Energizing the Lives of Seniors in Perry Hall, MD
MAP-Maryland Access Point - To obtain information on services and benefits available to Baltimore County residents age 60 and over or individuals with disabilities, call the MAP at 410-887-2594.
Community Outreach - Jessica Pontown assists with application of benefits; pharmacy assistance, medical assistance, housing, financial assistance for Baltimore County residents age 60 and over. Please call Jessica between 7:30 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. at 410-887-5128 for an appointment.
Home Team Program - The Home Team is a community-based volunteer program that provides social support to Baltimore County seniors (age 60 years or more) who are isolated and confined to their home. Through friendly in-home and telephone visits, Home Team volunteers offer the needed interaction, socialization and reassurance to help seniors maintain a higher quality of life and remain independent in their home longer. For more information please call 410-887-4141 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Health Insurance Counseling - Help is provided to Baltimore County seniors at no fee with insurance selection, clarification and assistance with Medicare, as well as Medicaid and supplemental insurance claim forms. Call 410-887-2594 for more details.
CountyRide - CountyRide serves Baltimore County seniors age 60 and over with transportation to medical appointments, senior centers and shopping trips. The Priority II program provides seniors who live in the Perry Hall/ White Marsh Community a ride to the Seven Oaks Senior Center on Mondays and Thursdays. Participants must first register at the center. Rides can be requested three weeks in advance, on a first come, first serve basis. Cost per round trip is two CountryRide tickets or $6.00 cash. Reservations will be made directly with CountyRide at 410-887-2080.
Senior Employment - The Senior Aide program helps individuals 55 or older to gain or update skills that will enable them to enter into a competitive job. Call 410-887-4006 for more information.
Ombudsman Program The Ombudsman Program advocates for long term care residents. As advocates for nursing home residents in Baltimore County, we are always seeking concerned and compassionate volunteers to ensure a quality of life for the residents. We offer a comprehensive training followed by a chance to make a difference in the lives of those who need our help. If you would like to become a volunteer, please contact the Baltimore County Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program at 410-887-4200.
Community Resources Directory - Community Resources 2017 is an annual directory developed and published by the Baltimore County Department of Aging (BCDA). Download your copy of Community Resources 2017 (PDF) or pick up a copy at Seven Oaks Senior Center. Help educate and empower your family, friends and community.