Social Services at the Myerberg
The Edward A. Myerberg Center provides useful resources and referrals that help older adults live actively and independently in Baltimore. Our social services give important social interaction and access to quality health resources to enhance and enrich the quality of life.
We offer a wide variety of social services, including:
Health Screenings and Services
We provide basic health screenings and referrals, flu and pneumonia vaccinations, and a low vision clinic for older adults in the community.
Our on site Senior Benefits Counselor can provide support services to help seniors remain independent, safe, and secure in the homes they cherish and the communities they love. Contact Morgan at email@example.com.
The Myerberg Center in partnership with Jewish Community Services of Baltimore hosts on site support groups.
> Dementia Caregiver Support group at 10:00am on the third Monday of the month
> Low Vision Support Group at 1:30pm on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month
> Parkinson’s Support Group at 2:00pm on the second Tuesday of the month
Eating Together in Baltimore
This popular program serves over 17,000 hot, nutritious Kosher meals each year to adults 60 and over. Enjoy the warm atmosphere and the camaraderie of Eating Together.
To help older adults avoid social and physical isolation, Senior Sundays at the Myerberg Center provide interaction where participants share a light meal and enjoy live entertainment and companionship.
For more information about social services at the Myerberg Center, contact Toba Morganstein at 443-963-1449.