Legal services, advice and guidance for seniors in the District of Columbia.
Organizations and support groups for aging and the elderly within the LGBT community.
Resources to assist caregivers with regaining perspective and finding respite programs.
Learn more about long-term care ombudsman services for aging residents in the District.
Information to help plan for your or your loved-one's long-term care needs.
Supportive services for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and their caregivers.
Get support with making decisions and determing appropriate choices for you and your loved ones.
DCOA Information & Referral/Assistance unit Monday through Friday between 8:30 am and 4:45 pm by telephone, (202) 724-5626
Fresh fruits and vegetables for eligible seniors in the District of Columbia.
Help seniors live safely, comfortably and actively in their own homes and connect with their neighbors.
City-wide health education and applied learning centers for DC seniors 60 years and older.
Stay informed about projects and events for seniors, person's with disabilities and caregivers.
Providing elderly residents with transportation services for medical appointments, recreation, social outings, and other needs.
Citywide volunteer opportunites for District seniors and people with disabilities.