Community and Connection
Are you an older adult who’s looking
for opportunities to maintain a high quality of life? Stay connected to your community with senior center activities, companion programs, access to transportation, legal services, shared meals, and more.
There are 13 different senior centers in Baltimore offering health and fitness programs and activities that can keep you active and engaged with others. To learn more, call 410-396-1337.
Eating Together Program
The Eating Together Program offers
nutritious lunches and dinners for adults over the age of 60 and their spouses. There are more than 50 Eating Together sites in Baltimore where you can share a meal, meet new people, and spend time with
people like you. The program also offers
Kosher and Korean meals. To learn more, call 410-664-0700.
The Taxicard Program provides subsidized transportation for eligible Baltimore residents who are over the age of 60 or have disabilities. Registration is required and individuals must meet program requirements. Cards may be used with participating taxicab companies. To learn more, call 410-664-1123 or visit www.caretaxicard.com
Senior Legal Services
This program provides quality, pro-bono
legal services to older adults over the age of 60 with low income. Attorneys advise and represent clients on a broad range of civil legal matters including estate planning, consumer and debt collection issues, landlord/tenant disputes, housing matters, foreclosure prevention, probate, and guardianship. For more information, call 410-396-1322 or visit www.baltimoreseniorlegalservices.org
Senior Companion Program
This program is available for older adults who are homebound and unable to take advantage of community-based
opportunities for socialization. People who qualify for this program will be visited in their own homes by another older adult for regularly scheduled visits. For more information, call 410-396-9405.