How can we help?
Maryland Access Point (MAP) recognizes that our health and access to long term services options are impacted by the conditions in which we live. MAP aims to engage individuals to define their needs and preferences, and identify options that will work for them.
Explore my Options
It can be overwhelming to try to understand your options for long-term services and supports. Maryland Access Point (MAP) is here to help.
Make a Plan
Planning for long-term services includes knowing your options, planning wisely, and taking action before a crisis happens.
Connect With A Local Office
Contact the MAP office in your county to discuss your options and develop an action plan.
About Maryland Access Point
Maryland Access Point (MAP) is Maryland’s No Wrong Door Aging and Disability Resource Center, established as the single entry point for individuals seeking long term support services and a range of community supports. Maryland’s 20 local MAP sites aim to assist consumers to navigate the complex system of services through individual, person-centered counseling.
Maryland Department Of Aging
Maryland’s Aging and Disability Resource Center, also known as MAP, helping Older Adults, Individuals with Disabilities, and Caregivers navigate long-term support services is proudly supported by the Maryland Department of Aging.
For more information about the Maryland Department of Aging’s programs and service, please visit aging.maryland.gov
Information For Providers
Both community-based organizations and healthcare providers can benefit from a direct partnership with MAP. Learn more about MAP and how a partnership can help your organization meet the needs of older adults and adults with disabilities.
Join Our Team
Internship opportunities are available. If you are interested in interning with the Maryland Department on Aging’s Maryland Access Point team, please complete the application below.
For more information about internships available contact us at:
In Partnership with 211 Maryland
MAP partners with 211 Maryland to provide this online resource, the ability to search a comprehensive provider directory, and a statewide call line.
Supportive Text Messages
Text MDAGING to 898-211 to begin receiving alerts, tips and resources related to aging and how to support the needs of older adults.
The Maryland Access Point and 211 Maryland have partnered to provide a single-entry point for information on community services.