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10 Results in category Area Agency on Aging
East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging-Aging and Disability Resource Center coordinates and provides varied programs and services to aging and disabled Kansans and caregivers serving Anderson, Coffey, Franklin, Linn, Miami and Osage counties.
The Office of the Area Agency on Aging is responsible for planning, coordinating, funding and advocating for programs and services which meet the needs of Wyandotte and Leavenworth County residents.
Northeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging is a non-profit agency serving senior citizens and their families. Our service area includes the counties of Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, Marshall, Nemaha and Washington.
The SouthWest Kansas Area Agency on Aging (SWKAAA) is a planning, coordinating and funding agency for services to anyone age 60 and older living in southwest Kansas.
Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging (JAAA) provides information, referral and services for older Kansans and their caregivers residing in Shawnee, Jefferson and Douglas Counties. It is also the Aging and Disabilities Resource Center for the area.
The mission of the Johnson County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is to advocate for and assist older adults in maintaining their independence and dignity through community-based services.
The Northwest Kansas Area Agency on Aging is responsible for administering Older Americans Act programs in the 18 counties of northwest Kansas and serves as the single point of entry to access resources for older Americans and their caregivers.
The South Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging ( SCKAAA) plans advocates for and serves older adults residing in South Central Kansas. SCKAAA is now your local Aging & Disability Resource Center Aging & Disability Resource Center.
The North Central-Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging, Inc., plans, coordinates and sponsors services in 18 north central Kansas counties to enhance the quality and dignity of life for older Kansans and their families.