Mission: Council on Aging’s (COA) mission is to enhance lives by assisting people to remain independent through a range of quality services. Annually, COA serves more than 26,000 older adults and people with disabilities in Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties.
Serving Our Community:
Independence. It means something different for everyone. But most of us would like to be as independent as possible, for as long as possible—even if we are aging or have a chronic health condition or disability.
Whether you’re a working caregiver, struggling to help your parents remain independent in their home, or an older adult who needs assistance with meals and transportation, COA’s programs and services can help with whatever independence means to you. Through a number of publicly funded programs, we offer services that promote independence, dignity, and health and safety for people of all ages and income levels throughout our service area.
One call to COA connects people to free and unbiased information, advice and referral on any topic related to aging, disability services or caregiving.
Suzanne Burke, President and CEO
Cynthia Wright Sellers, Chair, Council on Aging Board of Trustees
Karen Brown, Vice-Chair, Council on Aging Board of Trustees
Robert M. McLaughlin, Treasurer, Council on Aging Board of Trustees
Cathy Crain, Secretary, Council on Aging Board of Trustees
Other Ways to Help:
In difficult times, like the COVID-19 pandemic, older adults and people with disabilities are often disproportionately impacted. And, their needs may go unnoticed by the community at large. As a publicly funded organization, COA relies on the generous support of other businesses and organizations in our community, as well as individual donors, to help serve older adults and people with disabilities in times of crisis.
For example, a $50 donation can help provide a 14-day meal box or a personal care commodity box to a vulnerable community member in need.
175 Tri County Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45246