Governor's Office of Elderly Affairs | State of LouisianaThe Governor's Office of Elderly Affairs serves as a focal point for Louisiana's senior citizens and administers a broad range of home and community based services through a network of Area Agencies on Aging.
Tel: (225) 342-7100
Fax: (225) 342-7133

Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 61
Baton Rouge, LA 70821

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A Message from the Executive Director, Dr. Jay Bulot

Welcome to the Louisiana Governor's Office of Elderly Affairs website. As the designated State Unit on Aging, the GOEA strives to develop and manage programs that assist older adults and adults with disabilities the resources they need in order to remain at home and in the community for as long as feasible.

The information provided on this website is designed to assist elders and their families with answers to questions about services and opportunities available to seniors and their caregivers in Louisiana. If you require any additional information, or if you have comments or questions regarding programs, services, or this site, please contact us.

All public records request for documents must be submitted in writing to Amanda Smith, P.O. Box 61, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821.

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October 11, 2021
GOEA has moved locations effective October 11, 2021

September 30, 2021
Elder Newsletter Fall 2021 - Volume 21 Issue 3

September 16, 2021
DSNAP Approved for Residents in 25 Parishes Hit by Hurricane Ida

August 31, 2021
Affected by Hurricane Ida and Have Medical Needs?

August 28, 2021
Hurricane Ida message from Louisiana EMDAC From Louisiana EMDAC (Emergency Management Disability & Aging Coalition): Many people with disabilities depend on electricity to survive. Due to the surge of COVID positive patients in the hospitals, it is possible that a hospital will not have capacity to accept people who require assistance from devices that depend on electricity. If you are in this situation, you might consider evacuating to a place or area that is not expected to lose electricity. Call 211 for sheltering information and listen to your local officials. For Hurricane Ida updates, text Ida to 67283.