Benefits Systems Change in Alabama
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Benefits Systems Change in Alabama

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Read more about the background on this initiative and discover what other states are doing to help seniors enroll in benefits in:

NCOA is working with community partners in Alabama as part of a broader initiative supported by The Atlantic Philanthropies that aims to improve benefits access systems for low-income older adults. Similar initiatives are also taking place in Colorado and Cook County, IL.

Lead partner

Our lead partner in Alabama is the South Alabama Regional Planning Commission (SARPC) Area Agency on Aging.

State activities

Stay tuned for more details about the project's implementation in Alabama.

Contact

If you'd like to partner with SARPC or learn more about benefits access in Alabama, contact Julie McGee at SARPC.

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