Hawaii County Office of Aging (HCOA)
The Hawai'i County Office of Aging (HCOA) was established in 1966 and serves to represent the County of Hawai'i in the planning, coordination, advocacy, and administration of programs for older persons in the county. The Office is a designated Area Agency on Aging, enabling the county to receive federal funds through the Older Americans Act of 1965.
There are over 650 Area Agencies on Aging in the country that represent the interests of older persons at the community level. The State Executive Office on Aging is the designated State Unit on Aging and is the lead agency in the aging network at the state level. The Administration on Aging heads the aging network at the federal level. The Hawai'i County Office of Aging works through the County, State Executive Office on Aging, and the Federal Administration on Aging for its major funding support.
To establish a comprehensive and coordinated system of services in Hawai'i County that enable older people to live independently and with dignity.
The following services are funded through the Hawai’i County Office of Aging:
Adult Day Care
Education and Training
Home Delivered Meals
Information and Assistance
Long-Term Care Access
ADRC Statewide: (808)643-2372
Hilo: 961-8626 Kona: 323-4390