The Library has put together a list of online resources to assist our community in learning the facts about the Coronavirus, COVID-19. This information will be updated on a regular basis as more information becomes available.
Harford County will begin accepting applications from local organizations for (3) COVID-relief grant programs.
The NEW Nonprofit Relief Grant program- applications accepted beginning at 8 am on 4/28 through 5 pm on 6/4. Find details and application here
The State Restaurant Assistance Grant - Round 3 applications accepted beginning at 8 am on 4/14 through 5 pm on 4/28. Find details and application here
The Hotel Relief Grant - Round 2- applications accepted beginning at 8 am on 4/21 through 5 pm on 5/5. Find details and application here
On May 14, 2021 Governor Hogan held a press conference regarding major steps in the COVID-19 response.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman along with the Harford County Health Department, Harford County Public Schools, Harford County Sheriff’s Department, and Harford County Department of Emergency Services held a press conference March 9, 2020 providing an update on the Coronavirus in Harford.
The mental health effects of COVID-19 are as essential to address as are the physical health effects. To aid individuals and communities during this time, MHA has compiled a range of resources and information. Learn more here.
Klein Harford Crisis Center
The Klein Harford Crisis Center is a mental health resource for people to call if they, or someone they know, are having difficulty in dealing with the current COVID-19 pandemic
Maryland Health Connection
If you currently do not have health insurance, you may be eligible to apply now. Please contact Seedco at 866-492-6057 to speak with a Navigator, Monday through Friday 9 am -4 pm. You can also visit MarylandHealthConnection.gov for resources and information.
Call Maryland 211 if you wish to talk with someone regarding the Coronavirus. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in more than 180 languages. Accessible for the deaf and hard of hearing through Maryland Relay (dial 711).