Here's what we know
- COVID cases are on the rise. Find the latest Health Department updates on COVID cases, deaths and vaccinations here.
- Baltimore City requires masks indoors for everyone when in businesses and public buildings. See which activities are changed here. See which activities are changed here.
- The Lord Baltimore Hotel (known as the TRI Center) provides rooms for individuals and families who cannot safely quarantine in their homes, as well as to those experiencing homelessness. Flyers in English | Spanish
- Call 443-984-8915 for information.
- Across the state:
- See testing locations here.
- See statewide vaccine eligibility and locations here.
- All Marylanders must wear face coverings in health care settings.
What we're doing to protect clients and staff
- We are currently encouraging telehealth visits when possible to reduce exposure to Omicron, but all clinics are open for care in-person. See our hours and locations.
COVID vaccines and boosters (5,000 fully vaccinated and counting):
For clients who are 12+:
Monday - Friday, 8:30-11 a.m.
By appointment or walk-in
J&J or Moderna; Pfizer for ages 12-18
COVID screening and testing:
- Given high demand, COVID testing is available for symptomatic clients only. 421 Fallsway from 8:30-11:30 am, M-F.
- Symptom checks upon entry
- Screening hotline specifically to support shelter staff. Our medical providers and community health workers are staffing a hotline accessible by the operators of Baltimore City's and Baltimore County's largest shelters. They provide guidance for COVID-19 screens and trigger city transport to partner hospitals for testing and isolation.
- Reduced in-person contact:
- Non-clinical staff are teleworking
- Plexiglass barriers at registration desks
- One-way clinic flow
You Can Help
Just as you look to your doctors for answers during this crisis, thousands of our neighbors are turning to us. Your gift helps protect the lives of people without homes.
Resources & FAQs
Visit the sites below for useful resources, more statistics and FAQs:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Health Care for the Homeless Council
We update this page as needed. Check back often!