AAAs provide a wide variety of services to support Missourians as they age. Services create positive aging experiences and support adults to remain independent and to remain in the homes of their choosing for as long as possible.

What AAAs Offer

This is a brief overview of the many services provided by Missouri’s ten local Area Agencies on Aging. Contact your local AAA to find out what services are available in your community.

Benefits Enrollment Center

BEC staff provide information about several money-saving state and federal benefits to help adults pay for food, medicine, health insurance, phone service, energy and more.

Health and Wellness Programs

Living with a chronic condition such as diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, pain, stress or anxiety can be a daily challenge. AAAs provide evidence-based courses to help manage chronic conditions and support healthy living. Upcoming Courses

South Central Pension Rights

If you have questions about any pension, the South Central Pension Rights Project can help you. Pension counselors can help you, free of charge, to make informed decisions about your pension or retirement savings plan.

Health Insurance Navigators

Licensed federal Navigators are unbiased experts who help consumers understand their best options for health insurance.

Medicare Counseling

Knowledgeable insurance counselors help people understand eligibility, benefits, and options when enrolling in Medicare, Medicaid, and the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP).

Home Delivered Meals

Home delivered meals are available to persons age 60+ providing nutrition – and a safety check – to enable home-bound adults to live nourished lives with independence and dignity. Connect to your local AAA for more info.

Senior Centers

Over 200 Senior Centers are located throughout Missouri. In addition to meals, senior centers offer information and assistance, lifestyle and wellness classes and much more. Find a Senior Center near you.

In-Home Services and Transportation

AAAs provide in-home services such as light housekeeping, chores, and personal (non-medical) care. AAAs work with local transportation services to help adults get to medical appointments and more. Connect to your local AAA for more info.

Senior Medical Patrol (SMP)

SMP Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries prevent, detect, and report health care fraud.

Long-Term Care Ombudsman

An ombudsman is a neutral, third party representative to listen to concerns about care and quality of life, and who advocate on behalf of long-term care residents.