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County Area Agency on Aging to hold meeting on four-year plan

Discussion set for March 20 in Pleasant Hill

The Contra Costa County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is inviting county residents to a community meeting it is holding in Pleasant Hill on March 20, where AAA officials will give an update on its 2016-20 four-year area plan.

Officials will be on hand to discuss the four year plan’s past actions and future goals, as well as provide a platform for participants to provide comments on how the AAA is doing and where they can improve their efforts to increase the quality of life for Contra Costa County’s elderly population.

In an email to county residents, AAA officials said the following key topics would be discussed at the meeting:

* Contracted services

* AAA direct services

* Program development and coordination (PD&C)

* Administration and advocacy activities

* Outreach/targeting

* Area plan goals

* Community service areas and focal points

* Estimated number of seniors to be served

* Estimated units of service

* Estimated grant allocation plan

If the presentation being spoke in English presents a barrier to any residents, AAA officials are encouraging participants to contact Anthony Macias at 602-4175, in order to make alternative arrangements.

The Contra Costa County Area Agency on Aging will meet with residents March 20, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, at 500 Ellinwood Way in Pleasant Hill. Organizers have requested that attendees arrive early and to not park in front of 550 Ellinwood Way, if needed more parking spaces will be available in front of building 300.

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