Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging participated in the Senior Community Wellness Fair hosted by Catholic Charities and Capitol City Church of God on May 5, 2018. Here are a few pictures
4/17/2015 Topeka Capitol Journal Article
Area senior-care providers receive FY16 allocations
Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging allocates $1.33M in fed, state funds
The Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging has announced its allocation of more than $1.33 million in federal and state funds to 14 providers of services primarily to senior citizens in Shawnee, Douglas and Jefferson counties.
The allocations are for federal fiscal year 2016, which begins Oct. 1, 2015, agency officials said Friday in a news release announcing the distributions.
Allocations are determined after the agency’s Allocations Committee hears proposals from prospective providers. The committee’s recommendations are forwarded to the JAAA’s Advisory Council, which forwards its recommendations to the agency’s Board of Directors for final approval.
Most of the agencies funded provide services to seniors in multiple counties, though some are county or community specific.
The providers, and the amount of the Jayhawk Area Agency allocation:
Douglas County Senior Services, $127,793.
East Topeka Senior Center, $23,313.
Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging, $582,424.
Jefferson County Service Organization, $30,000.
Kansas Legal Services, $15,460.
Lawrence Meals on Wheels, $52,701.
Meals on Wheels of Shawnee and Jefferson Counties, $408,213.
Mom’s Meals, $75,000.
Papan’s Landing Senior Center, $17,374.
Topeka LULAC Senior Center, $6,061.
A pool of providers including A Helping Hand Home Care, Jefferson County Health Department, Prestige Home Care, and Trinity In-Home Care, $110,459.