State, Local and Tribal Government Links
This information will help you learn more about the research that is being done to date to further the Aging Initiative including a summary of EPA projects or supported projects and various fact sheets and reports developed by EPA.
- Growing Smarter, Living Healthier: A Guide to Smart Growth and Active Aging is available to be down-loaded. You may also order a copy on line.
- Fact sheets on Environmental Health
- Posters, Brochures and Other
- Special Topics
- Power Point: Presentations
- EPA Reports
- EPA Reports by Topic
- EPA's Programs
- Other Resources
State, Local and Tribal Links
A nationwide network of federal, state and local agencies, led by the U.S. Administration on Aging (AoA), coordinates services for older persons across the United States. The following information is provided to help you locate services in your community, state or elsewhere in the country.
State Offices on Aging are located in every state and U.S. territory. Click here to learn more about State Offices on Aging.
Area Agencies on Aging (AAA's) work to address the needs and concerns of older persons at regional or local levels. To learn more about AAA's, visit the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging.
Services for Native American elders are available throughout the United States. To find out more information about assistance to tribes, visit the National Indian Council on the Aging or the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, which supports many tribal organizations.
The Eldercare Locator is a service provided by the AoA to help you quickly locate support in any community across the United States. You can also call a toll-free number 1-800-677-1116 Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET.
There are approximately 50 national organizations that are concerned with the health and well being of older Americans. Contact the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations to learn more about them.