How does council on aging make a difference?

COA is unique in it's effort to secure financial assitance (through donations and grants), so low-income clients can access supplemental care.
Serving the Need
of COA clients are at of below poverty level
Medical Demand
of the trips provided are for access to medical care service
Making Access Possible
of our clients are dependent on our financial assitance (through donations and grants) for transportation to medical appointments
Physically Unable
of clients are wheelchair bound limiting their capacity to access public transportation
Activity Center
participants building friendships and wellness through education and exercise
Investing in the Community
placed back in the local economy by increasing the disposable income of participants in the Medical Savings Program
Maintaining Safety
of in-home care clients rely on our financial support to secure house cleaning, grocery shopping, personal care, and meal preparation which become too physically demanding for them