We support our neighbors when they need it most.

The Community Crisis Center, Inc. (CCC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) human service organization. Our mission is to address hunger and hardship in our community by providing our clients with emergency food and essentials, rebuilding hope and self-reliance.

Please see below for our current operating procedures during the pandemic. Our food and clothing services are available to all during this time.

COVID-19 Services

Due to the COVID- 19 Pandemic, the Community Crisis Center, Inc. is offering contactless drive-thru emergency food pick up open to anyone regardless of where they live.

Drive Thru
Emergency Food Only 

Monday: 5 PM to 7 PM
Saturday: 9 AM to 11 AM 

Distribución de Alimentos
en la Entrada

Lunes 5 PM a 7 PM
Sábado: 9 AM a 11 AM

Starting on Saturday, October 1st, 2022, households will only be able to receive our food once every seven days.

A partir del sábado 1 de octubre de 2022, los hogares solo podrán recibir nuestros alimentos una vez cada siete días.

Начиная с субботы, 1 Октября 2022, семьи смогут получать наши продукты питания один раз в семь дней.

Click here for more information about this change.

Please have your ID ready when you pull into the driveway and wear a mask. The safety of our donors, clients, volunteers, and staff is very important to us.

Walk-up clients are welcome and will be directed a safe area to the side of the driveway.  The building is not open to the public.

Due to our COVID Driveway Food Distribution model, the CCC will need to close during times of inclement weather and extreme temperatures. Please call ahead to verify we are open during inclement weather and extreme temperatures and follow us on social media for the most up to date closing notifications.

Debido a nuestro modelo de distribución de COVID Driveway, el CCC tendrá que cerrar en tiempos de inclemencias meteorológicas y temperaturas extremas.

Por favor de llamar para verificar que estamos abiertos durante las temperaturas extremas y síguenos en las redes sociales para obtener la información más actualizada.

Deliveries of Emergency Food are available to the 21136, 21117, and 21071 zip codes only. Email info@communitycrisiscenterinc.org or call 410-526-7111 at least 48 hours (2 full calendar days)  in advance to request delivery. 

Anyone unable to wear a face covering due to medical condition or disability must request delivery.

 Para las personas que no pueden usar máscaras por razones  medicas, deben de pedir entrega a domicilio, por favor the llamar a 410-526-7111 para pedir entrega.

If you need clothing, please fill out our Clothing Request Form here- https://airtable.com/shrexHrdgxYRxz3sN. Allow 10 days processing time to complete your request. Please only submit one clothing request form per household per month.  

We are currently not accepting applications for eviction prevention or utility assistance. 

Call 211 or visit 211md.org for services that remain open. Visit cdc.gov for info and safety guidelines on the coronavirus . Please stay informed on our updated openings by following us on social media and by visiting us here on our website.

The Community Crisis Center, Inc. is a distribution partner of the Maryland Food Bank.

CCC is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. Your gift may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes. We advise that you consult with your tax adviser. With your cash donation, we can continue to purchase food from the Maryland Food Bank at significant cost savings and provide other basic needs to our clients. We appreciate all of your support!

Statement of Non Discrimination

It is the policy of the Community Crisis Center, Inc. that services will provided to all individuals who are eligible without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ancestry, national origin, physical or mental disability, health status, immigrant status, political affiliation, or belief.

The Community Crisis Center, Inc. stands in solidarity against any act of racism, violence, or oppression. We are committed to serving all of our neighbors in need, in hopes that everyone can live without hunger or fear, and in a world that recognizes the innate value of every human being.