Maryland’s No Wrong Door Aging And Disability Resource Center
Maryland Access Point (MAP) was 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.
Finding Options That Work For You
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.
Led By Area Agencies On Aging
MAP is primarily led by Area Agencies on Aging, in partnership with Centers for Independent Living. MAP partners include local health and social services departments, Centers for Independent Living, behavioral health agencies, and other organizations through which people seek assistance.
At the state level, MAP is overseen by:
The Maryland Department of Aging
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.