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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​2021-2025 Area Plans, Budgets and Staffi​ng

Clackamas County Social ServicesArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Community Action Program East Central OregonArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Community Action Team, Inc.Area PlanBudget and Staffing
Community Connection of Northeast OregonArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Council on Aging of Central OregonArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Douglas County Senior and Disabilities ServicesArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Harney County Senior and Community Services CenterArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Klamath and Lake Counties Council on AgingArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Lane Council of Governments Senior and Disabled ServicesArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Malheur Council on AgingArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Multnomah County Aging, Disability and Veterans Services DivisionArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Northwest Senior and Disability ServicesArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Oregon Cascades West Council of  Governments – Senior and Disability ServicesArea PlanBudget and Staffing
Rogue Valley Council of GovernmentsArea PlanBudget and Staffing
South Coast Business Employment Corp.Area PlanBudget and Staffing
Washington County Disability, Aging and Veteran ServicesArea PlanBudget and Staffing

​2022 Annual Area Plan Update

2021-2025 Area Plan Instructions and Templates ​​

Area Plan Training(s) and Resources 

LGBT Aging Resources

Resources for working with people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Area Plan Data Sources

Area Plan Data from SUA

2010-2014 American Community Survey (Census) Estimates 

Disability Data/Statistics 

Other Data Resources

Oregon Community Health Needs Assessments & Improvement Plans
Oregon’s Office of Rural Health in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority’s Transformation Center and Public Health Division, created an interactive map of the most recent Community Health Needs Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plans for Oregon's non-profit hospitals, local public health authorities and CCOs.​


The National Council on Aging has developed visualization tools to help understand and support underserve​d communities in each state. These visualization tools were created to help benefits counselors identify underserved communities of individuals in their geographic area who may be eligible for public benefits but are not enrolled in those programs. These tools may be helpful in making decisions about where to target outreach efforts,and creating culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate outreach and application assistance.