Resources - General Aging and Information 

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Iona Resource Guide
  • Iona Senior Services offers programs and services for older adults and their caregivers. Iona publishes a free resource guide for individuals and families. It includes a wide range of information including caregiver resources, home health services, Alzheimer's disease, food programs, home safety and modification resources, and more. The Resource Guide is available to read online or as a downloadable PDF. 

 

Click here to view the Iona Resource Guide. 

Call: (202) 895-9488
JCA Senior Telephone HelpLine
  • A free service of JCA for older adults and caregivers. Free and personal guidance by certified specialists. Can help with options for home care, housing, transportation and other services.

Hours

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
24 hour message service

Click here to visit JCA's website

Call: (240) 290-3311

 

JSSA Seniors

  • JSSA provides a range of services provided by skilled professionals and trained volunteers to help seniors and their families. Services include:

    • Counseling

    • Care Management

    • Home Care

    • Assistance for Those with Life-Limiting Illnesses

    • Hospice

    • Escorted Transportation

    • Meals on Wheels

    • Social Programs​​

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Call: (301) 816-2633​

Montgomery County Office of Aging and Disability Services
  • The Office of Aging and Disability Services (A&DS) serves seniors and people with disabilities, and offers resources to help people to remain in the community safely and independently.

  • Resources that A&DS may help be able to help with include: long term care planning; assistance with activities of daily living; adult day care; home health care; transportation options; File of Life; senior centers adult foster care; group homes; assisted living; nutrition and mental health options.

  • The A&DS is also the entry point for customers for an intake for case management services, including Adult Protective Services (APS).

  • The Office has workers to discuss caller concerns and situations and if needed, for any additional follow up. 

  • All staff can also provide support through high-quality translation and interpretation, minimizing cultural and linguistic barriers.

Hours:

Monday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.  

Click Here to Visit the A&DS Website

Call: (240) 777-3000

Montgomery County MD Seniors' Resource Guide
  • The Resource Guide is published annually by the Beacon Newspapers in partnership with Montgomery County Health and Human Services, Aging and Disability Services. It contains listings of a wide variety of services available to seniors in the County from Government, private companies and non-profits. Topics include legal services, home health, transportation, recreation, and much more.

Click Here to View an Online Version of the Guide

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