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Care Facilities by State

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Arizona
California

California Dept of  Aging (CDA)   http://www.aging.ca.gov/html/programs/services_menu.htm.  The California Department of Aging serves as both a unifying force for services to seniors and adults with disabilities and as a focal point for federal, state and local agencies which serve the elderly and adults with disabilities in California.

Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) - A day care program which provides health, therapeutic, and social services to serve the specialized needs of frail elderly as well as adults with functional impairments at risk of institutionalization.

Alzheimer's Day Care Resource Centers (ADCRC) - Day care for persons with Alzheimer's disease (and other related dementias) who are often unable to be served by other programs. The centers provide respite as well as training and support for families and professional caregivers.

Area Agencies on Aging - The Area Agencies on Aging coordinate a wide array of services to seniors and adults with disabilities at the community level and serve as a focal point for local aging concerns.

California Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program - Professional staff and trained volunteers investigate and resolve complaints made by or on behalf of residents of long term care facilities.

Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) - Provides social and health case management to assist persons aged 65 and over, eligible for Medi-Cal and certifiable for skilled nursing care, to remain safely at home

Respite Program - Provides temporary or periodic services for frail elderly or adults with functional impairments to relieve persons who are providing care, or recruiting and screening of providers and matching respite providers to clients.

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California Department of Social Sevices

http://www.cdss.ca.gov/cdssweb/default.htm

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Other Useful California Sites

  [PDF] COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION CHOOSING NON-MEDICAL OUT-OF-HOME ...

... a brief overview of the senior care facilities licensed by ... Additional Information you may find helpful at the CCLD ... The Long Term Care Ombudsman Program in your ...

www.ccld.ca.gov/res/pdf/NMOHC.pdf - 2006-07-19 - Text Version

  [PDF] Choosing Non-Medical Out-of-Home Care for Seniors in California ...

... a brief overview of the senior care facilities licensed by ... Additional Information you may find helpful at the CCLD ... The Long Term Care Ombudsman Program in your ...

www.seniorsummit.ca.gov/materials/john_mongeau.pdf - 2006-06-30 - Text Version

  State of California - California Care Network - Home and Community ...

... you live in California but need to find resources for ... Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP ... In-home Supportive Services (IHSS) and related care through Medi ...

www.calcarenet.ca.gov/home_community_services.asp - 25k - Cached

  California Department of Aging - Related Links

... most state-licensed and certified facilities that serve ... and Offices in California California Care Network Social ... a social security statement or find out about ...

www.aging.ca.gov/links/related_links.html - 23k - Cached

  California Department of Aging - Medicare - Consumers Quick Facts ...

... Find a Prescription Drug Plan that Best Fits Your Needs; Medicare Spotlights ... Part D Information for Individuals in Nursing Homes or Long-Term Care Facilities: ...

 Administration on Aging
Aging Network
Alliance for Aging Research
Alzheimer's Association
American Society on Aging's Alcohol and Drug Training Project
AXA Foundation Family Care Resource Connection
California Assisted Living Facilities Association
California Association for Adult Day Services (CAADS)
California Association of Area Agencies on Aging (C4A)
California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF)
California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
California Care Network - Search for facilities and services for a loved one, a friend, or yourself. It includes most state-licensed and certified facilities that serve the aging.
California Commission on Aging
California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
California Department of Fish and Game - Free and Reduced-Fee Fishing License Information
California Department of Health Services (DHS)
California Department of Justice Office of Attorney General Preventing Crime and Violence in California
California Department of Managed Health Care
California Department of Mental Health
California Department of Social Services (DSS)
California Health Advocates (California HICAP Association)
California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS)
California Medical Services Authority
California Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board
Caregiver Resource Network
Center for Injury Prevention, Policy & Practice
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
CMRI see "Lumetra"
Commission on Aging
Family Caregiver Alliance

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California Registry, http://www.calregistry.com/  A state licensed free referral agency for seniors and their families. (800) 777-7575We have been providing senior housing information, counseling, referrals and facility evaluations free of charge since 1939. We are committed to providing every client with the best possible information and referral regardless of their financial situation. California Registry sub-sections:

Immediate Assistance
Getting Referrals
Online Housing Directory
Home Health Directory
Choosing a Facility
Assisted Living
Congregate Ret Housing
Retirement Housing
Residential Care
Nursing Homes
Senior Apts.
Caring for Alz. Patients
Continuing Care
Resources
Specialized Services
Financial Services
Gerontology Courses
Personal Testimonies
Senior Links
End of Life

Pennsylvania

GREAT SITE: Penn State University -- County specific information for older Pennsylvanians and their caregivers. Invaluable Information for Pennsylvanians. There is a ton of general information that goes well beyond Pennsylvania.

Long Term Care in Pennsylvania
http://www.longtermcare.state.pa.us/
This website was designed to provide quick and easy access to comprehensive information about the many long term care and service options available throughout Pennsylvania. A site created in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.

Pennsylvania Department of Health, Health Care Facilities Search
Search for Home Health Agencies and Hospices by county or city.

Pennsylvania Department of Public Health:
Nursing Homes/Long Term Care Facilities

Look here for information on nursing homes in the state of Pennsylvania, which are licensed by the Department of Health. They have extensive reports on facilities.
 
Nursing Care Facility Locator Page
 

PANPHA: Pennsylvania Association of Non-Profit Homes for the Aging


PANPHA Allegheny County

United Way of Allegheny County
Caregiver's Resource Guide

Texas

 Department of Aging---

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