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Community Resources Directory

Community Resources 2024 is an annual directory developed and published by the Baltimore County Department of Aging (BCDA). BCDA has partnered with the Baltimore County Department of Housing and Community Development, the Commission on Disabilities, and the Baltimore City Government to create one regional resource directory for Baltimore’s communities. The directory’s content has been updated and expanded to accommodate resources and services that range from adult day care to recreation and travel. Community Resources 2024 also contains a comprehensive category supporting disability resources ranging from children to adults.

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Pick Up a Physical Copy

BCDA is pleased to offer free copies of Community Resources 2024 to the public. Pick up copies of the directory at BCDA’s 20 senior centers and Baltimore County Public Libraries. Interested parties may also call BCDA’s MAP Office at 410-887-2594 for one mailed copy. We are pleased to offer an accessible option including a "read aloud" feature for the Community Resources Directory Online. For those who wish to access the publication using their smart phones, please note the QR code on the cover.

Reserve Your Space in the 2025 Edition

For businesses, nonprofits and professionals, now is the time to reserve your space in Community Resources 2025. Advertising in Community Resources is a powerful way to target your message directly to baby boomers, older adults, caregivers, families, adults with disabilities and professionals. To learn more about the many benefits associated with advertising in this valued publication, please call 410-887-2012. Help educate and empower your family, friends and community with Community Resources 2024—the publication that empowers its readership.

Time of Your Life Digest and Television Show

We are pleased to announce our newest publication—the Time of Your Life Digest (formerly Senior Digest). With eight jam-packed issues per year mailed directly to your residence, this 28-page newspaper is not to be missed! The Digest includes articles relevant to the lives of older adults in and around the County. 

Watch on TV

BCDA's Comcast television program will inspire you to visit your local senior center to begin "The Time Of Your Life." Host Ethel Rasmussen (MA, Manager, Communications Unit of BCDA) will welcome the following topics and guests for March and April 2024: 

  • BCDA Nutrition Program Offers a Balanced Diet with Eating Together Program
    Ann Marie Riehl, Nutrition Program Manager, Baltimore County Department of Aging

  • Discover Travel Opportunities with SBO and Baltimore County Senior Centers
    James Slone, Public Regional Manager, Senior Centers and Wellness, Baltimore County Department of Aging

  • Caregiver Support Program Hosts Spring Mini-Conference in May
    Kathleen Koenig-Stoffel, Caregiver Support Program Manager, Baltimore County Department of Aging

For comments or suggested topics for future shows, email Ethel Rasmussen at or call 410-887-2002.

Reports, Plans and Other Documents

  • Baltimore County Department of Aging Annual Report 

  • Four-Year Area Plan on Aging
    Every four years, BCDA is required by the federal Older Americans Act, to develop and implement an Area Plan on Aging to provide a framework related to programs, activities and services for the older adults of Baltimore County. The full narrative of BCDA’s is available for your review. You may also review the State Plan on Aging, developed by the Maryland Department of Aging. 

  • Age-Friendly Action Plan for Baltimore County
    Learn about the Age Friendly initiative of Baltimore County as the County begins to implement the plan created with the input of many dedicated community partners for improving the quality of living for all County residents that want to live, work, play and age in our County.

  • The Last Chapter: A Simple Checklist for Those Dealing With the Loss of a Loved One
    Dealing with loss is always difficult. The Department of Aging has developed a simple checklist to keep the process organized and make the next steps as easy as possible.

  • This Card Could Save Your Life
    Known as the Orange Refrigerator Card, this card has space to list all your medications and other medical information. Emergency medical personnel look for this card on refrigerators in time of emergency. Contact BCDA for more information. 

Contact Us

Department of Aging

611 Central Avenue
Towson, Maryland 21204


Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.





Laura D. Riley