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The federal Food Stamps program is now known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
One of ADVSD’s primary goals is to prevent people from having to leave their home when it’s not necessary.
For many seniors (older people), and people with disabilities, finding a place to live that is affordable, accessible, and safe is difficult.
For seniors (older people), and people with disabilities looking for supportive housing that provides a range of care and services, there are a number of options available.
The Research & Evaluation team produces reports describing & evaluating the agency’s activities, goals & future plans, utilizing data collection instruments, analysis, & evaluation methodology.
Frequently asked question resources
The Gatekeeper Program is an organized outreach effort designed to identify, refer, and respond to at-risk seniors (older people), and people with disabilities living in our community.
TriMet provides public transportation for Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties.
A U.S. study has indicated that nearly one half of all officially investigated elder abuse cases—and two thirds of neglect cases—involve self-neglect.
It can be difficult to tell whether abuse is occurring, and it can be even more difficult to get the people in the situation to talk about it.
Clutter and collecting may be confused with hoarding. Here's how to spot the difference.
The 2017-2020 Area Plan describes how Aging, Disability, and Veterans Services Division will provide a comprehensive and coordinated delivery system to seniors (older people) in our community.
2018 Aging Well Conference Schedule
Achieve better care, better health, and lower costs by making high-quality cross-system care coordination available to all adults and seniors with complex needs in our region
Review the draft program model, budget, timelines and more.
Adult Protective Services Documents
The program model provides a comprehensive description of services to be provided under Community Services for Older Adults contracts January 2018-December 2022.
Information and resources for community partners of the Aging, Disability and Veterans Services Division.
Our area is experiencing the beginning of a long-term demographic shift to a more aged society.
Providing on-going advice and guidance on policy decisions and program development for service delivery to older adults.
Resource Fair Vendors for the 2018 Aging Well Conference
Area Plan Year 3