At GEDCO, we believe that Baltimore’s older adults, regardless of their incomes, should have access to the highest quality of housing with supportive services. We accomplish this through our housing communities of Gallagher Mansion and Stadium Place, and additionally through our activity center, Senior Network of North Baltimore. We also offer housing and support for people with disabilities over the age of 55 at Epiphany House.
All individuals should live meaningful and engaged lives. Our goal at GEDCO is to empower older adults in Baltimore City, to age with dignity in a thriving community having purposeful experiences.
Why Older Adults?
Of the many individuals overlooked and without a voice, older adults are the largest in our community, and as Baby Boomers age, this population is becoming larger. There are many struggles which older adults can encounter including abuse, dementia, physical disabilities, chronic diseases, diversity/minority issues, income insecurity, and more.
What Can GEDCO Do?
Through housing with supportive services, GEDCO is able to create stable, engaging and meaningful homes for older adults and seniors. Our full time staff and supportive services include Activity Coordinators, Service Coordinators, transportation, Eating Together lunch programs, fresh and discounted/free produce, and so much more. By growing our housing communities, we hope to be able to reach a larger population of individuals who are truly in need.
|Heritage Run Apartments|
|Senior Network of North Baltimore|
GEDCO’s Gallagher Mansion serves older adults, ages 62 and older, by providing an active, safe living community with supportive services.
In 1997, GEDCO received a Preservation Project Award from the Maryland Historical Trust “for its perseverance in returning Gallagher Mansion, a beautiful 1855 Baltimore villa…to its prominence in the Govans neighborhood.”
- Residents age with dignity and live full, active lives through the assistance of a Service Coordinator who coordinates resident access to a shuttle bus, manages links to information and resources, and assists residents in organizing activities and programs of interest such as community parties, afternoon teas, and a garden club.
For more information
- Call GEDCO’s Gallagher Mansion at 410-435-4416
- Contacts: Nikeba Gough and Wanda Carter
- Address: 431 Notre Dame Lane Baltimore, MD 21212
Stadium Place is a national exemplar community that serves over 425 older adults (62+) with mixed incomes by providing housing with supportive services. GEDCO serves as the master developer and has invested approximately $50 million in this unique redevelopment project through support from various public and private partners and investors. These supporters include the State of Maryland, Baltimore City, Enterprise Homes, Presbyterian Senior Living, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Stadium Place sits on the site of Baltimore’s former Memorial Stadium.
The Village Center offers much needed retail and office space for the area.
- Residents offer to assist one another with daily chores, errands and tasks through our Neighbor Helping Neighbor Program.
- A Services Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator form meaningful relationships with residents and work with residents to coordinate activities and programs such as resident councils, birthday and holiday parties, trips, game nights, bingo, craft club, etc.
- Service Coordinators also provide assessments, orientations, assistance with social service concerns, and on-going linkages to community services for residents.
- The Eating Together in Baltimore program coordinated by the Baltimore City Commission on Aging and Retirement Education is offered daily on weekdays.
- A weekly shopping shuttle and planned trips managed by Action in Maturity are offered to residents
- A Geriatric Physician and a Doctor of Podiatry are available for residents on campus to provide services in a medical suite and/or in the apartments.
Amenities & Features
Stadium Place features a full service Y of Central Maryland; a “Community-Built Playground”; The Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Stadium Place, a residential, long-term care home and short-term rehabilitation center; and ThanksGiving Place, a small meditative park with a labyrinth that reflects the faith-based partnerships that sponsor Stadium Place.
Residents live in one of five high-rise apartment buildings that have private, independent, and spacious rooms.
Each of the apartment buildings at Stadium Place contains a special amenity such as a mini-movie theater, a convenience store, a beauty salon, and/or a computer lab.
