State Resources Center

To help you better navigate the many issues, costs and questions related to senior care and senior housing, we have compiled a list of both local and national government resources.

U.S. Helplines & Hotlines for Suspected Elder Abuse

If you believe an elder abuse situation to be imminently dangerous, threatening or serious, call 911 or the local police. If you suspect on-going mental, physical or financial abuse of an elderly loved one, call the protective services agency in the state where your loved one lives. View a list of U.S. protective service agencies by city, county and state

Directory of State Agencies on Aging

When it comes to caring for elderly parents, you are not alone. Promoting and encouraging the health, independence and dignity of America’s seniors is a mission of the federal government and the states. All 50 states have an Area Agency on Aging that  provides assistance to seniors and their families with transportation, assistance with daily living activities, health care and nutrition. View a directory of all Area Agencies on Aging by state

List of U.S. Local Area Agencies on Aging & Title VI Programs

Title VI programs provide nutritional and supportive services to elderly American Indians, Alaskan Natives and Native Hawaiians in addition to comparable services offered to other older adults by AAAs. Browse our comprehensive list of AAAs and Title VI programs in each of the 50 U.S. states and 7 U.S. Territories

Directory of Medicare Complaint & Appeals Agencies

If you are unhappy with medical care you have received while using Medicare, the government sponsored health insurance plan for adults age 65 and older, you, as a beneficiary, have the right to file a complaint or appeal. Any and all grievances related to your medical care while on Medicare can be filed with your local state Quality Improvement Organization (QIO). Browse a list of Medicare QIOs for all 50 states

State Inspection Data FAQ

Making sense of infraction counts, state infraction data and licensing information can be difficult, which is why SeniorHomes.com created a helpful guide to explain how we obtained the inspection data that is used in our rating system and provide answers to common questions regarding inspections of senior communities. Read more about common questions regarding state inspection data…