Who We Help

Each year, HealthCare Access Maryland helps 145,000 individuals connect to the care they need to become healthier.

We reach the most vulnerable residents across Maryland. We work with diverse populations to bridge gaps in services, and ensure each individual receives the right care and supports to meet their needs.

During our 20+ years, we’ve learned to address the complex health and social needs of many populations. We have specialized programming to support:

Pregnant and Postpartum Women


People Experiencing Homelessness

Youth in Foster Care

People with Substance Use Disorders

Individuals Recently Released from Jail

Serving Maryland Residents

Based in downtown Baltimore City, our reach extends to individuals across Maryland. HealthCare Access Maryland provides healthcare coverage enrollment services to residents living in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Howard County, Carroll County, and Frederick County. We additionally offer a range of programs supporting the complex care and social needs of Maryland residents across multiple counties. Lastly, we reach individuals across the state through the Returning Citizen HealthLink program, with a trained team embedded statewide in Maryland’s state prisons. In all that we do, we are committed to making Maryland residents healthier.

*The Returning Citizens HealthLink program is embedded statewide in Maryland’s state prisons. Returning citizens receive assistance enrolling in health insurance and referrals to supportive services prior to being released from custody. The majority of individuals served return to their home communities in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince George’s County.

Understanding Each Person We Help

At HealthCare Access Maryland, we know that many factors contribute to each individual’s overall health. Our staff work with each client to assess their unique needs and social determinants of health. We then tailor services and care to ensure each person has the support systems and resources in place to meet their health goals.

Adapted from NEJM We Can Do Better – Improving the Health of the American People