The Assisted Living Program is a type of living arrangement for adults that combines housing with support services.
Through the National Family Caregivers Support Program, we are able to offer services which may provide emotional and/or financial support to persons providing care to a family member age 60 or older.
Assistance to persons living alone in their own homes is provided through the In-Home Services Program.
A contracted service is available with the Legal Aid Bureau to assist income eligible seniors over the age of 60 with situations that warrant legal intervention.
The Ombudsman is responsible for receiving, investigating and attempting to resolve complaints received from residents of long term care facilities or individuals acting on their behalf.
The goal of the Community First Choice is to enable older adults to remain in a community setting even though a medical condition or disability would warrant placement in a long-term care facility.
Review the proclamation designating May as Older Americans Month.
Senior Care is a network of services that assists medically and financially eligible seniors age 65 and over who are in need of coordinated in-home care.
Information on services to the elderly such as housing, transportation, health care, financial benefits, and much more is available at the Department of Aging.
This free service is for those elderly persons living alone and in need of daily contact to check on their well-being.