Various programs providing short-term, long-term, medical case management, family caregiver support, and other supports and services to help coordinate care for older and disabled adults.
Trained Community Resource Specialists providing immediate services including options counseling, dependent adult/elder abuse education and prevention training, and limited utility assistance.
Programs and services providing information and assistance with public transportation reimbursement to volunteers who transport older adults, and a range of programs and services designed to encourage disabled and older adults to be socially engaged.
Meal programs for senior/community centers and homebound older adults, and nutrition classes and information to encourage healthy choices on a limited budget.
Professional staff and trained volunteers investigate and resolve complaints made by, or on behalf of, residents of long-term care facilities. To contact the Long Term Care Ombudsman directly,
Provides community education and individualized one-to-one counseling on Medicare, managed care, and other private health insurance issues. To contact a HICAP counselor directly,
call (909) 256-8369, or toll free (800) 434-0222.
Office on Aging provides 27 different programs and services, which are free to those who qualify.
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Office on Aging’s Publications webpage offers a number of print resources on various aging and disability topics to keep you connected and informed.
Click here to visit our Publications webpage.
The Network of Care website provides a wealth of resources for older adults, persons with disabilities, their caregivers, and other service providers.
Click here to visit Network of Care.
Office on Aging has two (2) Information and Education Vans (Info Vans) that are available to participate in community events, fairs, and conduct small presentations.
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