Department of Aging Overview
New and Upcoming Services and Programs
When you think of aging, what does it look like? Join us in 2017 as we challenge aging stereotypes, celebrate our later years, highlight individuals who are making a difference and offer resources for growing older successfully. We will encourage individuals of all ages to discuss the perceived limitations placed on older adults and their ability to live to their fullest potential. Find out how you can Reimagine Aging.
Its Your Money—Keep it Safe!
Join us for the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Forum on Thursday, June 15, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.at the Randallstown Community Center, 3505 Resource Drive, Randallstown, Maryland. Learn the red flags of financial and cyber abuse and how to keep your money safe. At 1 p.m., a Shred-a-thon will be held at the Community Center Parking Lot.
This annual event is sponsored by BC-Rest, a coalition working to educate and empower the community to identify and prevent elder abuse, neglect and exploitation in Baltimore County. Learn more about this elder abuse program (PDF) or call Maryland Access Point at 410-887-2594.
Learn more about Department of Aging Services
The Department of Aging has a lot to offer Baltimore County seniors and their families. Learn more about our programs and services by watching a video that will help you Energize your Life.
Frequently Requested Services
- Information and Assistance
Learn more about how Maryland Access Point (MAP) of Baltimore County can assist you in finding resources for seniors and adults with disabilities.
- Housing Options
Find information about nursing homes, assisted living facilities, or other housing options, including listings of facilities in Baltimore County.
- Senior Centers
The 20 senior centers located throughout Baltimore County serve as community focal points for programs, activities and services for County residents age 60 and older and their spouses.
CountyRide is a transportation program providing service to Baltimore County residents 60 years of age and over, disabled residents aged 21 through 59 and persons of all ages living in the rural area.
RSVP has a partnership with Volunteer Solutions and the United Way to help you volunteer. Search for volunteer opportunities that match your skills and interests.
Learn more about available student internship positions at the Department of Aging.
- Travel Opportunities
Check the travel calendar for a list of upcoming travel opportunities.
- Caregivers Information
The Caregivers Program offers a variety of resources to help family caregivers to provide good care for older relatives, while also taking care of themselves.
Sign-up to receive informative e-newsletters such as Caregiver Connection.
For information or comments, contact the Department of Aging or call 410-887-2594.
- Find latest information about closings or late openings of seniors centers and CountyRide due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
- Visit Aging's Taking Care of Mom and Dad website for more information about caregiving.
- Community Resources 2017 is now available online. Get information about services available to Baltimore County seniors and their families.
The Baltimore County Department of Aging strengthens lives by providing services, programs and connections to resources.