OUR MISSION Paul’s Place is a catalyst and leader for change, improving the quality of life in the Southwest Baltimore communities. Paul’s Place provides programs, services, and support that strengthen individuals and families, fostering hope, personal dignity and growth. OUR VISION The individuals and families living in Southwest Baltimore City will have full access to […]
Tikva House is a comfortable home-base for Jewish families caring for a loved one receiving treatment at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The House provides a place for families to stay within walking distance of the hospital. There are 7 bedrooms with a private bath and kitchenette, a fully stocked kosher pantry, kosher meals, a communal […]
Weinberg Senior Living provides affordable apartments for people 62-plus and those younger than 62 with disabilities. The communities feature amenities such as libraries, community rooms and dining where residents may enjoy meals, group activities and visits with friends and family. The properties are owned by CHA . Contact at CHAI is Lisa Glick (410-500-5433). Applications […]
The Baltimore City Commission on Aging and Retirement Education (CARE), in partnership with other senior-serving organizations, is the primary public agency in the city responsible for advocating for and delivering services to older adult population, their family and caregivers in the City of Baltimore.
Maryland Access Point of Baltimore County. Maryland Access Point (MAP) serves as the entry point for obtaining information, referrals and options for seniors, adults with disabilities, their families, caregivers and professionals. The Baltimore County MAP phone number is (410) 887-2594. Calls are answered by a team of Certified Information and Assistance Specialists (CIRS), Monday through […]
The Retirement Living Sourcebook is a complete database of all senior housing, assisted living, nursing homes, home health care services and professional resources in VA, MD, NJ, DC, PA and DE.
This program provides care management for individuals who have intellectual disabilities and medical or mental health issues, enabling them to live as independently as possible in the community. Funded by State and Federal funds, it offers 24-hour nursing care and case management as well as behavioral supports and counseling.
Enables individuals, age 50 or older, who meet the long-term care admission criteria (nursing home level of care) to remain in a community setting. Must also be financially eligible. Services can be provided at home or in an assisted living facility.
Maryland’s Community First Choice option provides community services and supports to enable older adults and people with disabilities to live in their own homes. Interested persons should contact Medicaid’s Long Term Care and Waiver Services.
24 hour care and assistance. Services include: Emergency call system in each apartment Medication management Social and educational activities Weekly housekeeping and laundry service Kosher dining services Close proximity to Jewish Community Center Board approved and certified registered nurses Off-site trips with transportation