Seniors age 60 and over and homebound adults** can take advantage of the benefits below. A family member or friend may also contact an Area Agency on Aging on your behalf.

**Homebound persons include those that need the help of another person or medical equipment such as crutches, a walker, or a wheelchair to leave their home, or their medical provider believes that their health or illness could get worse if they leave their home, and they typically do not leave their home.

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Area Agencies on Aging Resources

AAAs are a trusted resource, rooted in every community across the State of Missouri. They are dedicated to serving seniors and meeting all their needs, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. AAAs will play a vital role as DHSS works to ensure that every Missourian has access to a COVID-19 vaccine.

Your local AAA can help you:

  • Register for a vaccine, if you have not yet registered
  • Coordinate round-trip transportation
  • Be reminded when it’s time for your second dose
  • Coordinate a vaccination in your home if you are homebound
Please Note: If you have already registered for a COVID-19 vaccine, your AAA cannot help you get vaccinated faster.

AAA Regions of Missouri
Important Note: Regions for this particular effort are defined slightly different than for other services provided by AAAs.
Region 1
SeniorAge AAA
417-408-8899
Region 2
Aging Matters
573-335-2482
Region 3
Care Connection for Aging Services
1-800-748-7826
Region 4
Young at Heart Resources
1-888-844-5626
Region 5
RSVP
660-665-8314
Region 6
Aging Best
1-800-369-5211
Region 7
Mid-America Regional Council AAA
1-800-593-7948
Region 8
Aging Ahead
636-207-4209
Region 9
SLAAA
1-877-612-5918
Region 10
Region X
417-781-7562
Region 11
Monroe City Nutrition Center
573-735-2131

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