Resources

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Pantry and Resource List

Complete list of food, baby, and senior pantries and soup kitchens supported by the Anne Arundel County Food Bank.
 

 

Lista de Despensa Alimentos Y Recursos

Lista completa de despensas y comedores comunitarios de alimentos, bebés y personas mayores respaldados por el Banco de Alimentos del Condado de Anne Arundel.
 

Sign-Up for Food Recalls

Sign up for free notification of recalls from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the FDA and the U.S. Dept of Agriculture.

 

Understanding Expiration Dates

When you have canned goods and food items in your house that have expiration dates on them, it doesn’t mean you have to throw them out immediately.

Anne Arundel County
Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Find Help Feature

Search in your area for free and reduced cost services, like medical, food, housing, and more.
 

COUNTY FOOD ACCESS
WARM LINE

Anne Arundel County’s Food Access Warm Line connects people looking for food with multiple resources. Call 410-222-FOOD(3663) or email senior_nutrition@aacounty.org. TTY users can call 7-1-1.

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COUNTY NUTRITION
PROGRAMS

The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities has multiple nutritional programs for seniors.

 

  • Home-Delivered Meal Program: Meals are delivered by volunteers. Special diets can be accommodated. Call 410-222-4257 for more information
  • Congregate Meal Program: This program serves hot meals for seniors in a group setting, such as a senior center, senior housing, and community seniors. Call 410-222-0256 for more information.
  • Shop ’N Eat Program: This program provides seniors an opportunity to purchase subsidized grocery cash cards and learn about various nutrition education topics to develop healthy eating habits. – Can apply online or in person at any county senior center.
  • Senior Farmers Market Coupon Program: Coupons are provided to low-income seniors for use at authorized farmers’ markets and authorized farmers. Call 410-222-4464 for more information.

Learn more about these programs on the Department of Aging and Disabilities website.

HOUSING RESOURCE
PORTAL

Anne Arundel County government, local partners, and private community-based organizations offer a broad range of housing-related resources to County residents. This portal allows residents to search for programs and resources that serve their needs. 

 

SUMMER EBT
PROGRAM

The USDA has launched Summer EBT, a new program available in 37 states (including Maryland), all five U.S. territories, and two Tribes. The program will provide grocery benefits to low-income families with school-aged children during the summer months when school is out. Eligible families in participating states will receive $120 per eligible school-aged child to purchase groceries.
 

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