Boosting Mental Health and
Overall Well-Being

From coping with a loss to dealing with other important concerns or transitions in life, we know it can sometimes be hard to ask for help. We make it easy for you to get the support you need in order to enhance your quality of life. 

Here’s some of our services that can help:

  • Therapy and Counseling Services
    Highly-trained and experienced licensed mental health professionals (social workers, professional counselors, psychologists, psychiatric providers) provide consultations; individual, couples, and family therapy; psychiatric services; and psychotherapy groups. These groups help older adults address many situations that cause emotional distress, including but not limited to stress, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, family conflict, and life transitions.

  • Grief Support Services
    • Grieving Together: Moving Forward After a Loved One’s Death
      The death of someone we cared about can leave us with a range of emotions and reactions. Join an 8-week group for adults to connect with others who are grieving, give and receive emotional support and learn ways to care for yourself and adjust to life after loss.
  • Wellness Conversations and Support Groups
    • Good Company: Virtual Get Togethers for People 55+
      Want to connect for some company and conversation? Drop in for a chat, bring a friend, and make some new ones at this free, twice-monthly group.

    • Living with Low Vision
      If you have macular degeneration or other visual impairments, this free, twice-monthly group offers conversation, support and the latest information on resources and assistive technology.

    • Living with Parkinson’s Disease
      If you are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease or care for someone who is, this free, monthly group provides education and support for coping with the physical, emotional and social impact of the disease.

    • Suicide Loss Survivors Group
      If you have experienced the death of a loved one by suicide, this free, monthly group offers a space to share and process your grief with others who have had a similar loss, get guidance and support from a grief specialist, and learn coping strategies.

  • Care Partner Conversations
    • When Your Loved One has Parkinson’s Disease
      If you are a care partner to someone with Parkinson’s Disease, this free, monthly group is a safe, confidential space to have conversations, share experiences, receive support and gather resources.

    • When Your Loved One has Dementia
      This free group meets twice a month and offers support, resources and education for caregivers of persons with dementia.

  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
    Helps people with chronic mental illness maintain or improve social living skills and functioning at home and in the community. One-on-one and group support is provided to help individuals maximize independence and prevent relapse or re-hospitalization.

  • Eldercare Management and Consultation
    A fee for service program, eldercare management supports aging individuals in their desire to continue living in their own homes or other settings with maximum independence and dignity while providing their family and caregivers with peace of mind. Professional care managers provide expert guidance, resources, healthcare advocacy and care planning and coordination.

  • Prevention, Intervention, Consultation and Advocacy Services for Victims of Abuse
    Confidential, free services for older adults experiencing abuse and those who suspect an older adult is being abused.

Call 410-500-5328 to speak to an AgeWell Specialist, Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Or email

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