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Aging and Disability Resource Center/ Maryland Access Point (ADRC/MAP)

What is Maryland Access Point (MAP)?

MAP is your link to health and support services. The St. Mary's County Department of Aging and Human Services is working to provide older adults, persons experiencing a disability and caregivers with a single point of entry to: access information and referral to resources and services, provide options counseling regarding benefits and long-term care planning, connect caregivers of older adults and adults with disabilities to services, provide access to services offered by the Department of Aging and Human Services and its partner agencies such as the Health Department, the Southern Maryland Center for Independent Living, the Department of Social Services and other community service providers. Link active adults to services, activities and programs.

Who is eligible for MAP services?

Everyone is encouraged to visit or call the MAP site, including adults 50 and over, individuals 18 and older experiencing a disability, caregivers or those of any age who have questions or concerns about someone in need. No question or concern is too big or too small.

How does it work?

MAP is a free information and referral service. It is open to the public and to individuals of all income levels. Contact the Division of Home and Community-Based Services to schedule an appointment. All information and assistance is completely confidential.

To learn more, contact:

Jennette Beyer, MAP Coordinator
(301) 475-4200 ext. 1057