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Service Programs

What Does VAAA Do?

VAAA secures services for older adults and persons with disabilities through contracts and purchase of service agreements with local organizations, and then monitors these providers for the quality and effectiveness of the care given.


Area Agencies on Aging are mandated under the federal Older Americans Act to serve as visible advocates on behalf of older persons. The Area Agency on Aging works to represent the interests of older persons by educating public officials, consumer advocates and the community about older adult needs.

Contact Us

  • Phone(810) 239-7671




We’re here to give families and caregivers the support they need to bring their loved ones home. Our nursing home transition program makes goingWe’re here to give families and caregivers the support they need to bring home a choice. Take a look at this video explaining how we can help your loved ones come home.

Upcoming Event

Independence, Dignity & Joy: The 28th Annual Conference of the Area Agencies on Aging

  • May 7 & 8, 2015
  • Lansing Center
  • Keynoters: Health & Human Services Director Nick Lyon
  • Aging & Adult Services Agency Director Kari Sederburg

Lois Beebe Hayna wins 2015 prize for poetry

Matter of Balance Flyers









PRESS RELEASE White House Conference on Aging (3)



Senior Power Day

DIABETES PATH FLYER_Loose Center May 2015Path for Diabetes

Upcoming PATH and Diabetes PATH workshops_Spring-Summer 2015

PATH Workshops

6 Step to Prevent a Fall
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Creating Confident
Caregivers – Burton
Creating Confident
Caregivers –Eastside


The Valley Area Agency on Aging Advisory, Legislative and Board of Directors meetings will be held at the following location: 225 E Fifth Street Suite 111 Flint, MI 48502