BARCLAY NEIGHBORHOOD

BALTIMORE, MD

 

ABOUT BARCLAY...

The historic row homes of the Barclay, Midway, and Old Goucher neighborhoods were built in the late 1800s for middle-class residents. In the 1960s, after decades of progress, the neighborhoods began a steady social and physical decline due to the loss of manufacturing jobs in Baltimore and urban flight. By the early 2000s, this led to significant neighborhood vacancies.

In 2004, determined residents initiated what became a four-phase, ten-year plan to revitalize the neighborhood. A host of stakeholders are involved in the project, which attracted $110 million in investments and garnered citywide attention.

As of mid-2015, two of the four redevelopment phases have been completed, and new and previous tenants alike have moved in. These families, along with existing residents, have developed a core of community members dedicated to the revitalization of their community. The crucial and timely combination of physical and social redevelopment has led the Barclay, Midway, and Old Goucher neighborhoods into a process of community transformation, and in 2015, it stands in contrast to Baltimore’s other redeveloped areas as a safe, diverse, family-oriented place to live.

 

BARCLAY
LOCAL COVID-19 RESOURCES

STAY INFORMED. STAY CONNECTED. STAY HEALTHY.

 

COMMUNITY SURVEY

Sharing your experience can help us locate resources, especially where they are most needed.

COVID-19 has challenged all of us. Our resident’s health and safety are vital for ensuring we all thrive during these tough times. Neighborhood Partners is conducting an online survey to learn how families are coping through the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click the link to begin this survey or call your Resident Coordinator, they can fill it out over the phone.

Click here to take the survey.

RESIDENT COORDINATORS

Contact your Resident Services Team.

Mr. Tarahn Harris

Resident Services Coordinator

tharris@c-t-associates.com

(410) 554-9995

STAY CONNECTED, STAY INFORMED

Stay connected. Follow your housing community, city, state, and federal on their official websites and social media.

BALTIMORE

Links to important city resources during the outbreak.


Dial 211/ Greater Baltimore area

Resources for health and human service

1-800-492-0618


Baltimore City Health Department

More information about COVID-19 https://health.baltimorecity.gov/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov

410-396-4398


Link to City Resources During COVID-19

https://coronavirus.baltimorecity.gov/

NATIONAL RESOURCES

For the latest information and resources about national and state benefits including SNAP, WIC, CHIP, Unemployment Benefits, Taxes, and Healthcare.

HEALTH & SAFETY

Resources for health and mental health during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Baltimore City Maryland Access Point

Serves as the entry point for obtaining information, referrals and options counseling for seniors, adults with disabilities, their families, caregivers and professionals during COVID-19.

www.marylandaccesspoint.info

410-396-CARE

410-396-2273 


Mental Health

Empowering Minds Resources Centre

Offers community-based care for a multitude of mental health needs during COVID-19 www.emrcgroup.org

410-625-5088


National Alliance of Mental Illness

Tools and resources for dealing with stress and other mental health issues caused by the COVID-19 crisis.

https://www.nami.org/covid-19-guide

800-111-1111

MEALS, GROCERIES & HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS

Local services and support for families and individuals.


Parts of Peace

Hygiene Kit Drop Off

www.partsofpeace.org

info@partsofpeace.org

443-228-8859


Harbel Community Association

Provides Fresh Produce to community members weekly.

http://www.harbel.org/

(410) 444-2100


Elev8 Baltimore

Free Groceries/Grocery Delivery

https://www.elev8baltimore.org/

(410) 381-7171


Greenmount Recreation Center

Provides daily meals Mon-Fri 12pm-6pm call for weekend hours

(410) 396-6708


Cecil Kirk Recreation Center

Provides daily meals Mon-Fri Provides daily meals Mon-Fri 12pm-6pm call for weekend hours (410) 396-6750


SNAP Benefits

https://mydhrbenefits.dhr.state.md.us

866-821-5552


Maryland Access Point

Providing resources and information about local grocery delivery in your community.

https://aging.maryland.gov/Pages/maryland-access-point.aspx

410-396-2273


My Groceries to go (Maryland Food Bank)

This program is through Maryland Food Bank for residents 60 and above. 

Each resident will receive a box of food on a monthly basis

www.mdfoodbank.org

443-297-5175


Meals on Wheels

ls an organization that provides two nutritious meals daily, up to five days a week.

www.mealsonwheelsmd.org

443-573-0942


Franciscan center

Gives immediate response and relief to the emergency needs of disenfranchised people and help them resolve the conditions that placed them at risk.

www.fcbmore.org

410-467-5340


Manna House

Serves the homeless and poor in Baltimore city, such as: case management, housing assistance, clothing, job assistance, transportation assistance, referrals for proper mental health/substance/abuse and primary health care.

www.mannahouseinc.org

410-889-3001

FOR SENIORS

Information and resources for health, meals, groceries, and other support near you.


Baltimore City Maryland Access Point

Serves as the entry point for obtaining information, referrals and options counseling for seniors, adults with disabilities, their families, caregivers and professionals during COVID-19.

www.marylandaccesspoint.info

410-396-CARE

410-396-2273 


Senior Call Check during COVID-19

This free program is intended to provide peace of mind to those home alone. Residents will be put on a call list for receiving regular wellness calls.

www.aging.maryland.gov

1-866-502-0560


Laundry Pick up and drop off.

Offering free laundry services to seniors over 70

www.laundrycity24.com

410-941-0041


My Groceries to go (Maryland Food Bank)

This program is through Maryland Food Bank for residents 60 and above. 

Each resident will receive a box of food on a monthly basis

www.mdfoodbank.org

443-297-5175

FINANCIAL SUPPORT, JOB LOSS & EMPLOYMENT

Finding financial assistance.

Fair Housing and Development

Resources and support surrounding housing issues or challenges during Covid19

443-402-6223


Maryland Department of Labor

Employment opportunities in Maryland during COVID-19 https://www.dllr.state.md.us/employment


Maryland Unemployment

How to file for unemployment https://www.dllr.state.md.us/employment/unemployment.shtml

410-949-0022


Maryland New Directions 

Providing job placement and training via phone

https://mdnewdirections.org/

410-230-0630


Npower

Providing job placement and training via phone

www.npower.org

(443) 863-7252


How to obtain unemployment benefits in DC, MD, VA

https://dcist.com/story/20/03/19/how-to-get-unemployment-and-other-benefits-in-d-c-virginia-and-maryland/


Veterans Unemployment Relief

Service-connected veterans that have lost employment as a direct result of the coronavirus are eligible. This includes veterans that are self-employed as contractors or small business owners. https://thedav.wufoo.com/forms/q1078og50y99123/?utm_source=Q4Email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Q4EM2&s_src=Q4EM2&s_subsrc=text1


U.S. Bartenders Guild National Charity

For bartenders, barbacks and servers

https://www.usbgfoundation.org/beap

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