A continuum of care for older adults and support for family members.
The Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging serves families in Douglas, Sarpy, Dodge, Cass and Washington counties. ENOA’s role is to ensure that older adults have access to a continuum of services that help them to remain active, independent and in their own homes for as long as possible. ENOA serves as a gateway to aging services that already exist in the community and also operates its own programs that fill previously unmet needs in the five-county area.
The Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging (ENOA) complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not exclude, treat differently, deny services to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), marital status, status of a covered veteran, or religion in the admission to, participation in or receipt of services under any of its programs, services and activities, whether carried out by ENOA staff directly or through a contractor or any other entity with which ENOA arranges to carry out its programs, services and activities.
Our programs are designed to further our mission and provide much needed services for our constituents.
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ENOA's mission is to promote choice and enhance the wellbeing and dignity of aging adults, caregivers, adults with disabilities, and those with the greatest economic need so they may live independently.
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Men and women age 55 and older who want to earn a tax-free stipend while making an impact in their community are encouraged to join SCP & FGP.
ENOA is looking for men and women age 21 and older to join its Long-term Care Ombudsman Program.
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