The Alzheimer Society of Washington's purpose is to reach persons and families affected by Alzheimer's and other dementia-related diseases with support, knowledge and resources to empower them. We desire to bring awareness to our society with an understanding of the overwhelming devastation caused by the dementias.
The Alzheimer's Alliance of Smith County is a local, independent nonprofit organization committed to walking beside all those in Smith County on their journeys with Alzheimer's disease and dementia-related illnesses.
At Avenidas, we seek to create a community that supports and celebrates older adults. We provide a wide range of programs, information, and services that enable people to stay active, maintain their independence, help their aging parents, or care for a spouse. Anything someone might need, from a ride to the doctor to a flu shot, Avenidas can help. Our innovative programs and compassionate staff have enriched the lives of more than 7,500 mature adults and their families each year.
Started by and for our community in 1981, Benevilla enriches lives of West Valley residents by serving older adults, adults with disabilities, children and the families who care for them. To accomplish our mission of enriching lives, Benevilla provides services that address the day-to-day physical, intellectual, emotional and social development needs of children, families, older adults and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Phoenix Metro's West Valley.
Blair Senior Services, Inc. is committed to enhancing the lives of older individuals, their families & others in need by coordinating support and providing assistance through a system of quality home and community based programs and services.
Agency: To reduce poverty by providing services and developing resources with partnering agencies to help meet basic needs to improve the lives of the elderly, disabled, and/or low income people in the community.
SMiles program: To improve quality of life and independence of non-drivers over the age of 60 who are ambulatory.
Since 1977 Hospice of the Conejo has been dedicated to serving as a community based, non-profit, non-medical, volunteer hospice and grief support center, whose objective is to affirm life, even when faced with life-limiting illness and grief, by providing compassionate support, care, guidance and education to individuals and families facing critical illnesses and end-of-life issues.
All of our services are always offered completely free of charge.
We work to prevent hunger, improve health, and promote well-being among Central Oregon seniors, caregivers, and those with disabilities. We provide equitable and inclusive services, programs and resources designed to meet immediate and direct need.
The Council on Aging strives to ensure that the community values, honors and supports older adults and caregivers by addressing unmet needs through information, advocacy and education, and by being a catalyst for comprehensive solutions.