Below are resources you may find helpful regarding disability rights, government benefits, and medical care and insurance.
Maryland resources for individuals with disabilities, such as accessible housing, employment, transitioning youth, community living, technology assistance, barrier free living, and transportation.
Request a Social Security Card, apply for disability benefits online, or sign up for a mySocialSecurity account to manage your benefits online.
SSI Child Disability Starter Kit, for basic information on the application and eligibility process for children with disabilities.
Learn more about the benefits disabled veterans can receive from the Social Security Administration.
Sign up or change Medicare plans, manage your health benefits, and find out what is covered by Medicare.
Learn about eligibility requirements to apply for Medicaid and CHIP, and what medical care may be covered.
Learn about eligibility requirements and how to apply for Maryland Children's Health Program (SCHIP).
Enroll in or update your Affordable Care Act (ACA) health insurance plan.
Learn about services offered to Maryland seniors, such as long term care services, elder abuse prevention, and caregiver support.
Learn about social service programs offered to Maryland residents, such as homeless services, "food stamps," Medicaid, and Temporary Cash Assistance for low income families.
Learn about programs and treatment available to Maryland residents with substance abuse, alcohol abuse, and behavioral health concerns.
Apply for and learn about services offered to disabled and elderly residents, such as government benefits, and caregiver support.
Apply for and learn about services offered to DC residents, such elder abuse prevention, homeless services, medical assistance, and interim disability assistance.
Learn about the laws and regulations under the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), and what rights persons with disabilities have under the ADA.