We know that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) plays a key part in improving the health of our nation. We ensure our communities access the many benefits of the ACA.
Social Security is the single most important financial safety net program for older adults. We must strengthen, not cut, benefits.
Large numbers of older people of color, American Indian/Alaska Native elders, and LGBT elders nationwide face financial difficulties, making both Medicare and Medicaid critically important to their health and economic well-being.
The HIV/AIDS epidemic has disproportionately affected communities of color and LGBT people since its beginning. Learn more about our eight policy recommendations that can dramatically improve the lives of older people with HIV.
The Older Americans Act (OAA) is the country’s leading vehicle for delivering services and supports to older people nationwide and was due to be reauthorized in 2011. We are pushing for our nation’s leaders to move reauthorization forward.
Immigration reform presents a key opportunity to strengthen our programs and policies to better support older immigrants. Our families deserve to be united, not divided.