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Office on Aging

Our Mission

The Beaver County Office on Aging is committed to identifying the diverse needs of our aging population, providing quality services, preserving the dignity of the individual and advocating for the older person's rights.

What's New

It’s time to plan your summer garden.  Sign up for one of our Senior Garden plots by calling 724-774-3003. Garden plots are available for able and disabled persons over age 60 who live in Beaver County. The Gardens are located in Brighton Township. Penn State Master Gardeners are available on site.

Need help for yourself or a family member? Close to retirement? New to Medicare? Want to volunteer? The Beaver County Office on Aging has many opportunities for learning what is available for seniors. Visit one of our fun Senior Community Centers or call our Information and Referral Department.

Farmers Market Vouchers will be available in June 2014. Our schedule of distribution sites will be posted on our webpage.

Who We Are

The Beaver County Office on Aging operates under the direction of the Beaver County Commissioners and under counsel of the Advisory Board which includes professional and community members.

The Pennsylvania Department of Aging is funded by federal, state, and lottery dollars. This money, along with local funds, is allocated to the Beaver County Office on Aging to reach consumers 60 years of age and older who live in Beaver County.

Beaver County Office on Aging programs and services are provided directly by the agency or by monitored subcontractors. Services are provided to persons based on need and program guidelines. In-home services are supportive in nature and are designed to supplement and maintain the person in a home setting. Services are offered on a priority basis, which corresponds to a comprehensive needs assessment.