MAP is the gateway to long term services and supports in Maryland. MAP specialists work with caregivers, professionals, and all individuals with long term care needs to plan, identify, connect, and assist with accessing private and public resources for long term services and supports.
Long term services and supports include information on health, transportation, income, and financial aid, senior and community centers and clubs, nutrition and meals, pharmacy assistance, housing, volunteer opportunities, and more!
MAP also offers Options Counseling, a service through which all individuals and their caregivers, plan and make informed decisions regarding their long term care. Trained, professional Options Counselors use a person-centered approach and support individuals with matching their needs, preferences, and values with services in their community, developing a personalized action plan, getting connected to resources, making referrals to appropriate agencies and planning for current and/or future needs. Options Counseling is a statewide program delivered by staff at the 20 local Maryland Access Point (MAP) sites.
Local Maryland Access Point Locations:
We look forward to launching a new and improved website in the spring of 2021 that will provide additional supports. In the interim, please call 1-844-MAP-LINK or refer to your Local Maryland Access Point locations.
For additional resources for older adults and their families, visit the Eldercare Locator web site.
301 West Preston Street Suite 1007, Baltimore, MD 21201
(410)-767-1100, or 1 (800) 243 3425
Maryland Relay users call 7-1-1