For long-distance caregivers, easily finding information and services can be a challenge. You may be trying to help an aging family member in another state or you may be trying to determine if moving your family member makes sense. To make that process easier, we have identified direct links to important information for caregivers in all our states.
Use the list or the map below to click on the state for which you need information and you will go to a page with links and phone numbers for various resources specific to that state. If a needed resource is not identified, the service may be available but may not have a location on the Internet. Contact the state aging agency or Area Agency on Aging to find out if the resource is available.
Please remember that the provided links may change at any time, without notice. We try to keep the links current. Please feel free to notify us if you find information that needs updating. It will help us serve others. Thank you.
Quick Access to Nationwide Information by State
Area Agencies on Aging
Attorney General Offices
Blind and Visually Impaired - State Agencies
Deaf and Hard of Hearing - State Agencies
Legal Assistance(including pro bono)
Long-Term Care Ombudsmen Programs
Mental Health Agencies
Prescription Drug Assistance Programs
Senior Health Insurance Information Programs
State Aging Agencies
Tax Assistance Nationwide
Other Information Options