MEMBERSHI P D I RECTORY
2020 Communi ty Members
ACTION IN MATURITY, INC. 700 W. 40th St Baltimore, MD 21211 410-889-7915 Laura Bristow, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org www.actioninmaturity.org
APPALACHIAN CROSSROADS 39 South Third St Oakland, MD 21550 301-334-8449 Reanna Miller, Director, Day and Vocational Services
Geographic area: transportation, social services
Geographic area: Garrett County, Maryland
Service type: Senior transportation shuttle to grocery and retail destinations.
Service type: Non-profit organization providing residential and community living support , employment support and day services for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Hours of operation: M-F; 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Hours of operation: 7/week, 24 hours/day
Full time employees: 15 Part time employees: 1
Full time employees: 83 Part time employees: 28
FY2020 Data: Total passenger miles: 95,000
Total passenger miles: 116,236 Total transportation budget: $345,795 Total ridership (one-way passenger trips): 25,971
Total transportation operating budget: $600,000 Total ridership (one-way passenger trips): 21,000
Highlights: Responded to COVID-19 by enhancing services in response to requests from partners. ALLEGANY COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 125 Virginia Ave Cumberland, MD 21502 Phone: 301-777-5970 | 301-783-1720 Fax: 301-722-0937 Ashlee Lane, Director, Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities
Highlights: • Received an UMPTA accessible minivan that allows people who use wheelchairs more access to their community. • Continued growth in competitive integrated employment for people with disabilities. • Community inclusion for people with disabilities continues to increase.
THE ARC BALTIMORE 7215 York Rd Baltimore, MD 21212 410-296-2272
Brent Davidson, Fleet Manager email@example.com www.thearcbaltimore.org
Geographic area: Allegany County
Service type: medical transportation
Geographic area: Baltimore City and Baltimore County
Hours of operation: M-F, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; 7 days/week, 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. on-call
About: The Arc Baltimore is dedicated to providing advocacy and high quality, life-changing supports since 1949 in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. The Arc Baltimore supports more than 6000 adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Programs and services are based from 100+ owned and leased homes and eight major facilities. These allow individuals with disabilities to live independently in the community, to work in meaningful jobs, enjoy friendships and activity in the community, and to support their families in the challenges they face.
Full time employees: 3
FY2020 Data: Total passenger miles: 52,494 Total ridership (one-way passenger miles): 15,656
Highlights: • New MOU’s with medical centers in the area. • Charlie Hammersmith won TAM’s COVID-19 Essential Driver of the Year Award. • Continuing to consistently transport vulnerable and sick population during global pandemic.
THE ARC CARROLL COUNTY 180 Kriders Church Rd Westminster, MD 21158 Phone: 410-848-4124 Fax: 410-876-5317 Jeanette Griffin, Director of Finance firstname.lastname@example.org www.arccarroll.com
Full time employees: 6 Part time employees: 32 Total ridership: 261 per day
Highlights: transportation, residential, day program
BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN COUNCIL 1500 Whetstone Way, Ste 300
Baltimore, MD 21230 410-732-0500 x1037 Robert Berger RBerger@baltometro.org
Geographic area: Carroll County
Service type: Paratransit
Hours of operation: 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., M-F
About: The Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) is a nonprofit organization that works with the region's elected executives to identify mutual interests and develop collaborative strategies, plans and programs that will help improve the quality of live and economic vitality. BMC is a resource for the region. THE CENTER FOR LIFE ENRICHMENT 25089 Three Notch Rd P.O. Box 610 Hollywood, MD 20636 Phone: 301-373-8100 Fax: 301-373-3019 Karen Gardner, Transportation Scheduling Coordinator email@example.com www.tcle.org
FY2020 Data: Total passenger miles: 191,000
Total transportation operating budget: $ 505,000 Total ridership (one-way passenger trips): 22,780
Full time employees: 80 Part time employees: 250
ASSOCIATED CATHOLIC CHARITIES 320 Cathedral St. Baltimore, MD 21201 667-600-2000 William J. McCarthy, Jr., Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org www.catholiccharities-md.org
Geographic area: St. Mary’s and Calvert counties
About: Catholic Charities is a movement to improve lives. We are a family of more than 2,000 talented and dedicated colleagues, supported by nearly 8,000 selfless volunteers and more than 10,000 generous donors. These marvelous individuals are of all faiths, ages and ethnicities, and together, we touch the lives of hundreds of thousands of individuals and families each year. Catholic Charities is our community at its best! Through thousands of encounters each day, at our 80 programs and over 200 locations, lives are improved and our community is made stronger. ATHELAS INSTITUTE, INC. 9104 Red Branch Rd Columbia, MD 21045 Phone: 410-964-1241 Fax: 410-964-3140 Shunda Johnson, Director, Transportation and Fleet Maintenance email@example.com www.athelasinstitute.org
Service type: Service for our consumers to employment, medical appts, Adult day program.
