Meet Bettye, Maria, and Andre. Like 13 million older adults, they worked hard all their lives only to find themselves one step away from poverty. To make ends meet, they depend on services funded through the Older Americans Act—like meals, job training, and senior centers. That's why we’re asking Congress to protect and strengthen the OAA. Ask your lawmakers to show their support!
Over 4657 people told us— What does economic struggle look like?
I am a 72 year-old widower that has to work in a call center to make ends meet as social security cannot pay the bills. I have developed carpel tunnel from operating the mouse, and my employer doesn't provide benefits, so I have to rely on Medicare. I worry about the day I can no longer work, or get laid off because of my age.Barbara Monument, CO