The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC), administered by Access to Healthcare Network (AHN), acts as a single point of entry for long-term support for seniors age 60 or above, people with disabilities (of any age), family members, and care providers. ADRC helps individuals of all ages and income levels obtain the services and support they need by establishing one-on-one assistance through a single organization. This one-stop shop works to enhance independent living by providing access to needed services and reducing the stress of navigating benefits.
Who is the ADRC for?
Individuals 60 years of age and above
Individuals with a disability regardless of age
Family members/care providers of individuals with a disability
What does it provide?
Options Counseling: trained and certified staff can assess your needs over the phone or in-person, help you understand all available options for assistance, and empower you to make informed decisions
Community resource assistance including: food, housing, and energy assistance
SNAP (food stamps), meals on wheels and food bank information
Medicare and Medicaid application assistance
Independent living services
Short- and long-term planning
Save Money on Medicare Costs
AHN’s Aging & Disability Resource Center can assist individuals in applying for the Medicare Savings Program, which if approved, can result in individual’s saving up to $134 per month on Medicare Part B.
AHN’s Aging & Disability Resource Center can also assist individuals in applying for the Extra-Help low-income subsidy which providers up to $20.56 per month in Medicare Part D funding and provides additional discounts on prescription drugs.
Individuals approved for both the Medicare Savings Program and the Extra Help Prescription Program receive an average of $5,000 in Medicare related savings per year.
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