Supporting Organizations

Supporting Organizations believe Congress should protect and strengthen the Older Americans Act (OAA) and have helped spread the word about the OAA Support Drive.

1 of 3 older Americans is economically insecure, living one bad break away from economic crisis. The Older Americans Act (OAA) is a key vehicle for helping seniors stay healthy, find employment, and age in place—all of which saves taxpayers millions of dollars each year.

As Congress debates OAA funding and reauthorization this fall, individuals and organizations must raise their voices in support of the OAA—and urge members of Congress to do the same! Become a supporting organization [PDF].

OAA Support Drive Co-Sponsors

Wider Opportunities
for Women

National Association
of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs

LeadingAge

Easter Seals

Meals on Wheels

National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities

Gerontological
Society of America

National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care

Goodwill Industries International, Inc.

National Community Reinvestment Coalition


One Away Local Advocacy Partners

Family Service Agency
of San Francisco

Seniors' Resource Center

AgeOptions

Heritage Agency

Green River Area Development District

Maintaining Active Citizens (MAC), Inc.

Minnesota Women's Consortium

Mature Voices
Minnesota

Council of Senior Centers and Services

Senior Resources
of Guilford

Center for Advocacy
for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly

City of Corpus Christi Senior Community Services

Vermont Associates
for Training and Development

Senior Services

Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups


Supporting Organizations

California

Evergreen Chalet



Ohio

Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging

New York

Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES


North Carolina

Davidson County Department of Senior Services