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City of Los Angeles Department of Aging provides community based services to seniors and their caregivers to ensure the highest quality of life as possible and remain in the community.

Learn about our programs and services

Elder Abuse

Click on this picture to find out more about Elder Abuse Awareness, including recognizing and reporting incidents.

Elder Abuse Website Link

Learn More about Multipurpose Centers

Multipurpose Centers

There are 16 Multipurpose Centers (MPC) throughout the City of Los Angeles. These centers serve as community focal points for senior services.

Learn More about Multipurpose Centers

Project C.A.R.E

Project C.A.R.E. is an annual program that helps low-income seniors fulfill a holiday wish. It is a joint effort through the City of Los Angeles Department of Aging (LADoA) and the Los Angeles Foundation on Aging. Its success since 2006 is made possible by the generosity of the City of LA employees and volunteers whom help make the senior's wish a reality.

Support LADOA

We welcome and appreciate any contributions to support our mission, you can choose to donate or volunteer.

Aging Well in L.A. TV Show

Aging Well in LA is an Emmy nominated show on LA Cityview Channel 35 that provides valuable source of information for seniors and family caregivers. The 30-minute weekly show focuses on issues affecting our City's senior and family caregivers. Please click this link for a list of episodes available for viewing. is where L.A.'s job seekers and employers connect.

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