If you or a loved one can use our help and guidance on aging services, give us a call at (541) 678-5483


Lack of access to affordable, healthy food and cost of living increases has significantly impacted the quality of life for many Central Oregon seniors living on fixed and limited incomes.

Now more than ever, our programs are a lifeline. We are their connection to the outside world, their advocates, and a friendly consistent face in their lives.

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We are open and supporting seniors, caregivers and their families by phone and in person. Find the information and aging services for you, a loved one, a friend or a caregiver across the tri-county area.

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Directions is our resource guide for older adults in Central Oregon. Get quick, easy access to listings of supportive services, emergency contacts, financial and legal services, recreational and social opportunities, and so much more.

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Our Impact in 2020

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The Highs and Lows of Hypertension As We Get Older

High blood pressure, also called hypertension, is deceiving. Sometimes called the silent killer because most people don’t feel it since often there are no noticeable symptoms. Many folks don’t know they have high blood pressure until they visit their physician. There is good news. Lifestyle changes can help lower blood pressure and keep it under…

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Meet our Team: Cassie Regimbal

Meet our Team: Cassie Regimbal

Meet Cassie Regimbal, director of client service operations at the Council on Aging. She has a passion for older adults and has worked in the industry for almost 20 years. Cassie is a licensed master social worker who graduated from Portland State University in 2018. Focusing on older adults has been her life’s mission. Cassie,…

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