While the Hampden Family Center is closed until further notice, we are committed to our community and our participants’s health and well-being. You are our first priority and it is our mission to continue providing resources for all who live, learn and work in the community. We are currently working remotely and have access to email and voicemail. Please reach out to us individually or via the website. No issue or question is too small.
If you need assistance during this time of “social distancing,” please access the resources on our website for additional programs and services available. There are several groups who can help with grocery shopping, medications etc., and health care professionals who are ready to answer your questions.
The Center’s work in the community will be more critical than ever during this time. While no one yet knows how this will develop in the months ahead, we do know that our most vulnerable population is relying on the Center for resources and support.
We will get through this together.
Hampden Family Center Staff & Board of Directors
Stay In Touch
Call 410-467-8710 and you will be forwarded to the staff member you are trying to reach.
Do you need support while staying at home?
Hampden’s COVID-19 Response Team is made up of your neighbors who would like to help you stay well. If you need assistance with grocery shopping, medications, dog walking or any other errands, please fill out the forms at the links below. If you know a neighbor or an older adult without access to the internet, please assist them in completing these forms.
Food Distribution Sites
For school-aged children, city school sites will provide breakfast and lunch from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Recreation Centers will provide snacks 2-3 p.m. and dinner 5-7 p.m. Meals are grab-n-go. Find a site here.
Food distribution will continue during the first four Wednesdays from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Hampden United Methodist Church (3449 Falls Road) until further notice.
For more distribution sites and updates, please visit Maryland Food Bank. If you would like to join in this effort, you can donate toward a Back Up Box, containing 30 pounds of shelf-stable, nutritious foods, or sign up for a volunteer shift at mdfoodbank.org/volunteer.
For adults who need to apply for SNAP/Food Stamps or other benefits, please contact Ashley Wilkes at the Hampden Family Center (410-467-8710 or firstname.lastname@example.org). The Department of Human Services (DHS) is still accepting benefit applications online, but their offices are closed until further notice.
Redeterminations: If your Food Stamp benefits were going to expire in March, April or May, your certification period has now been extended by six months. Your benefits will continue for six months.
DHS also extended the redetermination requirements for those Marylanders receiving cash benefits, such as Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) and Temporary Disability Assistance (TDAP), for an additional six months.
Click here to learn more. Or, call the DHS Call Center at 1-800-332-6347 from 8:30am – 5pm, Monday – Friday.
Replacement EBT cards: Call 1-800-997-2222 to order a new card.
Medical Assistance: Maryland Health Connection has opened a special enrollment period for uninsured Marylanders through April 15. You can apply online or call Ashley for assistance.
Talk to a Healthcare Professional
Maryland Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline: 410-601-2222
MedStar eVisit allows you to video chat with a medical provider through your smartphone, tablet or computer. Visit medstarhealth.org/medstar-health-evisit
Testing Sites & Information
If you think you have been exposed to COVID‑19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.
MedStar PromptCare (walk-ins)
1420 Key Hwy
Baltimore, MD 21230
Lifebridge (Sinai Hospital Drive-thru)
2401 W Belvedere Ave
Baltimore, MD 21215
Mercy Medical Center
345 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202
Maryland Department of Health (for full list of testing sites)