As technology has grown in complexity, it has become hard to tell if images and videos are real or computer generated. These new computer systems, called artificial intelligence (AI), are able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as mimicking movement, recognizing speech patterns, making decisions, and translating languages. With society’s newfound ability…Read More →
Check Out Our Programs
We offer programs and services that empower Central Oregon seniors to age in place wherever they call home.
Chat With Our Help Desk
We’re here to answer questions and help older adults and their families find local resources available to meet their needs.
Support Our Mission
Your generosity delivers meals to the housebound, offers community connections to those who are isolated, and more.
We are Here to Help.
Lack of access to affordable, healthy food and cost of living increases have 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. For some, the Council on Aging is their connection to the outside world, their advocates, and a friendly face in their lives.Not sure where to start?
Help With Nutrition Needs
We offer several on-going food programs such as Meals on Wheels and various lunch events across the tri-county.Explore Our Nutrition Programs
Directions is the most comprehensive resource guide for older adults in Central Oregon. Our directory provides listings of supportive services, emergency contacts, financial and legal services, recreational and social opportunities, and much more.Download Our Resource Guide
Volunteer With Us
Are you looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Council on Aging may be the perfect place for you to share your talents and experience. You’ll leave feeling fulfilled knowing that you are making a difference in the lives of many seniors.Get involved
Make New Friends
Our Caring Connections program matches volunteers with seniors who would appreciate a weekly phone call and camaraderie. Many people in the program have made new friends that have turned into lasting relationships.Learn More
Crook County On the Move and Wildlife Training & Coaching are hosting Mobility for Life, which focuses on seated stretches and workouts to challenge us...
175 NW Meadow Lakes Dr
Dear friends, donors, volunteers, and supporters, As we approach the end of the year, I wanted to share with you our 2023 recap and the tremendous impact and progress we have made at the Council on Aging of Central Oregon thanks to your unwavering support and dedication to our mission. From January through October 2023,…Read More →
In the digital age, hacking and fraud are increasing, and seniors are especially vulnerable to the latest scams. Protect yourself by being aware of the newest ways scammers will try to trick you. Medicare Medicare scams are rampant during open enrollment. Here are signs to be aware of: If you are unsure if the person who…Read More →