If you are struggling to pay rent or have rent-related legal questions, these resources are available:
Maryland Legal Aid
Public Justice Center
The Homeowners' Property Tax Credit program is now available to qualified Maryland homeowners who meet specific requirements.
To find out if you're eligible, call 443-961-6220, or click the box below for more information.
Stress is the body’s physical, mental, or emotional response to stimuli. It is a normal part of life that could be a response to changes in one’s life or environment. Some short term stress can be life-saving (i.e. getting out of a danger), but many of us live in a near constant state of stress. Unlike short term stress which can be protective, constant or chronic stress can be harmful. Research has linked chronic stress with high blood pressure, clogged arteries, obesity, poor sleep, and brain changes linked to anxiety, depression, and addiction.
In an effort to encourage a healthy community, the Loch Raven Improvement Association will be starting a “Stress Less” Challenge. Participants who engage in 15+ minutes of stress lowering activities (laughing, meditating, exercise, etc.), 4+ days per week for 3+ weeks will be entered to win a prize pack!
If you are interested in participating or would like more details, please text Dena at 443-267-8380.
The Health Commissioner declares a Code Blue Alert during periods of extreme periods of extreme cold weather. Code Blue is a multi-agency effort to reduce hypothermia deaths during the winter months by protecting our City’s homeless, seniors and other vulnerable populations. Individuals may call 311 to report specific concerns about vulnerable neighbors during Code Blue Alerts. Call 911 to report a cold-related emergency.