MEDICAID & STATE RESOURCES
Imagine a program that provides older adults with all their medical care, medications, and equipment and combines this with a network of support from social workers, therapists, and in-home caregivers. This program exists and it’s called PACE, a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. PACE is both an insurance and a provider. Care can be at a Providence ElderPlace PACE health and social center, or at home when needed.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY AGING & DISABILITY RESOURCE CONNECTION
The Clackamas ADRC is designed to streamline access to information and resources about long-term supports and services in the community. ADRC has information about in-home care, long-term care planning,
how to arrange for home-delivered meals,
how to apply for Medicaid, and much more.
AGING DISABILITY & VETERANS SERVICES
Multnomah County Aging Disability & Veterans Services
Concerned about an older loved one? Looking for long-term care? Interested in senior centers? Call the Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) at 503-988-3646 or email email@example.com(link sends e-mail), for 24-hour information and assistance to seniors (older people),
people with disabilities, and caregivers.
Or search the ADRC online database(link is external).
Get needs assessed, identify services and connect with providers of those services.
WASHINGTON COUNTY AGING & VETERAN SERIVES
We provide programs and services to maintain and enhance the quality of life to assure that basic needs are met for Washington County seniors, veterans and people with disabilities.