The VCAAA is always working to better the lives of seniors in Ventura County. We are involved in the community through collaborations and programs and always looking to advocate on senior issues.
Meet our Advisory Council. Attend our AC Meetings or our committee meetings and get involved!
Needing senior resourcesand information? Check out our Resource page!
Senior Nutrition Program's newletter is now available online. Learn the importance that vitamin A is to your health or try a new healthy receipe!
Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) can help you with your Medicare problems!
MSSP Case Management Program...helping seniors and keeping them in their homes.
Got senior or caregiver questions? We have answers! Information & Assistance is on hand to answer your questions.
See our garden & find out how you can help!
Please Take the Food Insecurity Survey!
Networking, Classes and Workshops
Elder Cafe LGBTQ Seniors, Family & Friends
VCAAA Senior 2013 Networking Schedule
Make VCAAA a part of your daily life!
Add the VCAAA website to your mobile device for instant access to Senior and Caregiver information!
Download your free QR app at KAYWA.com
VCAAA’s Mission Statement
The responsibility of the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging is to serve Ventura County's 60+ population including those with different social and cultural needs; to foster and support self-determination and independence among the older population; and to provide leadership in the development of a community-based system of care. This mission is accomplished through a network of education, advocacy, problem solving, program planning, and funding.
Our website includes information on senior citizens living in Ventura County. Here you will find information for employment opportunities, health services, housing, in-home services, nutrition, senior centers and transportation.
The Older Americans Act requires that a local agency carry out a wide range of functions designed to lead to the development or enhancement of comprehensive and coordinated community-based systems in, or serving, each community. These systems:
Are a visible focal point for anyone addressing age-related issues
Provide a range of options unrelated to income
Require collaborative decision making among public and private organizations and older people in the community
Offer special help or targeted resources for the most vulnerable older persons
Have a unique character tailored to the specific nature of the community
Disclaimer – Neither the County of Ventura nor the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAAA) shall be liable for any use of the information described and/or contained herein the VCAAA’s website or literature and assumes no responsibility for anyone’s use of the information.Although the data found at this website has been provided from sources believed to be reliable, no warranty expressed or implied is made regarding accuracy, adequacy, completeness, reliability or usefulness.This disclaimer applies to both isolated and aggregate uses of the information.Information, resources, suggestions, and/or links, do not constitute as legal or professional advice.It is being provided as information only.It is the responsibility of the reader to evaluate the content, usefulness of the forms and to contact a licensed attorney if there is a question.