Resources

We have developed this list of resources to help assist you in making informed decisions regarding Long Term Care Facilities, Medicaid, Social Security, Insurance information, Special Benefits, Federal Funding and any other concerns that you may have.

CMS' Mission: To ensure effective, up-to-date health care coverage and to promote quality care for beneficiaries CMS' Vision: To achieve a transformed and modernized health care system. CMS will accomplish our mission by continuing to transform and modernize America's health care system.


Medicare.gov is a consumer beneficiary Website that provides access to information about Medicare, Medicare health plans, contact information and publications, as well as information about health care and nursing homes.


USA.gov for Seniors: View topics about and for senior citizens, including retirement, health, housing, taxes, and travel.


Official website of the U.S. Social Security Administration. What you can do on this web site: Apply for benefits Replace your lost, stolen or damaged Medicare card, Request a Proof of Income letter, Change address/phone number, Find a Social Security office and much more.


AoA awards Older Americans Act (OAA) funds for supportive home and community-based services to the State Units on Aging (SUA), which are located in every state and U.S. territory. In addition to funding critical nutrition and supportive services, funds are awarded to the SUA for elder rights programs, including the long-term care ombudsman program, legal services, outreach, and elder abuse prevention efforts.


Oregon Health Care Association is a private not-for-profit trade association representing more than 620 nursing homes, assisted living, residential care, senior housing facilities, in-home care agencies and long term care corporate offices, along with close to 200 nationwide business partner members. Members include not-for-profit, proprietary, privately owned, multi-facility and professional partners. OHCA is the largest long-term care trade association in Oregon representing a diverse, well-rounded membership base, including more not-for-profit members and proprietary members than any other association in the state.