Our Mission

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

Hyattsville Aging in Place is the recipient of a FY 2024 Community Partnership Grant from the Prince George’s County Office of the County Executive. The funding will go to support HAP’s food delivery program, as well as transportation. Last year, a Community Partnership Grant helped HAP deliver more than 1.1 tons of fresh produce to Hyattsville seniors, along with a number of complete meals.

Have you seen the new Hyattsville Transportation Guide for Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities? HAP worked with the city to create this guide about transportation resources and how to access them, including Metro’s Senior SmartTrip cards, various call-a-bus services, and much more! Download a copy in English or Spanish.

Images of HAP at work during 2022The HAP 2023 Annual Report outlines what we accomplished in 2023, as well as our ongoing work to support Hyattsville’s older adults.

HAP is part of Prince George’s County Village Connection, which is working to seed new Villages across the county. Visit PGCVC.org to find out more!

Programs & Activities

100 Years of Ice Cream at the University of Maryland College Park

Join University of Maryland dairy scientist Dr. Mark A. Varner to learn about ice cream and the University of Maryland’s century-long connection…

 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….