Marin County Aging and Adult Services (AAS) acts as the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) for Marin County, under a framework and funding put forth in the Older Americans and Older Californians Acts. The AAA is the leading planner, administrator and funder of services for persons over 60 and family caregivers in Marin County.
To create a well-coordinated, community-based system of care in Marin, the AAA provides services directly from its offices as well as contracts with a network of private and non-profit agencies. The AAA funds more than $1 million in services for its targeted population.
Among the services provided by the AAA and its home and community contractors are:
- Assisted Transportation
- Caregiver Registry
- Case Management – Rural Marin
- Congregate Meal Program
- Family Caregiver Support Programs
- Home Delivered Meal Program
- Information and Assistance
- Legal Services
- Long-Term Care Ombudsman
- Senior Center Activities
- Visiting – Rural Marin
For information about services for older adults and their families in Marin, visit the Community Resource Guide or call the Information & Assistance hotline at (415) 457-INFO (4636).
The Board of Supervisors established the Marin County Commission on Aging to advise the Area Agency on Aging on the needs of older adults. Visit the Commission on Aging page for more information and meeting agenda/date/locations.