Our Mission

Our mission is to help Hyattsville residents stay in their homes and remain active in the community as they age.

HAP is proud to have won one of two 2022 Founders Awards from WAVE — Washingtion Area Villages Exchange for our food security efforts during 2021.

Images from HAP's 2021 food insecurity program effortsLearn more about HAP’s 2021 and ongoing work to ensure food security for Hyattsville’s older adults.

Register today for “Hunt, Gather, Make,” our next Corridor Conversation organized by Hyattsville Aging in Place, Helping Hands University Park, Neighbors Helping Neighbors College Park, and Explorations on Aging with support from the City of Hyattsville.

Programs & Activities

Hunt, Gather, & Make

What do you need to make a work of art?  Almost anything can be used to make art! In this Corridor…

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Being a Food Critic

James Beard Award-winning food writer and columnist for The Washington Post Tim Carman will discuss what it’s like being a food critic, how…

The Political & The Personal: The Poetry of the Women’s Liberation Movement

Drawing on personal experiences and scholarship, Deborah Rosenfelt, Ph.D., Professor Emerita in the Harriet Tubman Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality…

 Get Involved

Hyattsville Aging in Place (HAP) is building a community where every resident is valued and seniors get the information and the help they need to stay in their homes and be active as long as possible. Find out more…

HAP would love to have you as a member, volunteer, or both! Find out more about what it means to be a member and how you can volunteer!  Click here….

Help HAP build an intergenerational community in Hyattsville. Become a member, support our programs.  Find out more about how you can help….