Community Resources

December 23, 2022

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AA County Partnership Warm Line

The Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families is now accepting calls for resources or basic needs assistance through its Warm Line at 1-800-485-0041. Residents may call the Warm Line with all basic needs, including housing, food security, resources for parents, family navigation, and more.

Students and Tutors Access The Baltimore Banner Using Your Library Card

Anne Arundel County Public Library card holders can now read The Baltimore Banner, a nonprofit news website launched earlier this year that covers the Baltimore region. Visit AACPL’s website to sign in using your library card number.

AACLC’s Online Literacy Library

The Literacy Council offers an extensive list of online resources on our website under the “Volunteers” drop-down tab at the top of each page. Check out Literacy Library: Tutor Tools & Resources for comprehension, phonics, spelling, grammar, math, diploma prep, ESL, and other resources. If you have found something useful in your tutoring experience, please pass it on to us so that we can share it on this webpage.

211 Maryland

Help is a call or text away.
For anyone facing difficulties, dialing 2-1-1 connects callers with trained health and human services personnel who provide guidance and help with a range of needs from utility assistance to legal guidance to mental health help.
211 help is available in more than 100 languages. Please see to know all that the service offers. Calls are confidential, and there is a texting option as well.

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