Community Housing

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(Formerly the Congregate Housing Services Program)​

The Maryland Department of Aging contracts with housing and senior service provider organizations, such as local housing authorities, nonprofit organizations, or housing management companies, to operate a Community Housing/Healthy Aging program for eligible residents of designated buildings. The program provides​ important services and supports that allow residents to live as independently as possible. This may include meals, housekeeping, medication management, and limited personal assistance with activities such as bathing, dressing, and laundry.​

Eligibility Requirements

Eligible residents are those who are at least 62 years of age with low/no income and in need of assistance in one or more activities of daily living. 

For Additional Information

Contact your local Senior Information and Assistance Program for additional information on local housing programs.

Housing Reports and Information

Contact 410-767-1100​ for additional questions.


Community and Congregate Housing/Healthy Aging (CCA)​ Services Program Organizations

(As of June, 2024)​

Allegany County
Housing Authority of Cumberland
Willow Valley Apartments
Kelly Varchetti
kelly.varchetti@cumberlandhousing.org
701 Furnace Street
Cumberland, MD 21502
301-759-2880

Anne Arundel County
Catholic Charities Facilities-CC
Jill Kratz
jkratz@cc-md.org
Mary Choplick
mchoplick@cc-md.org

Arundel Woods Senior Housing-CC
403 West Ordinance Road
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
410-424-3535

Friendship Station Senior Housing-CC
1212 Odenton Road
Odenton, MD 21113
667-600-3370

The Community Builders, Inc (TCB)
Morris H. Blum Apts. - TCB
Shanda Brown  
shanda.brown@tcbinc.org
701 Glenwood Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-263-0419/0026

Baltimore City
Basilica Place – CC
124 W. Franklin Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
667-600-3300

St. Joachim House – CC
3301 Benson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21227
667-600-2685

DePaul House – CC
3300 Benson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21227
667-600-2684

Good Samaritan (GS)
Shawn Ballance
Shawn.m.ballance.medstar.net
Pamela Wassel
Pamela.wassel@medstar.net

Belvedere Green – GS
1651 E. Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21239
410-433-7255
Woodbourne Woods - GS
1650 Woodbourne Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21239

Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC)
Karolyn Banks
Karolyn.banks@habc.org
Harriet Johnson
Harriet.johnson@habc.org
410-231-7090

Bernard E Mason Apts. – HABC
2121 Windsor Gardens Lane
Baltimore, MD 21207

Rosemont Towers – HABC
740 Poplar Grove
Baltimore, MD 21216
Baltimore County

St. Luke’s Place – CC
2825 Lodge Farm Road
Baltimore, MD 21219-1347
667-600-3661

Trinity House-CC
409 Virginia Avenue
Towson, MD 21204
667-600-3733

Village Crossroads I-CC
4313 Fitch Avenue
Nottingham, MD 21236
Stella Maris
St. Elizabeth Hall
Judi Welsh
Jwelsh@stellamaris.org
2300 Dulaney Valley Road
Timonium, MD 21093-2736
410-252-4500

Montgomery County
B’nai B’rith Homecrest House
Edwards Building
Carol Cohen Wolfe
ccohenwolfe@homecresthouse.org
14514 Homecrest Road
Silver Spring, MD 20906
301-589-4000

CHHA Providers
City of Greenbelt – SASS Program
Christal Batey
cbatey@greenbeltmd.gov
Green Ridge House Apts.
22 Ridge Road
Greenbelt, MD 20770

Aberdeen Court – CC
901 Barnett Lane
Aberdeen, MD 21001
410-667-2881

Garrett County Community Action
Shanna Humphrey
shumphrey@garrettcac.org
104 East Center Street
Oakland, MD 21550
301-334-9431​

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