Need help getting connected to resources? Call Maryland Access Point at 410-396-CARE (2273) for comprehensive assistance.
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Maryland Access Point (MAP) 410-396-2273 (CARE)
If you are new to Medicare or if you are currently on a Medicare plan, now is the time to look at your options and enroll in the right plan that works best for you! Medicare Open Enrollment is October 15- December 7. For assistance with your healthcare options, call the Maryland Access Point (MAP) hotline at 410-396-CARE (2273) to be referred to your local State Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) Counselor
Medical Identity Theft
Medical identity theft occurs when someone steals your personal information (like your name, Social Security number, or Medicare number) to obtain medical care, buy drugs, or submit fake billings to Medicare in your name.
Who to contact
- Maryland Access Point:
Get connected with you local Senior Medicare Patrols who work locally to empower seniors to fight health care fraud and resolve errors.
- Department Of Health & Human Services
Office Of Inspector General Hotline
Report suspected Medicare fraud:
Phone: 1-800-447-8477 (1-800-HHS-TIPS)
TTY #: 1-800-377-4950
Fax #: 1-800-223-8164
- Medicare Call Center and Senior Medicare Patrols
Report questionable charges to Medicare
Phone: 1-800-633-4227 (1-800-MEDICARE)
TTY #: 1-877-486-2048
- Federal Trade Commission's Identity Theft Hotline Report misuse of your personal information
Phone: 1-877-438-4338 (1-877-ID-THEFT)
TTY #: 1-866-653-4261
List of Adult Day Care Facilities in Baltimore City Adult Day Care.pdf
List of Assisted Living Facilities Assisted living Baltimore city P11-37.pdf
List of Nursing Homes in Baltimore City Facility Name.pdf
List of Public Housing Options for Individuals 62 Years of Age and Older, and Non-elderly with a Disability Housing List.pdf
Application for the Public Housing Program for Baltimore City Housing Application.pdf
Home Safety Checklist for Seniors. Home Safety Checklist for Seniors.pdf
The 2023 Community Resources Guide is now available! Guiding Your Path to Resources in the Region is a Baltimore City/Baltimore County Regional Resource Guide. This publication is a comprehensive listing of agencies and organizations to educate consumers about resources and benefits they may be eligible for and other important service options.
The listing includes public, private, and non-profit organizations, and health and social programs that serve older adults, baby boomers, families, caregivers, persons with disabilities, and professionals. Special added features in the directory include hotlines, websites, and financial eligibility guidelines. You can obtain a copy at your nearest Senior Center, download the PDF document or contact Baltimore City Maryland Access Point at 410-396-CARE (2273). Community Resource Guide 2023.pdf
Kinship Care Resources & Affidavit: Below is the Kinship Care Fact Sheet for the State of Maryland as well as the Consent for Healthcare Affidavit. The Consent for Healthcare Affidavit is available to relative caregivers who do not have legal custody or guardianship of the relative child in their care. The caregiver must be able to verify the relationship with the child and that the child’s parent(s) is not available.
View the Kinship Care Fact Sheet
Eating Together in Baltimore Sites: Eating Together Site List
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