltimore, MD 21217

Arlington Elementary School
3705 W Rogers Ave
Baltimore, MD 21215

Beechfield Elementary/Middle School
301 S Beechfield Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21229

Sinclair Lane Elementary School
3880 Sinclair Lane
Baltimore, MD 21213

Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
1400 Orleans Street
Baltimore, MD 21231

Info about COVID-19  

Please visit the following Websites and social media platforms for more information about the virus and preventative measures.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:


Maryland Department of Health:


Baltimore City Health Department:

Twitter: @BMore_Healthy


Baltimore City Public Schools

Twitter: @BaltCitySchools

Johns Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center
Obtain basics about COVID-19, outbreak statistics, and information from health experts.

INfo Covid 19

Primary Care Clinics for the Uninsured

  • Please call prior to visiting. Most places offer a sliding scale and will require an ID and proof of income.

1) Baltimore Medical System


Orleans Square Location

2323 E. Orleans St. 21224



St. Agnes

900 S. Caton Ave 21229



Belair Edison

3120 Erdman Ave 21213




3700 Fleet St, Ste 200 21224



Pine Heights

1001 Pine Heights Ave, Suite 100





1245 Eastern Boulevard 21221


2) Chase Brexton

1111 N. Charles St 21201


After hours- 410-837-2050

3) Family Health Center Baltimore

Family Health Centers of Baltimore

631 Cherry Hill Rd 21225

410- 354-2000


Family Health Centers of Baltimore

& Brooklyn

3540 S Hanover St



4) HealthCare for the Homeless

421 Fallsway Rd 21202



2000 W. Baltimore Suite 247


5) Parkwest Health System

3319 West Belvedere Avenue,




Men and Family Health – Park


4151 Park Heights Avenue 21215



Reisterstown Road Plaza

4120 Patterson Avenue 21215


6) Total HealthCare

**410-383-8300** for all sites


Kirk Health Center

2400 Kirk Ave 21218


Men’s Health Center

1515 W. North Avenue 21217


Mondawmin Mall Health Center

2401 Liberty Heights Ave, 111-113



Open Gates Health Center

1111 Washington Blvd 21230


Westside Health Center

2449 W. Frederick Ave 21223

Division Health Center

1501 Division St 21217

Additional Resources for Uninsured


Shepherd’s Clinic

2800 Kirk Ave. 21218

Call 410-467-7140 ext 3

Serves the following zipcodes: 21211, 21212, 21213, 21214, 21215, 21218, 21234, 21239, and 21206


Esperanza Center

1728 Bank Street, Baltimore, MD 21231



Centro Sol

5200 Eastern Ave

Mason F. Lord Building, Suite 4200


health Clinic Info

Student and Internet Resources

Additional At-Home & FREE Educational Websites: 

At-Home ART Online Resources


Are you looking for creative activities to do at home? Do you want to stay connected to your friends and teachers at Access Art during social distancing?


You're in luck! Access Art staff is curating art and creativity content specially for YOU, our youth and families. We will continue to add content for each age level on a regular basis.




Though we are physically apart, we will stay creatively connected. Don't forget to keep checking this site to see what content we have might even learn new skills from your favorite Access Art teachers! 


And, if you complete an art activity while you're at home, send us a picture or tag us on social media. We'd love to see what you've created. 

Instagram: @accessartbaltimore 

Facebook: Access Art

Use our hashtag: #accessartconnects


Comcast Internet Essentials to Support Americans Through Coronavirus Pandemic 


  • Comcast is offering free Xfinity WiFi hotspots to anyone who needs them, including non-subscribers, for the next 60 days. Directions and a map of the hotspots are available at

  • Baltimore City Schools is excited to partner with Comcast to bring the power of high speed internet service to students, families, and staff through the Internet Essentials program. Comcast is currently offering 2 months of free internet service to eligible Internet Essentials program participants. Any family with a child attending City Schools is eligible to apply to the Internet Essentials program through Comcast since the district provides free breakfast and lunch to all students. Staff may also apply for Internet Essentials if they are a parent of a City Schools student or fall within another qualifying group. Check here to see if you qualify

    Once enrolled in the program, participants can take advantage of special computer training and can even purchase a laptop or desktop computer at a super reduced rate while supplies last. To be eligible for the 2-month free promotion, you must apply by April 30, 2020. After the promotional period, the standard Internet Essentials rate of $9.95 + tax would apply. Program participants must opt out of the program to not be charged the fee after the promotional period ends. Apply today online (preferred) or by phone at 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376).

Internet student info
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