The Administration on Aging (AOA) Program serves meals to Native American elders who are 55 or older. Eligibility is determined by service area.
Breakfast: Friday only, 8:00am-10:00am
Lunch: Monday-Friday, 12:00pm-1:00pm
Closed on last Friday of each month
Open Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
- Congregated meals served in the communal dining area
- Meal delivery (dependent on service area of home address)
- Transports (taking elders to stores, banks, etc.)
- Insurance enrollment assistance
- Elders Flea Market on the first Friday of each month (proceeds go to elder outings)
- Elder activities (physical activity, sewing, etc.)
- Request and return application by mail, in person or email
- Required documents include: CDIB, proof of residency, driver license/state ID and third-party insurance carrier
- Home visits are required when requesting a meal delivery
- A phone call followed by an official letter will be sent when all paperwork is received and client is approved
The Caregiver Program is designed to relieve the primary caregiver of their duties. Being a caregiver is a tough job, and all caregivers need a break.
Who is eligible?
Anyone who provides care and/or support services for an older individual who is 55 or older for reasons of illness, frailty, or being unable to manage independently without assistance, is eligible.
What is respite care?
Respite care is temporary care. It gives caregivers rest and relief. Respite can be at home or outside the home. It can be a few hours or all day. It can be occasional or ongoing.
Respite care also includes grandparents caring for their grandchildren and support services to those individuals.