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Become a Volunteer
"Volunteering is an American tradition, and I am pleased to celebrate the contributions of all volunteers, but especially those who serve older Americans and their families all across this country. Whether you deliver a meal, look out for the interests of nursing home residents, or help seniors recognize and report Medicare and Medicaid fraud, what you do makes a difference." - Assistant Secretary for Aging Kathy Greenlee
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Our New Senior Resource Maps Are Here !!!
Our Senior Resource maps provide senior citizens with the abilty to locate city resources and to promote wellness through walking.

100 Years! Honor a Centenarian
The AAA has partnered with the Department of Human Services, Division of Aging Services, to recognize centenarians in Georgia.
Do you know someone who will be 100 years of age or older this year? The DHS Division of Aging Services needs your help to identify and recognize Georgia's centenarians.
To request a certificate of recognition and lapel pin for the centenarian in your life, please follow the 2 steps below:
   Send an email to the
DAS Community Resource Manager.
   Complete the
Centenarian Recognition Request Form.

You will be contacted within 2 business days to acknowledge receipt of your request. If you do not hear from DAS within 2 business days, please call the Community Resource Manager at (404) 657-1515.
Thank you for helping us to honor the men and women who have built Georgia's families and communities.

Area Agency on Aging

The following programs and services receive federal and state funding through a contract between the Southern Georgia Regional Commission and the Department of Human Services Division of Aging Services. While some services are provided by AAA staff, most programs are sub-contracted to cities, counties, and other organizations that contribute local monies to provide services directly in their communities.

AAA Programs & Services: 

  • Intake and Assistance (I&A)
  • Long Term Care Ombudsman (LTCO)
  • Elderly Legal Assistance Program (ELAP)
  • Alzheimer's Adult Day Care (ADC)
  • Home Modification (Wheelchair Ramp Construction)
  • Community Care Services Program (CCSP)
  • Homemaker Services
  • Personal Care Services
  • Caregiver In-Home Respite Services
  • GeorgiaCares (Information and Assistance for Medicare Recipients)
  • Wellness Program
  • Nutrition Services, including Senior Center Services, Home Delivered Meals (HDMs), and Nutrition Education
  • Coordinated Transportation

For information about these AAA Programs and services, contact the Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) at 1-888-73-AGING / 1-888-732-4464.

We are a division of the Southern Georgia Regional Commission (SGRC) and our office is located in Waycross, Georgia at 1725 South Georgia Parkway West. 

The  Southern Georgia Area Agency on Aging develops, provides, coordinates, and advocates for services that assist older individuals, at-risk adults, persons with disabilities, their families, and caregivers. The vision of the AAA is to assist these individuals in Living Longer, Living Safely, and Living Well.