Community Living Connections is a network of advocates for adults facing aging or disability issues. Community Living Connections provides anyone who calls a caring, highly-trained specialist who will give them easy access to information, individual consultation, and service options. Calls are free and confidential: 206-962-8467 or toll-free 1-844-348-KING (5464).
The AAEP identifies low-income African American residents of central and southeast Seattle and south King County (age 60+) who have chronic health conditions and little or no support system. Ongoing case management, support and referrals help those at risk of institutionalization to remain in their homes. Follow the link or call 206-328-5639 during normal business hours.
Our Resource Directory provides a wealth of online information and topics of interest to older adults, family caregivers, and professionals in the field of aging.
Use this free, comprehensive online screening tool to help find benefits programs that help pay for prescription drugs, health care, rent, utilities, and other needs.
King County 2-1-1 provides the most comprehensive information on health and human services available to King County residents. Dial 2-1-1 or 800-621-4636 (TTY 206-461-3610 | 7-1-1 Relay).
Encore serves as a portal to community, employment, financial, health, recreation, and safety resources for older residents of Seattle and the surrounding region.
A coalition of more than 30 local nonprofit, government and community organizations, the Healthy Aging Partnership offers a wealth of information and resources to older adults and caregivers through education, outreach. and promotion of a free confidential information and assistance line: 1-888-4-ELDERS (1-888-435-3377)
Enables Asian American adults and seniors to stay physically, mentally and socially active. For more information, follow the link or call 206-721-3630 or 206-652-2330 during normal business hours.
In King County, nine agencies provide support for informal caregivers (family members, friends, and neighbors) for adults who, due to age or disability, have limited ability to care for themselves. In addition, kinship care resources are available for people taking care of a grandchild or other young family member.
This office provides information and services that support independent living, social and civic engagement, and healthy aging to make a positive difference in the lives of older Seattle residents and adults with disabilities. Volunteers are welcome. Contact the office during normal business hours at 206-684-0500 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entitles riders age 65+, riders with a disability, and Medicare card holders to reduced fares on public transportation systems in the Puget Sound region. If you have questions or comments about the Regional Reduced Fare Permit, contact Customer Information at 206-553-3000.
Offers LGBT resources for healthy aging, including an extensive library of more than 400 multimedia resources for LGBT older adults and aging service providers covering topics such as ageism, cultural competence, end of life decisions, financial security, housing, health care access, HIV and aging, Medicaid and Medicare, mental health, racial equity, retirement, and transgender issues. For more information, follow the link or call 212-741-2247 during East Coast business hours.
Provides an informal network of senior care providers of all kinds working together to provide advocacy and quality of care for the LGBT seniors. For more information, follow the link or call 212-741-2247 during East Coast business hours.