Prescription pick-up and delivery service for older adults and individuals with disabilities who desperately need life-sustaining medications but are unable to leave their home.
Aging & Disability Pages
A series of free training opportunities and other information to help organizations that are considering responding to this RFP/RFPQ.
Advisory councils play a key role in shaping the programs and services of the Aging, Disability, and Veterans Services Division.
Multnomah County Aging & Disabilities Resource Connection (ADRC) provides information, referral and assistance to seniors, people with disabilities and Veterans.
EIA Meeting Minutes FY 2016
SAC Meeting Minutes FY 2017
The Family Caregiver Support Program serves grandparents and other non-parent relatives, age 55 and older.
Getting vaccinated for the love of health
A FREE day-long training for people with an interest in overcoming clutter and/or in hoarding disorder.
Volunteer Application for the Foster Grandparent Program
Winter safety tips for seniors and people with disabilities from Multnomah County
Senior Centers, Culturally Specific Services, Medicaid offices and ADVSD branches
The Adult Protective Services unit (APS) receives referrals and investigates allegations of abuse, self-neglect, and financial exploitation of older adults and people with disabilities.
This section contains materials utilized by the agencies and organizations who have contracts with the Aging, Disability & Veterans Services Division.
You can be a Foster Grandparent. You can be a role model that changes a child’s life. You can help them on the path the success. You can share your experience and compassion.