Senior Services

The purpose of the Douglas County Senior Services is to support and enhance a structure of social, protective and health services for seniors throughout the county. Douglas County Senior Services is one of seventeen Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) in Oregon and one of 600 located throughout the United States. This structure serves to provide an opportunity for continued independence, dignity and a higher quality of life for seniors, age 60 and over.

The intent of Senior Services is to provide a comprehensive and coordinated plan of services, for older Oregonians. Prioritizing the needs and strategies that best fit with our community and that also fit within the budgetary and resource realities of Douglas County.

Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon

The ADRC of Oregon is a collaborative public-private partnership that streamlines consumer access to a complicated aging and disability service delivery system. Counseling services are free for people of all ages, incomes and disabilities. The ADRC raises visibility about the full range of options available, provides objective and trusted information and assistance, empowers people to make informed decisions, and helps people easily access services and support

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ADRC Toll-Free number: 1-855-673-2372

Abuse & Neglect

If you suspect abuse or neglect of vulnerable adults email Adult Protective Services or call them directly 541-464-2456 or fax them at 541-464-2471