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    Community Living

    People and Families  > Maryland Statewide Resources​ >​ Community Living​

    MD Access Point (MAP)
    MD Department of Housing and Development
    MD Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA)
    MD Department of Disabilities (DOD)
    • mdod.maryland.gov
    • 1.880.637.4113​
    • Provides programs related to accessible housing, employment, transitioning youth, community living, technology, barrier free living, and transport etc.
    MD Department of Transportation Mass Transit Administration (MTA)
    MTA Mobility Link
    MD Recreation and Parks Association
    • mrpanet.org
    • 1.301.352.7203​
    • Maryland's network of local parks and recreation departments
    MD Statewide Independent Living Council (MSILC)
    • marylandsilc.org
    • 1.240.599.7966​
    • Federally mandated centers provide information, advocacy, and access to supports and services based on the principles of consumer choice and control. There are 7 ILCs in Maryland.​
    ​MD Department of Housing and Community Development
    MD Department of Human Services
    MD Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
    MD Public Housing and Project Based Voucher Waiting Lists
    PublicHousing.Com for Maryland
    Transportation Security Administration's TSA Cares
    United Way 2-1-1
    US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
    • hud.gov/states/maryland
    • 410.962.2520​
    • TTY: 1.800.877.8339
    • Administers rental subsidies, provides funds for home modifications, low-income housing, and home-ownership, and implements the Fair Housing Act
    ​United Way
    • uwcm.org​
    • 410.547.8000
    • TTY: 410.685.2159
    • The United Way programs promote equity, create opportunity, and improve lives and communities. Their programs increase access to basic needs: housing, health, employment, and education.
    Maryland Relay
    • TTY: #711 or 800.735.2258
    • People who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or have difficulty speaking can use a TTY (Text Telephone) to make and receive calls through Maryland Relay. A TTY has a keyboard, which allows the user to type their side of the conversation, and a text screen to read the other person's responses.