The mission of the Congregate Housing Services Program is to provide support services and State subsidies to eligible residents
of low and moderate income senior housing who, due to advanced age or chronic health conditions, need daily help with activities such
as meals, housekeeping, and personal services.
The cost of the Congregate Housing Services Program varies by site. To be eligible to be a participant and receive congregate
housing services, an individual shall:
To qualify for a subsidy:
The Maryland Department of Aging contracts with housing and senior service provider organizations, such as local housing authorities,
non-profit organizations, or housing management companies, to operate a Congregate Housing Services Program for eligible residents of designated
buildings. Eligible residents are those who are at least 62 years of age and in need of assistance in one or more activities of daily living. The
program provides meals, weekly housekeeping of each participant’s apartment, and limited personal assistance with activities such as bathing,
dressing, and laundry.
See a listing of housing sites.
Contact your local Senior Information and Assistance Program for additional
information on local housing programs.
Contact Person: Dakota Burgess, Program Manager, 410-767-1100,
301 West Preston Street Suite 1007, Baltimore, MD 21201
(410)-767-1100, or 1 (844) 627 5465