Hours of operation: M-F; 8:00 a.m. - 3 p.m.; transportation provided as needed for employment
CHAI Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc. 5809 Park Heights Ave Baltimore, MD 21215 Phone: 410-500-5300 Fax: 410-466-1996 Roy Kiewe, VP Asset Management firstname.lastname@example.org www.chaibaltimore.org
Geographic area: Northwest Baltimore City & County zip codes 21215, 21209, 21208, 21117
Service type: Senior Transportation for CHAI Senior Housing residents & Northwest Neighbors Connecting Hours of operation: M-F; 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Geographic area: Baltimore City, Howard County, Baltimore County
Service type: Paratransit Hours of operation: M-F, 6 hours/day
Highlights: Partners with Action In Maturity (AIM), another non- profit TAM member group
CHANGE, INC. 115 Stoner Ave Westminster, MD 21157 410-876-2179 Michael F. Shriver, Chief Executive Officer
DOVE POINTE, INC. 1225 Mt. Hermon Rd Salisbury, MD 21804 410-341-4472 Dain Bennett, Director of Transportation www.dovepointe.org
About: Dove Pointe's mission is to be a point of connection between people and services to meet their desired outcomes, interests, and needs. Since 1968, Dove Pointe has provided high quality services to meet these objectives. EASTERSEALS DC MD VA 1420 Spring St Silver Spring, MD 20895 301-920-9700 Elizabeth Barnes, Senior Director, Adult and Senior Services email@example.com www.easterseals.com/DCMDVA/
About: Change is a non-profit charitable organization that has provided excellent person-centered programs and services to individuals with disabilities for over 50 years.
DAYBREAK ADULT DAY SERVICES 7819 Rocky Springs Rd Frederick, MD 21702 Phone: 301-696-0808 Fax: 301-696-1164 TTY/HCO 1-800-735-2258 Christina Forbes, Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org www.daybreakadultdayservices.org
Geographic area: Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Washington County, Montgomery County
About: Daybreak operates a fleet of 6 wheelchair accessible buses and provides door to door transportation through most of Frederick County. For those who live in more outlying areas where the bus may not be able to travel, we can arrange a mutually convenient meeting place for pick up and drop off. Times for bus pick up and drop off will vary depending on the location of your residence, but in general, occur between 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. and then between 3:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. You will be provided a 30 minute window for your pick up and drop off, with a courtesy call made by the driver as he or she gets closer to your residence.
Service type: Transportation for Adult Day Services
Hours of operation: M-Sat.
Full time employees: 30
HARFORD CENTER 4 N. Earlton Rd Havre de Grace, MD 21078 Phone: 410-939-1420 Fax: 410-939-4426 Tim Battaglia, Finance Director email@example.com www.harfordcenter.org
DIAKON ADULT DAY SERVICES AT RAVENWOOD 1109 Luther Dr
Hagerstown, MD 21740 Phone: 301- 791-1030 Fax: 301- 766-9359 firstname.lastname@example.org www.diakon.org
Geographic area: Harford County, Maryland
Service type: Non-Profit agency supporting adults with disabilities
About: Diakon offers adult day services on the Ravenwood campus of Diakon Senior Living – Hagerstown. In many situations, attending our program allows older persons or people with disabilities to live at home or with family members during the evenings and weekends. Providing caregivers with a respite during the weekdays, we offer a comfortable and stimulating setting in which participants benefit from numerous enjoyable, engaging activities and amenities.
Hours of operation: M-F; 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
FY2020 Data: Total passenger miles: 300,071
Total transportation operating budget: $586,010 Total ridership (one-way passenger trips): 18,306
Full time employees: 46 Part time employees: 15
Highlights: Despite the state’s restrictions during this pandemic, The Harford Center was able to continue to provide services to the vulnerable individuals we support, even if it was on a limited basis.
