Each local governing body designates an agency on aging. The agency may be a unit of local government or a private, nonprofit corporation. In some counties, it is the office on aging. In others, it may be named differently. In Baltimore City, it is called the Commission on Aging and Retirement Education.
Waxter Center for Senior Citizens, 1000 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Maryland, December 2008. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
- Allegany County Department of Elder & Advocate Resources
- Anne Arundel County Department of Aging
- Baltimore City Commission on Aging & Retirement Education
- Baltimore County Department of Aging
- Calvert County Office on Aging
- Caroline County Office on Aging (Upper Shore Aging)
- Carroll County Bureau of Aging
Cecil County Department of Aging
Charles County Aging Division
Dorchester County Office on Aging (Delmarva Community Services)
Dept. of Aging, Buckworth Senior Center, 214 North St., Elkton (Cecil County), Maryland, February 2002. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Thurmont Senior Center, 805 East Main St., Thurmont (Frederick County), Maryland, August 2006. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
- Frederick County Department on Aging
- Garrett County Office on Aging (Area Agency on Aging)
- Harford County Office on Aging
- Howard County Office on Aging
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