Everyone has the right to receive the care they need in the settings they prefer. The Area Agency on Aging assists nine East Central Ohio counties understand their options for care and ensures your rights as a consumer are not infringed.
people remain independent their entire lives, but others find
themselves needing some help with activities we once took for granted,
such as fixing meals and traveling to appointments.
There comes a time when we need a level of care that we just can't provide for ourselves. We offer many different options in a variety of settings, from linking you to care in your home to assisting you in nursing facility placement.
Quick links to resources that you need!
The Area Agency on Aging Region 9, Inc. (AAA9), was recently
awarded a $160,000 Housing Trust Fund Grant from the Ohio Office of
Community Development to provide minor emergency home repairs and
handicapped accessibility modifications to homeowners age 60 and older
who qualify. To qualify, the applicant must be a resident of
the AAA9 service area, have a combined household income at or below 50
percent of the area median income, and meet ownership and eligibility
requirements. Applicants must reside in Belmont, Carroll,
Coshocton, Jefferson, Guernsey, Harrison, Holmes, Muskingum or
Tuscarawas Counties to be eligible....
Area Agency on Aging, Region 9
60788 Southgate Road
Byesville, Ohio 43723
740-432-1060 (general fax)
740-432-7042 (PAR fax)
AAA9 advocates for policies and programs that will help us achieve our mission to help adults remain independent in their own homes.
We also want to serve as a resource for people who are looking for information or resources concerning issues of importance to older adults and caregivers in our nine county service area.
If you are concerned about older adults sign up to be an aging advocate inquire how you can become involved.
From consumers, family and caregivers we need your voice! Visit our Advocacy.
Assoc of Area Agencies
A statewide network of agencies that provide services...
Since its inception in 1965, the Older Americans Act (OAA) has been the foundation.
Department of Aging
Federal law mandates that each state designate a unit on Aging.
Association of Aging
The primary mission is to build the capacity of its members