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Jefferson County Office for the Aging

(Agency)

Provides supportive programs designed to assist the aging population to remain independently in their homes. Programs include home delivered meals, homemaker and caregiver services, health insurance counseling, energy assistance, transportation and legal advocacy. The office works with government and community service agencies to create programs with a direct benefit to older Americans.

Eligibility: For OFA Programs: Individuals in Jefferson County ages 60 years and older, their caregivers, and families
For consultation through NY Connects: Individuals of any age with long term care needs and their caregivers, family members, and friends; individuals with questions or concerns related to long term care services

Application Process: Call or walk-in for information and services

Required Documentation: Varies; call for required documentation

Jefferson County

Contact

Fax: 315-785-5095

Business Line: 315-785-3191

Email: [email protected]

Website: co.jefferson.ny.us/departments/ OfficefortheAging


175 Arsenal Street
2nd Floor
Watertown NY 13601

Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5 PM

Staff

Christina Ingersoll
Director
[email protected]
315-785-3191

Disabilities Access

Fully Accessible

Languages

Free interpretation services available


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Area Agencies on Aging

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