Stadium Place Community Updates:
We are dedicated to improving our residents’ quality of life. To do so, we have multiple plans-in-action to add to our existing facilities. The Village Center is underway, which will have 70 units of housing, in addition to a Physical Therapy Practice, Polished Nail Spa, and Dunkin’ Donuts on site. We are also looking to fill space with healthy eating options. The Village Center at Stadium Place project is moving along successfully with a targeted building delivery date in late January 2021. Located along Ednor Road and East 33rd Street, the Village Center will further Stadium Place’s mission: to maximize the physical, social and spiritual potential of individuals through a holistic continuum of support services and housing for older adults.
For More Information
Learn about Stadium Place’s bright future with our upcoming development project, the Elkader Way.
Contact Nikeba Gough, Assistant Director, Older Adult Services at 410-467-2572
Contact Ted Gross, the Chief Program Officer at 410-433-2442 ext. 12
- The Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Stadium Place: 1010 East 33rd Street
- Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Court Apartments: 1020 East 33rd Street
- Venable Apartments II: 1030 East 33rd Street
- Ednor Apartments I:1040 East 33rd Street
- Ednor Apartments II: 1050 East 33rd Street
- Heritage Run Apartments: 1080 East 33rd Street
Heritage Run Apartments
Presbyterian Senior Living, LLC, in partnership with GEDCO, provides residents ages 62 years and older with a maintenance-free lifestyle, as well as access to onsite services and amenities, for a truly exceptional value. Utilities included in rental cost and a full-service gym with pool is available on the campus.
For More Information
Visit heritagerun.org or please call 410-235-1706.
Address: 1080 East 33rd Street Baltimore, MD 21218
GEDCO’s Epiphany House serves low-income, older adults (age 55+) with disabilities and seniors, ages 62 and older, by providing an active, safe living community with supportive services. Epiphany House was the first senior services housing community opened by the faith communities that formed GEDCO. It is a renovated antebellum hotel that accommodates 33 residents in cozy efficiency apartments and shared areas for dining and recreation.
- Residents age with dignity and live full, active lives through the assistance of a Service Coordinator who identifies activities and programs of interest, oversees program implementation, and forms meaningful relationship with residents.
- An Eating Together lunch program (sponsored by the Baltimore City Commission on Aging and Retirement Education, CARE) is offered four days each week.
- Regular group activities take place, including bingo, cookouts, planned trips, group dinner and game nights, and more.
For More Information
- Call Epiphany House at 410-323-0908
- Address: 5610 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212
- Click here for a housing application
Senior Network of North Baltimore
GEDCO’s Senior Network of North Baltimore serves older adults by providing social activities, exercise programs, health classes, information services, recreational activities, and referrals that allow members to remain active and independent. The diversity of our center is evident in the activities we provide-there is something for everyone! Programs are enhanced by our partnerships with other organizations.
SNNB has been a part of the north Baltimore community for many years, and works in partnership with Govans Presbyterian Church. The center engages more than 500 older adults annually.
There’s always time to be social with us at the center during bingo, planned trips, knitting class, language classes, computer classes, Bible study, book club, Reminiscing Group, Bridge Club, arts and crafts, wine and cheese parties, Friday lunches, movie times, ice cream socials, and games and trivia!
Keeping the body healthy is important to us here at the center, and we do so through chair exercises, aerobics, line dancing, tai chi, and zumba classes, as well as through flu shots, blood pressure testing and vision/hearing screenings.
Referrals to outside resources always are available at the network, especially for legal services, housing, in-home care, food pantries, financial assistance, eldercare locators, health agencies, and transportation. We provide these referrals through our continued relationships with University of Maryland Pharmacists, the Good Samaritan Hospital, an I&A Specialist, the Maryland Energy Assistance Program, Medicare and Medicaid programs, nutrition assistance, and more.
For More Information
- Call GEDCO’s Senior Network of North Baltimore at 410-323-7131
- Hours of Operation are 9:00 am-2:00 pm, weekdays only.
- Contact: Gwendolyn Lloyd
- Address: 5828 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212