OFN Total Health Survey Corner
Outcast Food Network is partnering with Michigan State University to close the racial gap in health outcomes and covid-19 vaccination rates.
We want to better understand why African Americans are vaccinated at lower rates and address the structural inequities that are driving these disparities. Your feedback will help us to bring equity to medical care access and vaccine health.
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Outcast Food Network is a Community Engagement Partner with the City of Baltimore. Baltimore City is developing a
Plan to guide equitable neighborhood development over the next ten years.
The question is how can we make Baltimore better for current residents so that they want to stay, benefit from staying, and are inspired to invite their friends and family to move to Baltimore.
By focusing on the needs and desires of current residents, the City will naturally grow over time.
As a Community Engagement partner with Baltimore City, Outcast Food Network has designed and is leading a strategic process, that fits the needs of the communities we serve.
Your feedback will help us to define “equitable neighborhood development” for Baltimore, and collectively generate concrete, implementable ideas to move the City towards this vision.
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For COVID-19 Vaccine or Booster Scheduling and\or COVID-19 Testing please call us at 410.409.7568
Vaccine Hesitancy Education Provided – 2500+ individuals
Community Members Vaccinated – 586
Our goal at Outcast Food Network is to end hunger in the city of Baltimore as well as in America. This can be achieved by consistent and coordinated efforts to support and feed food insecure families.
OFN is responding to the coronavirus outbreak by offering curbside pickup to other Baltimore City groups that distribute food.
Mobile Food Mission Program
- 17.5 million households were food insecure as of 2015
- Food insecure means
- At times during the year they lack money to buy food.
- Meals are skipped, or the amount eaten is reduced.
- 1 of 6 children go hungry each year, 13 million children in all.
- Children with hunger issues have more learning challenges and higher mental health levels