Aging & Long Term Care of Washington offers the following services to senior citizens, disabled adults and their caregivers:
- Program information and referrals
- Case management programs
- Benefits assistance
- Caregiver support program
- Health and wellness programs
To learn more, you can contact ALTC staff by calling (509) 735-0315 or by visiting www.altcwashington.com. Their Benton and Franklin county office is located at 3311 W. Clearwater Ave., Suite D-100 in Kennewick, WA.
Eligible seniors can get meals delivered to their front door or visit Pasco's First Avenue Center for a lunchtime meal. Meals are provided to seniors on a donation basis, but donation is not necessary. Home-delivered hot meals are available to seniors who are homebound, unable to cook for themselves, or lacking a support system to provide regular lunchtime meals. To apply for home-delivered meals, visit Senior Life Resources.
If you would like to visit the Pasco dining center for a lunchtime meal, the First Avenue Center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00Am to 1:00PM. Lunch is served at 11:30AM and the center is located at 505 N 1st Ave. in Pasco, WA, please call (509) 543-5706 for any questions.
Veterans can make an appointment at the Veteran Affairs Clinic Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to 4:30PM. Please call (509) 946-1020 to make an appointment and inquire about services offered.
SHIBA is a volunteer-run program that provides unbiased and free assistance navigating Medicare coverage. Tri-Cities Community Health in Pasco makes arrangements for you to meet with a knowledgeable volunteer to help you find the best healthcare plan to meet your needs. You can contact SHIBA at Tri-Cities Community Health by calling (509) 543-1952 or emailing: [email protected].