Aging Services Advisory Council (ASAC)

The Aging Services Advisory Council (ASAC) advises Multnomah County’s Aging, Disability, & Veterans Services Division (ADVSD) to ensure that all older adults, people with disabilities, and Veterans thrive in diverse and supportive communities. Advisory council members advocate for system level changes, provide advice to ADVSD regarding policies and programs, and connect with the broader community to understand the issues and priorities of ADVSD target populations. Meetings are open to the public. 

ASAC Bylaws (4.2 MB)

Aging Services Advisory Council Meetings

Upcoming meetings: ASAC Meeting (Hybrid, Zoom and at Five Oak) - Wednesday, December 27, 2023 2pm-4pm in the Pine room.

Join Zoom Meeting via Web

Meeting ID: 969 3403 8072
Passcode: 2122ASAC!

Join Zoom Meeting via Phone

  • 833 548 0276 US Toll-free
  • 833 548 0282 US Toll-free
  • 877 853 5257 US Toll-free
  • 888 475 4499 US Toll-free
    Meeting ID: 969 3403 8072
    Passcode: 478520873

ASAC Agenda November 21 2013 PDF (134.84 KB)

ASAC Agenda November 21 2013 DOC (215.36 KB)

ASAC November 2023 Meeting Slides (2.5 MB)

ASAC Advisory Council Members

  • Anne Lindsay
  • Dave Daley
  • Leslie Houston
  • Scott Moore

Interested in becoming a member? By becoming an advisor, you will have the opportunity to collaborate on issues of importance to you, connect with like-minded people, and work for meaningful change that benefits our entire community. Application to become a member.

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Robyn Johnson
Planning and Development Specialist
Multnomah County 
Department of County Human Services
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