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Penn-Mar Human Services, Westminster Location Email
115 Stoner Avenue
Westminster, MD 21157-5451

410-876-2179 - voice
410-857-4053 - fax

Office HoursMon-Fri 8:30-4
Contact 1Jackie Stevens
Chief Operating Officer
410-876-2179 - voice
PurposePenn-Mar Human Services is an organization driven by passion and guided by purpose. Our focused and highly dedicated team believes in supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities on their own unique journeys to achieve their personal best. Because we understand the significance of this responsibility, we rely on our guiding values -integrity, excellence, collaboration, innovation, and appreciation - to fuel our collective good. Whether you're an individual with an intellectual disability, a family member, a team member, a volunteer, or a member of the community at large, our goal is to enrich every life we touch and support a life well lived.
ServicePenn-Mar supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in living courageous lives, whether that's securing a job, being an active member of their community, building independence, or developing new relationships. Every person is unique. We all have unique goals, needs, desires, communities, and families. Our approach is to support people in living their best lives, partnering with families and friends, and helping people make meaningful connections within their communities. By providing supports in this way, we can facilitate people living a life of their choosing and achieving their short- and long-term goals. Penn-Mar provides a variety of community living services, day learning services, employment supports, family and peer supports, respite services through our Respite Inn and in-home respite as well as a variety of virtual supports.
EligibilityMust be 21 years or older to be eligible for day learning, community living and personal support services. For peer supports, respite and some employment supports transitioning youth under 21 may qualify.
FeesMost services provided are funded through Maryland's Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) and or the Division of Rehabilitative Services (DORS).
Ages ServedMajority of services and supports are provided to those 21 or older but there are a select set of services provided for transitioning youth under 21.
Area ServedServes Carroll County, Baltimore County, Howard County, and Frederick County.
SubjectsBlind And Visually Impaired, Developmental Disabilities, Disabled, Medical Supplies - Free/Rental/Sale, Recycling, Respite Care, Sheltered Workshops, Special Education, Support Groups, Vocational Training/Counseling, Volunteers - Needed
Last Updated21 September 2021