Six County Association of Governments

AAAs Serve Communities

One of the OAA’s (Older Americans Act) foundational principles is that the programs and services created to help support consumers in their homes and communities are customized to meet their individual needs. There’s nothing one-size-fits-all about AAAs or the services they offer their clients!

Roles of all AAAs: Assess community needs and develop and fund programs that respond to those needs; educate and provide direct assistance to consumers about available community resources for long-term services and supports; serve as portals to care by assessing multiple service needs, determining eligibility, authorizing or purchasing services and monitoring the appropriateness and cost effectiveness of services; and demonstrate responsible fiscal stewardship by maximizing use of public and private funding to serve as many consumers as possible.

All AAAs offer five core services under the OAA:

ELDER RIGHTS includes abuse prevention and long-term care ombudsman programs





  • Information and referral
  • In-home services
  • Homemaker & chore services
  • Transportation
  • Case management
  • Home modification
  • Legal services

Programs include:

In Home:

  • Alternatives
  • Caregiver
  • Medicaid Waiver
  • 3-B

Senior Center Services:

  • Senior Transportation
  • Senior Services (Vary by center)

Volunteer Services:

  • RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program)
  • VITA (Volunteer Income Tax assistance)
  • CERT (Community Emergency Response Team)

Other Programs and Services:

  • Senior Medicare Patrol -Medicare fraud education
  • Senior Health insurance Program
  • LTC Ombudsman
  • Veteran Transportation Legal Services Preventative Health
  • (385) 286-5559
  • 250 N Main St
    Richfield, UT 84701