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.
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March 05, 2021 Governor Edwards Announces New Program to Assist Renters and Landlords Impacted by COVID-19
LEBA Quarterly Meeting Agenda - March 9, 2021 February 26, 2021 211 Assistance Now Available to Help with Self-Reporting Damage Survey following Winter Weather Event February 26, 2021
LEBA Annual Report 2020 February 09, 2021 Capital Area Agency on Aging - Wellness Update February 03, 2021
Elderly Protective Services - Vulnerable Adult February 03, 2021 LEBA Special Meeting - Friday February 5th at 1:00 PM via teleconference January 29, 2021
DSNAP Approved for 6 Parishes hit by Hurricane Zeta January 27, 2021 FAQ's about COVID Vaccines and vaccination programs featuring the U.S. Surgeon General Jerome January 19, 2021
2021 Poverty Guidelines January 19, 2021 DYK? It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week, a reminder that there’s still time to get vaccinated. When more people are protected against flu, it is less likely to spread. To find a vaccination provider near you, click here. December 08, 2020
DSNAP Approved for 5 More Parishes Hit by Hurricane Delta November 16, 2020 GOEA wants to congratulate this year's Golden Deeds Recipient - Mr. Rosie Matina! 98-year's-young and showing us how it's done! November 12, 2020 Rosario 'Rosie' Martina, a 98-year-old Baton Rouge native who four decades ago helped open the city's first meal center for the needy is honored as the 2020 Golden Deeds Award. winner. "Rosie's Army" of 20 to 25 volunteers carries only one weapon - a love of the poor. Every day of the week Rosie and his crew pick up food donated by local grocery stores, bakeries and restaurants and deliver it to the St. Vincent de Paul Dining Room, where it is used to feed hundreds of poor and needy in the Baton Rouge area. "It's God's work, it's not mine. God said to take care of his people, to feed them, clothe them and nurse them,' Martina said."
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Social Security Offices are by appointment only November 02, 2020 Who is eligible for an in-person appointment during the COVID-19 pandemic? For information regarding appointment availability and how to make an appointment with the Social Security Administration Office in your area, visit the above link. Are you eligible for Delta DSNAP but Don't Know How To Apply? Click here to find out how. October 29, 2020
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