Community Resources

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Find Your Chesapeake

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National Park Service in partnership with the Chesapeake Conservancy offers information on parks, wildlife refuges, historic communities, and trails in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Sign up for trips and tips. 

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Find Your Maryland State & Federal Elected Officials

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Enter your address to see who your State and Federal officials are.

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Free Health Care Enrollment Assistance (AAC Dept. of Health)

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Resources from Anne Arundel County Health Department regarding the Health Care Plan Enrollment and the Affordable Care Act. 

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Guía del COVID-19 del Departamento de Salud del Condado de Anne Arundel

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Proporciona información sobre las pruebas y las vacunas del COVID-19, estadísticas, informes, y preguntas frecuentes.

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HealthCare Access Maryland

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A nonprofit organization that assists Maryland residents with enrolling in health insurance through the Maryland Health Connection.

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Historic Annapolis Foundation

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Historic Annapolis Foundation provides information on the history of the city.

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Historic London Town & Gardens

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Information on London Town and Gardens, with additional history of the area. Family four-packs of passes can be borrowed from AACPL.

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Home & Garden Information Center (University of Maryland Extension)

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Maryland-specific info about gardening, insects, plant disease, and invasive species with links to their publications and gardening sites.

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House of Ruth Maryland

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Offers crisis shelter and a 24/7 hotline as a confidential lifeline to domestic violence victims in need. Counselors are trained in crisis intervention, safety planning, counseling, and legal referrals, and pro-active advocacy.

Phone: (410) 889-RUTH (7884)

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Identity Theft Resource Center

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This non-profit organization provides free information and advice (including by phone and chat) to those who may be victims of identity theft.

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Provides free information and advice to those who may be victims of identity theft. Maintained by the Federal Trade Commission. 

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IRS Forms, Instructions, & Publications

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File federal income taxes online, or print the forms from this website.

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Job Accommodation Network

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A free consulting service that offers one-on-one guidance on workplace accommodations, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and related legislation. Assistance is available both over the phone and online.

En español.

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Job Corps

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Free education and training program that helps young people age 16-24 learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. 

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Light House Shelter

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The Light House helps clients experiencing homelessness stabilize their health, maximize income, and secure safe and stable housing. Beyond providing food, clothing, and shelter, the organization also addresses the underlying causes of homelessness, such as lack of marketable job skills, addiction, and the debilitating effects of both mental and physical health issues.

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Lost Towns Project, Inc.

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Provides resources for students and researchers studying history and prehistory of the Chesapeake region.

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Mama & Baby Community Pantry

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The Mama & Baby Pantry is open at Discoveries: The Library at the Mall every Saturday from 10 am until noon. Anyone who needs help getting basic baby and/or women's supplies is welcome.

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Maryland Access Point

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Portal and crisis line to connect Marylanders to available resources. MAP recognizes that our health and access to long term services options are impacted by the conditions in which we live, and aims to engage individuals to define their needs and preferences, and identify options that will work for them.

Phone: 1-844-627-5465

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