The Liberty Judy Center
Covid-19 resources & UPDATES
emergency covid-19 meal sites
The Liberty Rec Center distributes FREE Pre-Packaged meals M-F from 10am-2pm!
In addition, City Schools has meal sites that serve free breakfast, lunch, snack, and supper for students, every Monday to Friday from 8am to 2pm. Meals are for students only, but adults can pick up meals for their children.
Meal Sites closest to Liberty Elementary School:
1. Forest Park High School** - 3701 Eldorado Avenue
2. Calvin M. Rodwell Elem/Middle School - 3501 Hillsdale Road
3. Hilton Elementary School - 3301 Carlisle Avenue
4. Callaway Elementary School - 3701 Fernhill Avenue
5. Ashburton Elem/Middle School - 3935 Hilton Road
6. Arlington Elementary School**- 3705 W Rogers Avenue
7. Gwynns Falls Elementary School**- 2700 Gwynns Falls Parkway
**Meal Sites with produce boxes
Produce, Dairy, and Meat Box Distributions
Please check out the following flyers about food distributions and deliveries sponsored by The Mayor's Office of Children and Family Success. All sites are first come first serve. You must wear a mask and maintain social distancing at all food sites.
DIAPERs + BABY SUPPLIES
Please check out the flyer for information regarding Liberty Judy Center Diaper Services!
The Liberty Judy Center distributes and delivers diapers, baby supplies, clothing, and more!
We only provide to families that live in the following Zip Codes: 21215, 21216, 21207.
Please call or text our Family Services Coordinator, Shadia Musa, at 443-961-4597 to request diapers and supplies. Also, like us on Facebook for more information about Diaper Deliveries.
Virtual Educational Resources
Free Virtual Programming via Enoch Pratt
PBS Read Alouds
Dance and Bmore Virtual Programming
Emergency Childcare Centers
Gateway To Success Learning Center is an approved childcare site for emergency personnel's children. They are a member of the Liberty Judy Center's Childcare Consortium Partnership and offer quality childcare services. Please contact them directly by clicking the link above or at (443) 541 -0505.
Food and Housing Resources
Maryland Food Bank - 410-737-8282
WIC Baltimore City Health Department - 410-396-9427
SNAP Department of Social Services - 443-423-6400
Baltimore City Department of Housing - 443-984-5757
Maryland Health Connections - 1-855-642-8572
Map of Free Food Sites in Baltimore:
Baltimore City Health Department Food Distribution
Virtual Play groups
Child's Play with Anana K
Every Wednesday, the Liberty Judy Center hosts a virtual class with our toddlers and their families. Toddlers practice ways to learn and play, read, sing, talk, and write. The Judy Center delivers supplies, DIY materials, and educational games to each family to supplement the virtual class.
Baby Arts Play
In partnership with Young Audiences, The Liberty Judy Center offers a playgroup called Baby Arts Play where toddlers use household items to enhance sensory play. Toddlers sing, dance, and read with their teacher.
In January 2021, The Liberty Judy Center hosted our annual "Welcome Winter Celebration." In partnership with Port Discovery, The Walter's Art Museum, and FazaFam, we provided fun winter activities for our toddler families and our Child Care Centers, Gateway To Success Learning Center and Kindred Learning Center.
Resource & Supply distributions
Bedtime in a Box
In November 2020, the Liberty Judy Center safely distributed a Bedtime in a Box to every Liberty Pre-K student. These boxes contain items essential to establishing a healthy bedtime routine.
Baltimore Hunger Project
Toddler, Pre-K, and K families receive nutritious weekend food packs provided by Baltimore Hunger Project. Food packs are safely delivered weekly to our families.
The Judy Center safely delivers toddler creativity bags weekly to supplement Child's Play with Anana K. The Judys also coordinate with Pre-K teachers to distribute or deliver learning materials to Pre-K students to support synchronous learning.
"The most crucial responsibility to any community is the protection, education and mentoring of its children. As adults, guardians, and parents, we must offer as many opportunities as possible to ensure the success and development of our children. If we can do this, we will all have met our most fundamental obligation to ourselves, our families, and our communities."
-Judith P. Hoyer
-Judith P. Hoyer
Liberty Phone Number
Liberty Judy Center Phone Number
3901 Maine Ave. Baltimore, MD 21207