Project Home is a residential program that certifies Maryland citizens to provide, in their homes, the room, board, assistance and supervision needed by adult with disabilities who are unable to live alone without support.
- The Project Home program offers protective living including room, board, assistance with activities of daily living, recreational and social activities, medication monitoring, transportation to medical appointments and supervision.
- Project Home residents are screened, assessed and placed by the local Department of Social Services.
- Residents in the program receive intensive case management services provided by the local Department of Social Services.
- Adults age 18 and over, who have a disability and are willing and able to live in a family setting are eligible to apply.
- Documentation of disability, income, ability to self-medicate or ability to learn to self-medicate and functional capability will be required.
- To find out if Project Home is available in your county, contact the local Department of Social Services and ask for Project Home.
For more in-depth assistance, contact your local MAP office directly or call the statewide toll-free number (1-844-627-5465).