Maryland Access Point
Maryland Access Point
“Maryland Access Point of Charles County: Your link to health and support services”
The goal of Maryland Access Point (MAP) is to provide a “no wrong door” approach to improve information and access to all programs and services for which an individual may be eligible. Persons seeking services will receive navigation assistance from a single point of entry, to avoid having to go from agency to agency for information. MAP staff will assist with entitlement program applications such as Energy Assistance, Food Stamps, Homeowners & Renters Property Tax Credits, and help with Medicare or Medicaid programs. MAP staff can also provide eligibility screening & options counseling to assist individuals with determining the programs available to meet individual needs. Help is only a phone call away!
What is Maryland Access Point?
Charles County Department of Community Services, Aging & Senior Programs Division is proud to serve as the Maryland Access Point (MAP) for Charles County, Maryland. Our MAP program for seniors, people with disabilities and caregivers provides a single point of entry for:
- Information and referral to resources and services
- Options counseling regarding benefits and long term care planning
- Services for caregivers of older adults and adults with disabilities
- Access to services provided by the Department of Community Services and its partner agencies such as the Department of Social Services, Health Department, Southern Maryland Center for Independent Living
- Active adult services
Who is eligible for Maryland Access Point services?
- All individuals over the age of 50
- Adults over the age of 18, with a disability
- Caregivers for the elderly and adults with disabilities
- Knowledgeable, professionally trained Information and Assistance specialists to receive your calls
- MAP staff help you navigate through the human services network to access the programs and services of other home and community-based service providers within the region
- Access to MAP information is provided in a variety of ways (internet, phone, or in-person), and in a variety of locations such as: Senior Centers, Community Centers, private and not-for-profit provider agency offices, public libraries, hospitals, etc.
Help is only a phone call away!