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CHAI helps older adults remain safe, independent and engaged in their own homes in the communities they cherish.

For information on Aging in Community programs, services and events, contact CHAI’s Intake Specialist at 410-500-LIFE (5433).

Senior Home Repair & Benefits

CHAI’s Senior Home Repair and Benefits team helps older adults remain safe and independent as they age by providing services and information essential to healthy and successful living.

The work of Home Repair Technicians improves residents’ quality of life through accessibility improvements, rehabilitation, weatherization, and environmental hazard remediation.

Benefits Counselors provide individual needs-screening and application assistance for access to public and private housing benefits and resources for income-eligible homeowners 62+.

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Northwest Neighbors Connecting

Northwest Neighbors Connecting (NNC) is a member-led community of active, creative and independent adults who connect with and care for one another through an array of support services, social and wellness programs, and cultural and educational activities to support each other’s ability to age in place.

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The Edward A. Myerberg Center

The Myerberg Center is a bustling community center where adults 55 and older stay active, engaged, healthy, and connected. Members enjoy over 125 classes each year – in art, literature, current events, popular culture, technology, health and fitness, foreign language and religion.

Although Myerberg facilities are currently closed, you can join the action at the Myerberg’s innovative Virtual Center for active adults, which offers over 40 weekly live virtual programs that include fitness, humanities, technology, art, social groups and more!

Explore the Myerberg Center

Become a Tech-Savvy Senior at the Myerberg's Tech-Knowledge Hub

The Tech-Knowledge Hub provides educational courses for older adults that promote lifelong learning. Through a variety of courses, seniors can learn and access computer technologies to enhance their lives and share their knowledge.

Some popular courses include:

  • Entertainment Online
  • Discover Facebook
  • Zoom Q&A
  • Finance Apps
  • Apple Watch 101
  • Wellness on the Web
  • Using Shutterfly
  • One on One Sessions
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"It is so good to have an organization like this to turn to for help when you are aging at home."

– Sylvia Eisenberg

Transportation for Adults Aging in Community

CHAI’s transportation services are temporarily suspended due to COVID.   

When driving is no longer an option, CHAI provides seniors with trusted transportation opportunities that allow them to live healthy, independent, and engaged lives.


Northwest Senior Shuttle

The Northwest Senior Shuttle is a local circulator available to residents of CHAI’s Senior Living Communities and members of Northwest Neighbors Connecting that offers group transportation to shopping, appointments and a variety of entertainment.



CHAIway is a volunteer driver program providing door-to-door transportation by trained and vetted volunteers so seniors can stay mobile and connected, ensuring access to medical appointments, shopping, social engagements and more.






For more information or to volunteer for CHAIway contact CHAI’s Intake Specialist at 410-500- LIFE (5433).


CHAI is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of its transportation services on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability or LEP as protected by Title VI in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Circular 4702.1B. If you need more information or feel you are being denied participation in or being denied benefits of the transit services provided by CHAI, or otherwise being discriminated against because of your race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability or LEP, please contact Tiffany Nicolette, Vice President of Housing and Services at