Coronavirus (COVID-19): Resources for Baltimore City Parents

Stay at Home order for Maryland went into effect on Monday, March 30 at 8PM. It is important to put distance between your household and other people. By doing this, we are more likely to slow or stop the spread of coronavirus, also called COVID-19, by making sure fewer sick people get in contact with healthy people. Right now, this is the best way to protect yourself, your family, and your community. 

While you're indoors, there are a lot of resources available online and in Baltimore City to help maintain your way of life as much as possible. Here is a list of some of these resources. As more become available, we will continue to update this list, so please visit us often to check out the most up-to-date information, tips, activities, and services. 


For the most up-to-date information regarding Baltimore City services, please visit the Baltimore City's COVID-19 response page.

Status of B'more for Healthy Babies Programming



In-person programming in Upton/Druid Heights and Patterson Park North & East is suspended until further notice


B'more for Healthy Babies Home Visiting Programs

  • Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) home visiting is offering telehealth appointments. Baltimore City residents aged 24 years or under who are newly pregnant (less than 24 weeks gestation) can be referred to and enroll through HealthCareAccess Maryland by calling 410-649-0500.

  • Healthy Families America home visiting programs are using telehealth until further notice


Baltimore Infants & Toddlers Program (BITP) is providing early intervention using telehealth technology (410-396-1666)

Family planning and immunization clinics are closed 


Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

  • Baltimore City WIC

    • Offering TeleWIC services (Monday thru Friday 8:30am-4pm and scheduled Saturdays 9am-1pm)

    • New and existing clients can make an appointment by calling 410-396-9427

  • Johns Hopkins WIC: Appointments will be conducted over the phone until further notice

    • To contact, leave a message at the Eastern Ave Clinic (410- 261-0001) or the main number (410-614-4848)

    • Spanish-speakers, call Yadira Foley at 443-841-0637


Crib deliveries and telephone-based support available in emergency situations to families who qualify through HealthCare Access Maryland: 410-949-2550


For families enrolled in B'more for Healthy Babies Upton/Druid Heights programming, leave a message at 410-281-3729 or email (a team member will contact you as soon as possible). 


For families enrolled in B'more for Healthy Babies Patterson Park North & East programming, please use the following contacts:

  • Información sobre Club de Madres (Information for Spanish-language Moms Club): Call or text María Fernández at 410 558-4812

  • Programa B’more Fit y Grupo de lactancia (B’more Fit and Community Lactation): Call or text Guadalupe Franco Sanabria 443-703-3676 

  • English Programming: Call Cherice Marrow at 443-703-3649

This page updated on April 16, 2020


Sponsored by the

Office of Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young,

Baltimore City Health DepartmentFamily League of Baltimore, and HealthCare Access Maryland


Made possible by generous funding from CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, City of Baltimore, Maryland Department of Health, and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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