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12/7/2015 - 12.7.15 Howard County Office on Aging invites residents to view plans for new Elkridge 50+ Center and Library READ MORE
9/18/2015 - 09.18.15 Executive Kittleman announces 20-year plan to support county’s aging population READ MORE
6/11/2015 - 06.11.15 Executive Kittleman asks residents to unite against elder abuse READ MORE
7/17/2014 - 07.17.14 Vendors and Sponsors Wanted for 16th Annual Howard County 50+EXPO READ MORE
5/15/2014 - 05.15.14 Howard County Launches Development of Master Plan for the Aging Population READ MORE
5/1/2013 - 05.01.13 Howard County Launches Cycle2Health READ MORE
4/26/2013 - 04.26.13 Howard County Brings Glamour to Glenwood with WomenFest READ MORE
4/16/2013 - 04.16.13 Howard County’s 5th Annual “WomenFest” to Bring Glamour to Glenwood READ MORE
5/24/2012 - 05.23.12 Howard County’s Office on Aging Presents “WomenFest” READ MORE

Maryland Access Point (MAP)



Maryland Access Point of Howard County (MAP)
www.marylandaccesspoint.info                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            410-313-5980

1-800-506-5806 MD Relay 711
Email MAP 

Maryland Access Point of Howard County (MAP) is a trusted source of information and assistance for Howard County residents who need or want to plan for their immediate and future needs. MAP serves adults 50 years and older, adults 18 years and older with a disability, family members and other caregivers, and health or business professionals.

MAP can help you with:

    • Guidance for Assistance and Benefits
      • Provide you with information and assistance
      • Evaluate your potential eligibility for public benefit programs
      • Respond to both your immediate concerns and long-range needs
      • Identify public and private benefits that may best meet your needs
    • Referrals to Programs and Services
      • Help you develop options to stay in the community
      • Help you balance needs, wants, and resources
      • Refer you to local, state, and federal programs and benefits
    • Plan for the Future
      • Help you identify your strengths, needs, and preferences
      • Help you make informed decisions
      • Help you assess costs, services, and service providers