KENT CENTER 215 Scheeler Rd Chestertown, MD 21620 410-778-7303 Karine Ireland, Executive Director
LOWER SHORE ENTERPRISE, INC. Legislative Districts: 37, 38 28475 Owens Branch Rd Salisbury, MD 21801 Phone: 410-749-6183 Fax: 410-749-1220 James (Jimy) Reid, Transportation Manager email@example.com
About: Kent Center, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that provides highly personalized 24-hour a day services for adults who have a broad spectrum of developmental disabilities, such as intellectual disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy, and/or physical disabilities. Kent Center Inc. provides pick up services for nearly every Kent Center client, Monday through Friday mornings, and delivers them to their place of employment if they work/ volunteer in the morning, or our 215 Scheeler Road building for Day/Vocational/Supported Employment programming. Transportation is also provided Monday through Friday to return our clients home.
Geographic area: Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, Wicomico, Somerset, Worcester, Dorchester counties
Service type: 14 passenger buses (non CDL), 13 mini vans, 2 vans to transport clients to work, volunteer programs, community events, social events; the buses are also used to transport to the center to work and other vehicles take care of other needs
Hours of operation: 5:30 a.m.- 6:30 p.m.
OMNI HOUSE, INC. 1421 Madison Park Dr Glen Burnie, MD 21061 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1270 Glen Burnie, MD 21060 Phone: 410-768-6777 Fax: 410-760-6811 www.omnihouse.org
THE LEAGUE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES 1111 East Cold Spring Ln Baltimore, MD 21239 410-323-0500 Alan Jackson-Bosworth, Transportation Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Number of vehicles: 15
LIFESTYLES OF MARYLAND FOUNDATION, INC. Legislative District 28 101 Catalpa Dr, Ste 103 PO Box 1794 La Plata, MD 20646 Phone: 301-609-9900 Fax: 301- 609-9800 Corae Young, Assistant Director
About: For over thirty years, Omni House, Inc. has provided psychiatric and rehabilitative services for adults with mental illness and co-occurring disorders (COD). We are the largest provider of mental health services in Anne Arundel County, MD serving the needs of nearly 1,000 active members. Our strong desire to serve our community is guided by our belief that mental illness is real and it is treatable. Omni House’s comprehensive programs and services allow individuals with mental illness to live in the community as productive citizens with greater freedom, privacy and dignity.
PARTNERS IN CARE MARYLAND, INC. 90B Ritchie Hwy Pasadena, MD 21122 410-544-4800
Geographic area: Southern Maryland
Service type: Demand Response, Subscription Service
Hours of operation: Daily; 6:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Mandy Arnold, CEO & President Mandy Arnold@partnersincare.org www.PartnersInCare.org
Full time employees: 15 Part time employees: 12
About: Partners in Care is the recognized leader in Maryland for programs and services that support the independence of older adults using the time and talents of their members, leadership, and staff. Partners In Care promotes active engagement of their members and their families by offering services in exchange for their donated time and talents.
Highlights: Purchased an additional wheelchair-accessible bus with private grant funding and donations to expand ridership
PLEASANT DAY MEDICAL ADULT DAY CARE 2474 Cambridge Beltway Cambridge, MD 21613 Phone: 410-228-0190 Fax: 410-221-8064 Danny Seabrease, Facility Trans. Safety manager email@example.com www.pleasantday.com
SAGEPOINT SENIOR LIVING SERVICES 10200 La Plata Rd
La Plata, MD 20646 Phone: 301-934-1900 Fax: 301-934-8706 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sagepointcare.org
About: Formerly the CCNRC Family of Care, Sagepoint remains dedicated to providing high quality care and creating an environment that enhances health and wellness for our patients, residents, and participants. Our entire team is committed to maintaining a standard of excellence in rehabilitation and senior services. We have an active continuous quality improvement program, as well as a stringent Corporate Compliance program.
Geographic area: Dorchester, Talbot, Caroline Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
PROGRESS UNLIMITED, INC. 11431 Cronhill Dr, Ste C Owings Mills, MD 21117 410-363-8550 Mary Gatto, Executive Director email@example.com www.progressunlimited.org
SHEPPARD PRATT 6401 N. Charles St Baltimore, MD 21204 410-938-3000 Joy Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org www.SheppardPratt.org
About: Since 1984, Progress Unlimited, Inc. has been supporting adults with developmental disabilities to live independently in our community residential program. Progress Unlimited, Inc. provides 24 hour care and support to adults with developmental disabilities without regard to race, color, creed, sexual orientation, or national origin. This invaluable service allows recipients the opportunity to live in their own communities and experience firsthand all the benefits of independence.
