Funding priorities for the N/S AAA include nutrition, transportation, and access to services for older adults and their caregivers. Support emphasizes helping older adults age in place for as long as possible. We do this through our funded and non-funded partners and the Advisory Council on Aging.
Family Caregiving Services and Supports
Support programs and respite for family and unpaid caregivers.
Family Caregiving Support for Adults with Cognitive Impairment
Services and support information for family and unpaid caregivers who are caring for adults suffering from cognitive impairments, including Alzheimer's disease.
Family Caregiving for Seniors Caring for Children
Support information for older adults who are the primary unpaid caregivers for children.
Non Emergency Case Management Assistance
Individualized assistance to locate and connect with social services.
LGBTQ Case Management and Peer Counseling
Case management, peer counseling, support, and outreach to the LGBTQ community.
Health, Nutrition, Exercise Classes
Programs, classes, and meetings promoting healthy, active lifestyle.
Independent Living Resource Centers
Services, life skills, and resources for adults with disabilities.
Cash and Material Aid
Cash and material aid to support older adults in preparing for emergency situations and assisting with current emergencies.
Senior Emergency Financial Assistance Program
One-time, financial assistance for housing-related emergencies.
Fall assessments, home modifications, and education materials to reduce falls and the fear of falling.
Health Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program
Individualized assistance to explain health insurance options with trained counselors.
Housing Assistance Services
Assistance locating housing options for low-income older adults.
Information and Assistance
Assistance locating and connecting with social service programs and providers.
Legal counseling services.
MSSP -- Multipurpose Senior Services Program
Long-term services and supports for low-income older adults who qualify for MediCal.
Long Term Care Ombudsman Services
Advocates for persons living in licensed long-term care facilities.
Meals on Wheels and Congregate Meals
Home delivered meals and meals served in congregate settings to older adults and their caregivers.
Senior Meal Boxes
Boxes of shelf stable food for older adults.
Volunteer Ride Programs
Volunteer, on-demand rides provided by volunteer drivers to medical appointments and grocery shopping.
County Transportation Options
List of transportation options available within the county, including reduced fare options, travel training, fixed routes, and door-to-door.
Connecting veterans and their dependents with resources.
Friendly Visiting and Calling
Connecting homebound older adults with regular visits and phone calls from caring volunteers.