VCAAA aims to enable all older persons to obtain services that promote and maintain the optimum level of functioning in the least restrictive setting possible. In addition to providing a number of direct programs, we also develop, enhance and maintain community-based systems of care that provide services, which support independence and protect the quality of life of older persons and persons with functional impairments.

Services provided are dependent upon funding requirements as well as program eligibility. Below is a list of services our agency provides directly and through partnerships with local service providers:

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