Service and Programs

The Aging and Disability Resource Center honors choice, supports dignity and maximizes independence. There is no cost for the services of the Aging and Disability Resource Center.

How We Help

We will talk with you wherever it is most convenient for you-in our office, in your home, over the phone, or by email. We answer simple questions. We can assist when you are faced with making decisions during confusing and difficult times.

Who We Help

Older adults 60+ and adults (age 18-59) with physical, developmental disabilities, or aging issues. Children with disabilities as they transition into the adult services system. Adults with mental health or substance abuse concerns. Caregivers. Concerned family members, friends, and guardians.


Information, assistance, and referral for local community resources. Counseling on options to meet needs. Assistance to apply for public benefit programs such as Medicare. Advocacy to help with benefit programs, health insurance, housing, or consumer issues. Prevention and health promotion programs. Help when someone is being abused or when someone is neglecting their own care. Determine eligibility for publicly funded long term care programs.

Resources We Can Help You Find

  • Homemaking and chore help
  • In-home personal care
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Transportation
  • Supportive employment
  • Memory services and evaluation
  • Support Groups
  • Senior dining centers
  • Home delivered meals
  • Housing and low-income apartments
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Medicare, Part D, and Medicare supplements
  • Prescription Drug assistance
  • Medicaid (Title 19)
  • Caregiver support
  • And More!

For more services see the Resource Guide