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2016-2019 Draft Area Plan

The Area Plan lays out the direction for Pierce County Aging and Disability Resources to serve the needs of older adults and individuals with disabilities for the next four years.  2016-2019 Draft Area Plan includes the proposed 2016 Area Plan budget which allocates funding for a wide range of community-based services.

2016-2019 Area Plan Executive Summary
2016-2019 Draft Area Plan
Appendix E2 - Forum Flyer
Appendix E3 - Future Forum
Appendix E4 - Area Plan Survey
Appendix E5 - Community Connections Needs Assessment
Appendix E6 - Area Plan Public Hearing Legal Notice

Comments are due by September 15, 2015           
Provide comments online.
Provide written comments.

For additional information call (253) 798-3782 or by e-mail.

2015 Senior Farmers Market Vouchers

The 2015 season of the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program is underway. Only a few vouchers remain.  Call (253) 798-7376 to sign up for a set of vouchers (one per household) that you can redeem for fresh, Washington-grown fruit, vegetables, cut herbs and honey at participating Farmers Markets. View Program Flyer.  Eligibility criteria:

•  Live in Pierce County;
•  60 years old or older (55+ for Native American or Native Alaskan);
•  Able to pick up the vouchers in person with your government-issued I.D.;
•  Total monthly household income is not more than:
            1 person - $1,815
            2 people - $2,456
            3 people - $3,098

Please Note:  There is a limit of one set of vouchers per household.

2014-2015 Area Plan Update
This Two-Year Area Plan Update encompasses the goals and objectives of ADR and outlines proposed strategies to be executed over the 2014-2015 timeframe, as well as provides a summary of accomplishments for 2012-2013. View the Update to the Area Plan

2015 Draft Area Plan Budget
Pierce County Aging & Disability Resources (ADR) has developed a Draft 2015 Area Plan Budget.
View the Draft 2015 Area Plan Budget.

Community-Based Services

The Aging and Disability Resources Program offers a wide range of community-based services that allow older adults and adults with disabilities to remain at home as long as possible. These services address the needs of frail, older and functionally disabled adults living in Pierce County.

ADR Advisory Board
Click here to learn more about our Advisory Board and volunteer opportunities

What We Do For You

  • Review your service needs and eligibility 
  • Help you make informed choices and access services 
  • Help you develop a plan that addresses your health, housing and safety needs 
  • Review your situation and help you make changes to the plan as needed

Services Provided

Case Management
Case managers assist individuals to access the services and supports they need to remain in their own home. Nurses are also available to review health needs and teach in-home care aide how to best meet those needs. 

Family Caregiver Support
Provides services to help unpaid caregivers caring for aging parents, ailing spouses, partners, disabled adult children, or friends suffering from a debilitating illness.  FCSP webpage.

Long Term Care Ombudsman
Serves as a voice for residents of long-term care facilities, look into complaints, and helps solve problems.  LTC Ombudsman webpage.

Aging & Disability Resource Center
Provides an access point for those seeking information and assistance regarding programs or services available to older adults or adults with disabilities. This service can range from a brief phone conversation to more in-depth conversations in the home setting.  View ADRC website.

Ph: (253) 798-4600 or (800) 562-0332
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Office Hours:
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday


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Community Connections

Aging & Disability Resource Center

Ph: (253) 798-4600 or (800) 562-0332

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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