Eastern Nebraska Office On Aging
— Our Mission:—
To help older Nebraskans live independently
and remain for as long as possible in their own homes.
As one of 622 area agencies on aging created by Congress under the Older Americans Act, the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging serves families in Douglas, Sarpy, Dodge, Cass and Washington counties. ENOA’s role is to ensure older adults within its region have access to a continuum of services that enable 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.
Through our nutrition programs, care management services, volunteer opportunities and community services, ENOA’s goal is to enhance the lives of older Nebraskans who live within our service area. A further mission of the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging is to continually assess the needs of older individuals and their families and to adapt our programs to meet changing needs. By creating unique programs that fill gaps in service, ENOA helps older Nebraskans to live more independently, to live with dignity, and to remain for as long as possible in their own homes.
A continuum of care for older adults and support for family members
Eastern Nebraska Human Services Agency (ENHSA) Governing Board
Meets on the Second Wednesday of every month @ 3:30 pm
Location: 4715 South 132nd Street | Omaha, NE 68137
ENHSA Governing Board
The Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging is governed by a board of elected officials
from Douglas, Sarpy, Dodge, Cass, and Washington counties.
Mary Ann Borgeson (Chair) | Douglas County
Janet McCartney (Vice Chair) | Cass County
Lisa Kramer (Secretary/Treasurer) | Washington County
Pat Tawney | Dodge County
Angie Burmeister | Sarpy County
ENHSA Governing Board Minutes
ENOA Advisory Council
The Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging works with a group of
professionals from within its communities who provide guidance
and expertise to the agency while serving on its Advisory Council.
Dr. Julie Masters (chair)
Judge Jane Prochaska (vice chair)
Dr. Jane Potter
Bridget M. Rolenc