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FY 2011 Federal Grants and Contracts Awarded to DC Office on Aging

Title Description Amount Funding Period
Older Americans Act Title 111B Administrative and community based services i.e., in home services, day care, case management, transportation, wellness center programs, recreation, caregivers' support, respite, employment and job training, health insurance counseling and information and assistance. $1,823,323 Oct 1, 2010–Sep 30, 2011
Older Americans Act Title 111C1 Congregate meals, nutrition counseling, counseling and nutrition education. $2,181,876 Oct 1, 2010–Sep 30, 2011
Older Americans Act Title 111C2 Home delivered meals for the homebound frail elderly, which includes a minimum of 33 1/3 percent of the daily recommended dietary allowance. $1,077,496 Oct 1, 2010–Sep 30, 2011
Older Americans Act Title 111D Disease prevention and health promotion services. Includes health risk assessments, health promotion programs, weight loss and control, stress management, and education to prevent incorrect medication and adverse drug reactions. $104,920 Oct 1, 2010–Sep 30, 2011
Older Americans Act Title 111E National family caregiver support program. Support services for caregivers i.e., information regarding available services, counseling, respite care, and supplemental services. $763,389 Oct 1, 2010–Sep 30, 2011
Older Americans Act Title V11 Vulnerable elder rights protection activities. Long term care ombudsman program, prevention of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation. $108,321 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2011
Older Americans Act Title 311 Nutrition services incentive program. Funding for congregate and home delivered meals. $600,652 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2011
DHHS–Administration on Aging Strengthening DCOA/ADRC. Funding to enhance DCOA/ADRC administrative capacity in the areas of outreach and program development. $453,889 Sep 30, 2010–Sep 29, 2012
DHHS—Administration on Aging DC Lifespan Respite Program. Purpose is to strengthen and expand respite program for DC seniors. $199,999 Sep 30, 2009–Sep 29, 2012
DHHS—Administration on Aging Alzheimer's disease therapeutic engagement compassionate touch project. A therapeutic program for Alzheimer's clients.. $256,146 Sep 1, 2010 -Aug 31, 2011
DHHS—Administration on Aging Strengthening DCOA/ADRC through an options counseling and assistance program. $500,000 Sep 30, 2010–Sep 29, 2012
DHHS—Administration on Aging—Demo Grant Purpose to focus on evidence-based diseased and disability prevention at the community level. $50,000 Mar 31, 2010–Mar 30, 2012
DHHS—Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services State health insurance counseling and assistance for senior who are eligible for medicare, through individual counseling, community education programs, and advocacy. $147,971 Apr 1, 2011–Mar 31, 2012
DHHS—Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Purpose of the program is to provide outreach, education and enrollment assistance to help medicare beneficiaries in applying for medicare savings program, improve access to these benefits through individual counseling, community education and systems change advocacy. $83,877 Sep 30, 2010–Sep 29, 2012
District of Columbia Local Appropriation DCOA Local Appropriation funding is awarded to twenty-one non-profit community based organizations, and food service contractors to provide programs and services for the District's seniors who are age 60 and older. $16,165,000* Oct 1, 2010–Sep 30, 2011
Intra-District Funding The DC Office on Aging receives Intra-District Funding from DC Health Care Finance for the Aging and Disabilities Resource Center to provide a single entry point system, or a one-stop resource center
providing access to government and private services to the District
elderly residents age 60 and older and persons with Disabilities age 18 and older.
$1,855,999 Oct 1, 2010–Sep 30, 2011

*Public Document available by request via DC Office of the Chief Financial Officer.