One in three Americans is now age 50 or older — by 2030, one in five will be 65-plus. Will your state and local community be ready?
The materials listed below are organized by state.
Each title links to a one-page article about the state or community's action plan. The article also contains an optional PDF download of the complete report.
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- Alabama State Plan on Aging: 2014-2016, Alabama Department of Senior Services
- Alaska State Plan on Aging: 2011-2015, Alaska Commission on Aging
- Arizona State Plan on Aging: 2011-2014, Arizona Economic Security Division of Aging & Adult Services
- Arkansas State Plan on Aging 2011-2014, Arkansas Human Services Division of Aging & Adult Services
- California State Plan on Aging: 2013-2017, California Department of Aging
- Alameda County Area Agency on Aging Plan 2012-2016
- Area Plan for Aging Services 2012-2016, Lake and Mendocino Counties, California
- County of Orange Office on Aging Three Year Plan: 2012-2016
- Los Angeles County Area Plan on Aging 2012-2016
- Marin County Livable Community for Successful Aging Strategic Plan 2012-2016
- Monterey County Area Agency on Aging 2012-2016 Area Plan
- San Bernardino County Age Plan 2012-2016
- Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging Plan 2012-2016
- Colorado’s State Plan on Aging 2011-2015, Colorado Department of Human Services
- Connecticut State Plan on Aging 2011-2017 (Draft), Connecticut State Department on Aging
- Delaware State Plan on Aging 2012-2015, Delaware Health & Social Services, Services for Aging
- Florida State Plan on Aging: 2013-2016, Florida Department of Elder Affairs