Aging and Disability Resource Connection

What Services Are Available

A variety of supportive services are available. These services may include:

  • Enhanced Information and Referral Services - Comprehensive resource information, follow-ups, and referrals via “warm hand-offs.”
  • Options Counseling - Assist in identifying goals and needs through person-centered counseling and coordinating access to public and private-funded long-term services and supports in the community.
  • Short-Term Service Coordination - Expedited access to services and supports for individuals at risk of institutionalization, generally for 90 days or less, until a longer-term plan is in place.
  • Transition Services - – For people who are currently in a hospital, nursing facility, or other institution and wishes to receive long-term services and supports at home or in a community-based setting.

Who Can Get These Services

Anyone regardless of age, income, and disability

How To Find Services In My Area

The California Department of Aging contracts with and oversees the local Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) that coordinate a wide array of services to seniors and adults with disabilities. Not all AAAs provide ADRC services.

You can locate the AAA in your area by selecting your county on the Find Services in My County page of this website.