"The aftermath of 13 looted pharmacies goes well beyond boarded windows and doors. Many throughout Baltimore depend on the stores for the medication."
The Health Department is leading efforts with the city’s 311 system to ensure prescription medicine is available to residents impacted by civil unrest.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen work to ensure uninterrupted access to health care.
Coordinated efforts across multiple agencies and private organizations to address trauma.
The Mayor's Office of Employment Development (MOED) would like to thank the following 55 companies that have already signed on to hire young people this summer through Hire One Youth.
"From the outset of our investigation, I have repeatedly affirmed my support for an outside review into the death of Freddie Gray. Whenever a…
“I want to thank Deputy Commissioner Jeronimo 'Jerry' Rodriguez for his dedicated service to the people of Baltimore City. A truly exceptional…
Enrollment tops 23,000, while usage already surpasses 1,000.
The Baltimore City Health Department launched a new social media campaign #BmoreHealthySelfie Tuesday…
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake offers a holiday greeting to those in Baltimore who will be celebrating Passover.