Hyattsville Aging in Place is committed to helping senior citizens live active, engaged, and independent lives. While the current pandemic changes how we work it does not change our mission. HAP continues to work to combat social isolation, help with transportation to necessary medical appointments, and provide support services, such as grocery and supply delivery.
We are sorry to say that we no longer have funds available from the Greater Washington Community Foundation grant to provide limited financial assistance to seniors and their households.
As of June 17, we have a waiting list and if we receive additional assistance, we will post a message here. To receive help, you must be 60 years old or older, have a Hyattsville address, and be in need due to the coronavirus pandemic. Priority is given to households referred to HAP by a Hyattsville city official, a local faith leader, or an organization or medical provider that serves Hyattsville residents.
To request other services from HAP, please fill out our Get Support form. In general, HAP services are focused on residents of the City of Hyattsville.
HAP has entered into a partnership to provide transportation to medical appointments. This new service connects seniors with a rideshare driver via telephone. They do not need Uber, Lyft, or any other app, and HAP will cover the cost of the ride until grant funds run out.
HAP also continues to need volunteers to support our Neighbors in ways that maintain social distancing. HAP Volunteers help deliver groceries, masks, and supplies; make telephone check-ins; and help seniors troubleshoot household and yard problems. To learn more about volunteering with HAP, visit our Get Involved page. Another way to support HAP’s work is with a tax-deductible online donation.