The COVID-19 (also known as the coronavirus) pandemic has shaken the lives of Marylanders in many ways. You may be concerned about your health, income, or home. We’ve compiled answers to some frequently asked questions in the links below. While the PJC’s office is closed, we are still working. If you are seeking legal assistance or advice, please contact us by phone at (410) 625-9409.
Have questions about sick leave, unemployment insurance, or other issues relating to workers’ rights during this crisis? Check out these resources.
Get answers to questions about tenants’ rights, utilities, evictions, and other housing issues.
Information about accessing healthcare
For more information about COVID-19, please visit:
Information on free legal help, changes in court procedures, housing, utilities and other essential services, unemployment, immigration, and domestic violence.
Toolkit from the office of the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi about benefits and protections available to help individuals and communities deal with the pandemic.
Information about eligibility for SNAP benefits, from Maryland Hunger Solutions