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OUR VISION

Area 1 Agency on Aging envisions a community where older people and those with disabilities have access to resources that promote quality of life.

OUR MISSION

Area 1 Agency on Aging provides leadership and services that support and promote healthy aging.

The A1AA office in Eureka is now open to the public. We also continue to provide services remotely, so no need to come to the office if you don’t want to! In office meetings are by appointment only.

For general information, Call 707-442-3763 Monday – Friday 9 AM to 4 PM.

To reach a Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) counselor about Medicare benefits, call 707-444-3000.

To speak to a long term care ombudsman, call 707-269-1330.

Se habla Español. 707-502-7688.

A1AA LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, January 2024

Area 1 Agency on Aging serves people living throughout Humboldt and Del Norte counties on the Ancestral and Traditional homelands of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation, Yurok, Karuk, Hupa, Wiyot, and many rancherias including shared boundaries with the Sovereign Nation of Elk Valley, Resighini, Big Lagoon, Trinidad, Blue Lake, Table Bluff, and the Bear River Band of Rohnerville peoples. These people have lived here since time immemorial and live here still. We acknowledge and mourn the painful history of genocide and the devastation of lands and waters irreversibly altered. 


We are grateful for opportunities to partner with these Tribes to create a shared vision that will rebalance our relationship to this place, and we hope  that through our work with elders and their families we can learn together and work towards a healthy future that honors elders and the land on which we all depend.


In recognition of this history, A1AA pays the Wiyot honor tax and educates our staff and volunteers about the history of the land and people who continue to live here and care for this land. We seek opportunities to be allies in any work that protects Ancestral and Traditional homelands and provides support to the elders of these communities.

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