ANNAPOLIS, Md. - When it comes to staying safe in the extreme heat, each government jurisdiction in Maryland has resources for you to use. From cooling centers to emergency numbers to imporant information, those resources are listed below to help you stay safe during extreme heat during the summer.
Maryland Department of Emergency Management: www.mema.state.md.us
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Heat Illness Information: www.dhmh.maryland.gov/diseases/heatrelated.html
Phone: 301-759-5000, Call 911 in case of emergency
Anne Arundel County
Phone: 410-222-0600 - Anne Arundel County Office of Emergency Management
Phone: 410-216-9167 - City of Annapolis Office of Emergency Management
Phone: Call 311
Phone: 410-887-2594 - Dept. of Aging Senior Center Information and Assistance
Phone: 410-535-1600, ext. 2638 - Calvert County Division of Emergency Management
Or, 410-535-3491 (Non-emergency number)
Phone: 410-479-8030, Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 410-386-3600 - Carroll County Citizen Services
Phone: 410-876-4972 - Carroll County Health Department
Phone: 410-996-5550, Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 301-609-3599, Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 410-228-3223; Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 301-600-1029, 301-600-4786 (Health situation info only), Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 301-334-7777, Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 420-313-5980, 410-313-6300 – Main Number
Phone: 410-778-1350, Call 911 in case of emergency
Prince George’s County
Phone: 301-265-8450 - Family Services Administration on Aging
St. Mary's County
Management, Call 911 in case of emergency
Queen Anne’s County
Phone: 410-758-0848 - Queen Anne’s County Department of Aging
Phone: 443-523-1700, Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 410-819-5600, Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 240-313-4394 (daytime); 240-313-2910 (after hours), Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 410-749-1244, Call 911 in case of emergency
Phone: 410-632-1100, Call 911 in case of emergency
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