Aging and Disability Resources

Friendly and knowledgeable staff are available to help you access services for older adults and people with disabilities


Caregiver Programs

Family Caregiver Support Program

The Family Caregiver Support Program helps unpaid caregivers care for their loved ones while meeting their own mental, physical, and emotional needs.

Lifespan Respite Program

Lifespan Respite offers vouchers for unpaid caregivers to provide a break from the demands of caregiving.

Relatives as Parents Program

This kinship caregiver program supports non-parental relatives who are providing fulltime care to a child.  

Senior Companion Program 

Senior Companion volunteers provide friendship and give families and other caregivers a break from their duties. Volunteers assist with daily activities such as shopping, paying bills, and running errands. 

Medicare and Health Insurance

Volunteer advisors will help you understand your rights and options, and offer up-to-date information so that you can make an informed decision concerning your health insurance needs.


Multicultural Outreach and Services

The Multicultural Senior Center provides older adults, age 60+, the opportunity to visit with friends and enjoy a nutritious hot meal. Bilingual social workers are available to provide information and assistance to the Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Filipino, Russian/Ukrainian, and Vietnamese communities.