IDOA - Area Agencies on Aging
Listing of Illinois Area Agencies on Aging. In accordance with Federal Older American's Act regulations, the Illinois Department on Aging has divided Illinois into 13 Planning and Service Areas (PSAs). The 13 Planning and Service Areas in Illinois are each managed and served by an Area Agency on Aging. The Department works in partnership with these agencies: 12 not-for-profit corporations and one unit of local government, the City of Chicago. Area Agencies have the primary task of planning and coordinating services and programs for older people in their respective areas. The Area Agencies receive funding from the Department based on a formula which takes into consideration the number of older citizens and minorities in that area, as well as the number living in poverty, in rural areas, and alone. Like the Department on Aging, Area Agencies are not, as a rule, direct service providers. Area Agencies contract with local agencies which provide services to the older people who live in the same community.
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The Federal Aid to States presents data on federal government aid to state and local governments by state and U.S. Outlying Area. In this report, grants to state and local governments represent actual expenditures of the federal government, and only grants to state and local governments are included.
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