Aging & Disability Resource Connection
Area Agency on Aging Business
Elder Rights & Abuse Prevention
Family Caregiver Programs
OPI-Oregon Project Independence
Senior Employment Program
Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP)
Services to Native Americans
Training Resources & Materials
There are 17 Area Agencies on Aging across Oregon that administer and support community-based care services.
AAAs Advocate for older adults living in their area, develop community-based long-term care services to meet the needs of those adults and administer funds to implement services. Most services coordinated by AAAs are provided through community service providers at the local level. This section contains program information designed for staff members of Oregon's AAAs.
Attachment A (2017-2020 Area Plan Instructions for AAA's
Attachment B (Example of Section B-1 Population Profile
Attachment C (Service matrix and Delivery Method)
Title VI Grantees in Oregonitle VI Grantees in Oregon
Nine Tribes of Oregon
Nine Tribes of Oregon Service Area by County
Eligible OAA Services for Meeting Minimum Title III-B Expenditure Requirements
Title III - State and Community Programs on Aging
Title VII - Vulnerable Elder Rights Protection Activities
Nutrition Services Incentive Program
Request to Transfer Funds
Request to Utilize IIIB Funds for Matrix #20-3 Program Coordination & Development
Request to Utilize OPI for Other Services
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