Geographic area: Baltimore and surrounding counties
Service type: non-medical transportation
Hours of operation: 7 days/week
PROLOGUE, INC. Legislative Districts: 5,10,11,42B,41 3 Milford Mill Rd Pikesville, MD 21208 Phone: 410-653-6190 Fax: 410-653-6566 Tim Carroll, Facility & Fleet Manager email@example.com www.prologueinc.org
Full time employees: 5,0000+ Part time employees: 1,000+
SOMERSET COUNTY COMMISSION ON AGING 8928 Sign Post Rd, Ste #3 Westover, MD 21871 Phone: 410-651-3400 Fax: 410-651-3401 Sherree Marshall, Director firstname.lastname@example.org www.somersetmd.us/agencies/commaging.html About: Provides information and referral, support, advocacy, recreation and other services for senior citizens of Somerset County. Star Community, Inc. 13757 Broadfording Church Road Hagerstown, MD 21740
Geographic area: Baltimore & Carroll Counties
Service type: Prologue, a Behavioral Health and Homeless Outreach nonprofit, provides transportation to a variety of appointments, to and from home and our psychiatric rehabilitation program. Transportation is provided to the residents in our Residential Rehabilitation Program, Supportive Housing Program and individuals who live on their own or with care providers. Homeless Outreach uses vehicles to visit campsites and other location in Baltimore County.
Phone: 301-791-0011 Fax: 301- 791-0018 Sandra Miles, Executive Assistant email@example.com www.starcommunityinc.org
Hours of operation: Paratransit: M-F; 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; Residential: 24 hours
Geographic area: Washington and Frederick counties Service type: Residential and day services Hours of operation: 24/7
ST. MARY'S NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER, INC. 21585 Peabody St Leonardtown, MD 20650 Phone: 301-475-8000 Fax: 301-475-3085 TTY: 1-800-735-2258 Melinda Lyon, Operations Director www.smnci.org About: St. Mary’s Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is a long- term care, short-term rehabilitation, and respite care facility. Our 160-bed center is located in beautiful St. Mary’s County. We coordinate our residents’ care through their personal physician and our medical staff. Our full-time Activities Director and her staff offer daily activities for the residents. TRI COUNTY COUNCIL FOR WESTERN MARYLAND, INC. Legislative Districts: 6 One Technology Dr, Ste 1000
WAY STATION, INC. 230 W. Patrick St PO Box 3826 Frederick, MD 21705 Phone: 301-662-0099 Fax: 301-694-9932 www.waystationinc.org
About: Way Station is a private, non-profit behavioral health organization that provides a broad range of services in a variety of settings to meet the needs of children, adolescents, adults, and families. Headquartered in Frederick, Maryland, Way Station has programs in four counties in Maryland and employs about 400 employees. In 2011, Way Station served more than 3,000 individuals. WORCESTER COUNTY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER Legislative Districts: 38 A,B,C 8545 Newark Rd, P.O. Box 70 Newark, MD 21841 Phone: 410-632-2382 Fax: 410-632-2809 Jack Ferry, Executive Director
Frostburg, MD 21532 Phone: 301-689-1300 Fax: 301-689-1313 Leanne Mazer, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org www.tccwmd.org
Geographic area: Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset Counties
Geographic area: Garret, Allegany, Washington counties and rural Frederick
Service type: WCDC Provides Paratransit and Medical Transportation for adults with Intellectual Disabilities who attend day habilitation programming and reside in its residential homes.
Service type: TCCWMD acts as the Regional Coordinating Body for MTA with respect to the 5310, JARC, and Senior Rides Programs. WASHINGTON COUNTY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Legislative Districts: IC, 2A, 2B, 3, 4 433 Brewer Ave Hagerstown, MD 21740 Phone: 301-791-5421 Fax: 301-791-1812 Jan Lawye, Deputy Director email@example.com www.wchdc.org
Hours of operation: M-F; 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Geographic area: WCHDC has served the Washington County area since 1978 and Frederick since July of 1990.
Service type: Transports intellectually/ physically disabled and elderly to day services, employment, employment supports, community outings and medical appointments.Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7
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