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Service Area
Fairfield County
  Bethel
  Bridgeport
  Brookfield
  Danbury
  New Fairfield
  Newtown
  Redding
  Redding Center
  Redding Ridge
  Ridgefield
  Riverside
  Sandy Hook
  Shelton
  Sherman
  Southport
  Stamford
  Stevenson
  Stratford
  Trumbull
  Wilton
Litchfield County
  Barkhamsted
  Bethlehem
  Bridgewater
  Canaan
  Colebrook
  Cornwall
  Cornwall Bridge
  Goshen
  Harwinton
  Kent
  Lakeville
  Litchfield
  Morris
  New Hartford
  New Milford
  Norfolk
  Northfield
  Riverton
  Roxbury
  Salisbury
  Sharon
  South Kent
  Taconic
  Terryville
  Thomaston
  Torrington
  Washington
  Washington Depot
  Watertown
  Winchester Center
  Woodbury
New Haven County
  Beacon Falls
  Cheshire
  Madison
  Meriden
  Middlebury
  Naugatuck
  Northford
  Prospect
  Seymour
  South Britain
  Southbury
  Wallingford
  Waterbury
  Wolcott

Western Connecticut Area on Aging

The Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging, Inc. (WCAAA) is a private, non-profit corporation. Through designation as an Area Agency on Aging, the WCAAA is a funding source for services designed to maintain seniors in the community. Funding is derived from federal, state and local sources with clients contributing toward the cost of many supportive services.

Federal and non-federal funding finances services such as congregate and home delivered meals, legal, chore, health, adult day care/respite, transportation, veterans outreach, senior centers, benefits outreach and health screenings for seniors in the 41 town western CT area. Our home based senior assessments frequently act as a gateway to our programs and services. The Agency administers the statewide Alzheimer Respite Care Program, as well as the following programs with federal funding: National Family Caregiver Support, Money Follows the Person, Live Well, Congregate Housing Service and through a contract with the local housing Authorities, the Resident Service Coordination Project.  As  a State of Connecticut contractor, we administer the Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders, for Waterbury.  The WCAAA is a resource for information and referral to services for older adults and through research, serves as an advocate for older adults in the 41 towns. As a member of the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, the WCAAA is part of a national referral network focused on assisting seniors and caregivers.  The WCAAA and Independence Northwest, in partnership, function as the designated Aging and Disability Resource Center for the Western Area.