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The State Unit on Aging oversees funding to help Nebraskans stay in their homes. These funding sources include the Older Americans Act, the Nebraska Community Aging Services Act and the Aging & Disability Resource Center Act.

Area Agencies on Aging and other providers deliver a wide range of services to the community. These services promote health, safety and long-term independence. Services may be available to you if you are an older adult, a person with a disability or a caregiver.

 COVID-19

Senior Centers may be temporarily closed or offering limited services because of COVID-19.

  • Senior Centers highlighted yellow are offering limited services. Limited services will be listed. Regular services will be shaded.
  • Senior Centers highlighted red are currently closed. A Re-Open Date may be listed, but is subject to change. Regular services will be shaded.

The Senior Center lists are be updated at approximately 11 AM & 3 PM Central daily.

If you have concerns about COVID-19, please visit:

 State Plan

​The State Unit on Aging maintains Nebraska's Aging State Plan. The plan outlines goals and objectives for the aging community for the next four years. The State Plan is active October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2023. Read Nebraska's Aging State Plan.
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State Unit on Aging
Medicaid & Long-Term Care / Department of Health & Human Services
Phone Number
(402) 471-2307
Fax Number
(402) 742-8388
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 95026, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-5026


 

Report abuse or neglect of a child or vulnerable adult

Call the Hotline at (800) 652-1999

For more information visit Adult Protective Services.