Specific Populations & Needs
Seniors & Aging
The Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities believes every adult deserves to live with dignity. They connect seniors, adults with disabilities and family caregivers to a full range of free and other community resources designed to offer you choice, improve your quality of life and respect your independence.
From their Information & Assistance Program (I&A), Family Caregiver Support Program, Senior Transportation Program, and a wide range of health and wellness programs, they are committed to helping our community’s adults live and age well. They serve adults in Clark, Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, Skamania and Klickitat counties. Call toll-free: 888-637-6060.
Washington Community Living Connections can help you explore your options to meet your current needs or to create a plan for the future. Call toll-free: 855-587-0252.
Caring.com provides a directory of services related to senior care and senior living options, including Assisted Living, Home Care, and Memory Care. Call toll-free: 800-973-1540.
The 1 Call 1 Click Trip Resource Center (1/1 TRC) supports the community in accessing transportation resources, information and services, and developing partnerships that support accessible mobility options for all. The 1/1 TRC Website is designed to help you easily find transportation resources to get from Point A to Point B in Southwest Washington.”
Living with Disabilities
The Washington State Dept. of Health Disability Organizations List includes nonprofit disability-related organizations that provide Emergency Medical Service providers, families, communities, caregivers, and people with disabilities with contact information for nonprofit disability-related organizations and agencies in Washington State, per the requirements established by the 2017 legislation Substitute House Bill 1258, known as the Travis Alert Act (RCW 43.70.490).