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AGING AND DISABILITY RESOURCE CONNECTION OF OREGON
AGING AND DISABILITY RESOURCE CONNECTION
The Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon (ADRC) provides specialized information and referral for older adults, people with disabilities, veterans, and their families and caregivers. Other services include long-term care options counseling and in-home services for older adults who wish to remain at home.
Eligibility: Older adults, people with disabilities, veterans, and their families and caregivers
Hours: Varies by location for local telephone or in-person service
MALHEUR COUNCIL ON AGING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
SENIORS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES SERVICES
The ADRC offers a single source for information and assistance on issues affecting older people and people with disabilities. Provides congregate meals, home delivered meals, case management, caregiver/receiver support programs, and nursing home referrals. Oregon Project Independence (OPI) provides a comprehensive program with supports to keep older adults and persons with disabilities in their homes.
842 SE 1st Avenue
Ontario, OR 97914
Eligibility: Meals on Wheels: 60 years and older and home-bound due disability, medical condition, or other reason.
OPI: 60 years old or older. Call for information regarding eligibility screening.
Hours: Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
Congregate meals:
-Tuesday/Thursday 11:30am-1pm in Ontario, 842 SE 1st Ave
-Tuesday/Thursday 11:30am-1pm in Nyssa, 316 Good Avenue
-Monday/Wednesday 11:30am-1pm in Vale, 182 Cottage Street South
MULTNOMAH COUNTY AGING DISABILITY AND VETERANS SERVICES DIVISION
ADULT CARE OPTIONS
Online resource and search tool for individuals looking for an adult care home. Lists 400+ adult care homes in Multnomah County that web users can filter by zip code and other criteria, including whether smoking or pets are permitted, power chair accommodations, night care provided, etc. Listings include pictures, descriptions of the home and care provided, and maps.

Website also offers tips and tools for selecting an adult care home, including a checklist to take on home tours and tips on how to talk to a person about the need to move to a setting that provides care.
209 SW 4th Avenue
Suite 510
Portland, OR 97204
Eligibility: Age 60 and older, adults with disabilities, and veterans
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS PASS AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The Disability Services Office provides a comprehensive system of care for people with disabilities that promote choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, home-delivered meals, case management, Oregon Project Independence Pilot (PWD), pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigate incidents of abuse involving older adults age 65 and over and/or adults 18 or older with physical disabilities living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.
2101 NW Hawthorne Street
Sujite A
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
MEDFORD DISABILITY SERVICES OFFICE
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The Disability Services Office provides a comprehensive system of care for people with disabilities that promote choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, home-delivered meals, case management, Oregon Project Independence Pilot (PWD), pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigate incidents of abuse involving older adults age 65 and over and/or adults 18 or older with physical disabilities living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.
28 W 6th Street
Suite D
Medford, OR 975010063
Eligibility: Adults with disabilities under the age of 65. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
MEDFORD SENIOR SERVICES OFFICE
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Area agency on aging that provides a comprehensive system of care for older adults and people with disabilities that promotes choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, congregate and home-delivered meals, employment, legal services, home health care, case management, Oregon Project Independence (OPI), gatekeeper program, pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible older adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigates incidents of abuse involving older adults and people with disabilities who are living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.

This location also inspects and licenses adult foster homes in Jackson and Josephine Counties.
2860 State Street
Medford, OR 975048474
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Area agency on aging that provides a comprehensive system of care for older adults and people with disabilities that promotes choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, congregate and home-delivered meals, employment, legal services, home health care, case management, Oregon Project Independence (OPI), gatekeeper program, pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible older adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigates incidents of abuse involving older adults and people with disabilities who are living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.

This location also inspects and licenses adult foster homes in Jackson and Josephine Counties.
155 N 1st Street
Central Point, OR 97502
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The Disability Services Office provides a comprehensive system of care for people with disabilities that promote choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, home-delivered meals, case management, Oregon Project Independence Pilot (PWD), pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigate incidents of abuse involving older adults age 65 and over and/or adults 18 or older with physical disabilities living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.
1150 NE 9th Street
Grants Pass, OR 975261635
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
URBAN LEAGUE OF PORTLAND
SENIOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE
Provides or connects seniors with services that allow them to remain safely in their homes and communities (elder law, home maintenance and minor repair services, housekeeping assistance, Medicare counseling, housing information and referral, advocacy, and senior ride program). Services include Oregon Project Independence Services (OPI) and community resources. Additionally offers short-term case management (options counseling) and chronic disease management.
10 N RUSSELL STREET
Portland, OR 97227
Eligibility: Age 60 and older with a focus on the African-American community
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
WASHINGTON STATE AGING AND LONG-TERM SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION
KELSO HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
Medicaid program provides assistance, case management, and assessment to seniors and adults with disabilities to access specific long term care plans including in-home services, adult family homes, adult day centers, assisted living, nursing home placements, and respite care programs for family members, guardians and caregivers of dependent adults.
711 Vine Street
Kelso, WA 98626
Eligibility: Age 65 and older and age 18 and older with disabilities who meet income guidelines depending on program(s)
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WASHINGTON STATE AGING AND LONG-TERM SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION
VANCOUVER HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
Medicaid program provides assistance, case management, and assessment to seniors and adults with disabilities to access specific long term care plans including in-home services, adult family homes, adult day centers, assisted living, nursing home placements, and respite care programs for family members, guardians and caregivers of dependent adults.
800 NE 136th Avenue
Suite 220
Vancouver, WA 98684
Eligibility: Age 65 and older and age 18 and older with disabilities who meet income guidelines depending on program(s)
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MALHEUR COUNCIL ON AGING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
SENIORS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES SERVICES
MULTNOMAH COUNTY AGING DISABILITY AND VETERANS SERVICES DIVISION
ADULT CARE OPTIONS
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
URBAN LEAGUE OF PORTLAND
SENIOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE