Adult Protective Services investigates allegations of abuse, self-neglect and financial exploitation of seniors and people with disabilities.
Services that help unpaid caregivers caring for someone age 60 or older. Assistance is also available to seniors who are raising a child.
Helps seniors and people with disabilities find home care workers. We serve Medicaid and OPI clients.
Help around the house, adult care homes, residential care facilities and assisted living spaces.
Free mental health first aid trainings to prevent suicide or respond to an emotional crisis.
Case managers help seniors and people with disabilities live as independently as possible by connecting them with services and assistance.
Oregon Medicare Savings Connect can help with: Medicare Part B and D premiums, co-pays and deductibles, prescription costs. Services are free, confidential, and language interpretation is available.
Someone to oversee legal issues for those who are unable to care for themselves.
Senior Centers offer a variety of services, including legal aid counseling, health education programs and activities. There are generally no financial eligibility criteria for participation.