COVID-19 Community Resources

Community Resources

The health and safety of our community is of the utmost importance. We are taking every measure necessary to protect the health of our residents and to keep the Town of Bel Air safe and secure. 

This page is designed to help our community respond to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and to make our citizens aware of available resources which you will find listed below.   

By working together and following recommendations set forth by the Governor, our goal is to get through this pandemic with the least possible impact to our citizens, businesses and our Town. 

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Office of Governor Larry Hogan

Maryland Strong Roadmap to Recovery

Maryland’s COVID-19 A-Z Resource Guide

Maryland COVID-19 Rumor Control

Maryland COVID Alert Contact Tracing App - NEW!!

Maryland Department of Health

Harford County Health Department

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

University of Maryland Medical System

Maryland Emergency Management Agency

Maryland Department of Labor - Division of Unemployment Insurance

Harford County COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program

The Residential COVID Water and Sewer Emergency Assistance Program provides financial assistance with water and sewer bills to Harford County residents who have experienced a financial loss due to the COVID 19 pandemic.  Applications due by December 4, 2020. 

Having trouble filing for unemployment? To help Maryland’s new and existing claimants access the new BEACON One-Stop, a Username and Password Handbook has been created.

Access a video tutorial on filing your weekly certification with Maryland Unemployment Insurance.

Check the Status of Your Economic Impact Payment

The Susquehanna Workforce Network provides workforce development programs and services for businesses and individuals.  A listing of current job openings in Harford and Cecil Counties along with resources for businesses and job seekers can be found in the What’s New section of their website. You can contact SWN and use their available services for assistance if you have experienced a job loss related to COVID-19. 

An Apple COVID-19 Screening Tool is available to help users understand their risk for contracting COVID-19. Users can take the questionnaire online or by downloading the app. If you are exhibiting respiratory symptoms or feel you may have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your healthcare provider.

Senior citizens who need help should call Harford County Office on Aging from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at 410-638-3025.

The Maryland Senior Call Check program is a great resource for citizens 65 and older during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Senior Call Check phone lines are open M-F 8 am-5 pm and Saturday 9 am-3 pm.  During these hours, seniors can call toll-free 1-866-50-CHECK (1-866-502-0560) and register.  Following registration a daily call in will be provided to verify well-being at a time that is convenient for you. Messages and updates regarding the COVID-19 outbreak will also be provided through the Call Check program.

If you need food assistance, visit Healthy Harford’s website,

If you or someone you know is in crisis, The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center provides 24/7 care for mental health and addiction issues. Call the hotline 1-800-NEXT-STEP or go to