Welcome to LA County's newest department dedicated entirely to improve the lives and support the self determination of older adults, people with disabilities, and our diverse communities.
The Los Angeles County Aging & Disabilities Department (AD) unites aging, disability, and community services previously part of the Chief Executive Office and the now dissolved Department of Workforce Development, Aging, and Community Services. AD houses the LA County Commission for Older Adults and the Commission on Disabilities along with 14 local community hubs that provide a wide range of in-person services.
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Disability Information and Access Line
Call 888-677-1199 Monday-Friday to order free at-home covid-19 tests, make vaccinations appointments, and more.
and Senior Centers
Stop by our 14 local community hubs to access in-person support, congregate meals, adult & youth programming, and more.
Los Angeles County
Commission on Older Adults
LACCOA advocates, advises, and makes recommendations regarding the needs and welfare of LA County's older adult population to the Board of Supervisors and other County departments that provide services to seniors regarding their needs, health, well-being, and rights.
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Volunteer Driver Mileage Reimbursement
Our mileage reimbursement program provide mileage reimbursements to volunteer drivers, including family members, when no other transportation services exist or when an older or dependent adult is unable to use public transportation.
Adult Protective Services:
Home Safe 2.0
Older and dependent adults at risk of homelessness can receive the help they need to stay home. Contact APS to get help on security or utility deposits, rental assistance, past due bills, legal fees, reunification services, and more.
Additional State & Local Resources
Information & Assistance Referral Line for Older Adults
Call 1-800-510-2020 Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm for local information for older adults including food resources, caregiver services, legal assistance, supportive services and more.
LA County COVID-19 Information and Resources
Click here to access all the information you need to stay safe, stay health and get vaccinated. If you need further assistance or help with resources, call 833-540-0473. Open 7 days a week from 8am to 8:30pm.
Disability Community Resources Center (DCRC)
DCRC is dedicated to supporting people with disabilities and older adults to achieve and maintain self-directed and community based independent lives. DCRC is a Center for Independent Living. Click here to learn more.
211 LA County
(or 211 LA)
211 LA (or 211 LA County) is the hub for community members and organizations seeking all types of health, human, and social services in Los Angeles County. Call 211 toll-free for personalized assistance.
Cooling Centers - Get Relief from the LA Heat
Cooling centers are free, indoor air-conditioned locations where you can keep cool when there are extreme heat weather conditions. Click here to see operational cooling centers near you or call 211 for LA County or 311 for LA City.
CalFresh helps low-income households increase their food-buying power to meet their household's nutritional needs. SSI/SSP recipients in CA are also eligible for CalFresh benefits. Click here to learn more.