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City of LA Dept of Aging

City of Los Department of Aging

County of LA Community and Senior Services

County of Los Angeles Community and Senior Services


Area Agency on Aging

Provides services for older adults and caregivers who live within Los Angeles County. Most programs are free. Programs include: nutrition program, help with transportation, activities at multi-purpose senior centers, workshops for caregivers, and more. For more information, visit:
or call 1-800-510-2020

Greater Los Angeles Alzheimers Association

Greater Los Angeles Alzheimer's Association

Provides help and support for families who are caring for someone who has Alzheimer's. Services include, training workshops, community resources and information. For more information, visit:
or call: 844.HELP.ALZ (844.435.7259)
or e-mail:

Personnel Assistance Services Council

Personnel Assistance Services Council (PASC)

Provides training for persons receiving In-Home Support Services (IHSS) or providers (persons giving the care) through the County of Los Angeles IHSS Program. If you have questions about signing-up for IHSS, becoming a provider for the program, getting paid by IHSS, the new hourly wage and overtime rules, PASC can help you. For more information, visit:

Braille Institute

Braille Institute

Provides help to persons who are blind, legally blind or have any vision disability. They provide educational workshops, and tools to help them be independent in their home and community and much more. For more information, visit:

Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

Provides services such as educational workshops, senior activities that promote health, and social events. They support six lunch program in the Boyle Heights, Lincoln Heights, and El Sereno neighborhoods. MAOF also provides home delivered meals for those that meet requirements. For more information, visit:

Call 211

Call 2-1-1 for FREE Information on Community and Social Services

211 LA County, is a nonprofit organization that can help you find many different community resources. With one phone call, 211 can provide help with services that you may need, such as:

  • Food and Shelter Assistance
  • California LifeLine - Cell Phone Program
  • Help with your Landlord - Renter Issues
  • Assistance with Medi-Cal and Food Stamps
  • Help with Care for Aging Parents
  • Family and Legal Services
  • and much, much more

For more information, visit:

Disability Services

You can also find more resources on the Disability Services Resources page.

Call Member Services at 1-888-350-3447 (TTY/TDD: 711) Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. PST to find out more about community resources in your neighborhood.