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About the Area Agency on Aging

The Alabama Tombigbee Regional Commission (ATRC), Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is a part of a state-wide aging network that provides a variety of Home and Community based services to the region’s senior and disabled populations and their caregivers. As one of thirteen AAA offices in the state, the Alabama Tombigbee Regional Commission has proudly served the region for more than 45 years. The counties served include Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Dallas, Marengo, Monroe, Perry, Sumter, Washington, and Wilcox. The AAA works with public agencies and private businesses to provide a full range of health, education and social services with the goal of fostering independence and improving the quality of life for those we serve.

With many overlapping federal and state programs, individuals seeking help often need assistance understanding which services are available and whether they qualify. The AAA can provide information and assistance to help people access public and private supports and services. The AAA manages programs funded by the Federal Older Americans Act as well programs funded by the state of Alabama.

For information and assistance, call (334) 682-5206 or 888-617-0500.

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ATRC Aging is offering Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention to you in the privacy of your home.  There is no cost for the program, however you must be 60 years of age to participate and you must…

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The month of January is usually a period of critical blood shortages. People stop donating blood during the holidays and when they get sick during cold and flu season.

More than 50 years ago — on December 31, 1969 — the president of the United States signed a proclamation designating January as National Blood Donor Month (NBDM). The new monthly observance was meant to honor voluntary blood donors and to encourage more people to give blood at a time when more blood is needed.

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More than 50 years ago — on December 31, 1969 — the president of the United States signed a proclamation designating January as National Blood Donor Month (NBDM). The new monthly observance was meant to honor voluntary blood donors and to encourage more people to give blood at a time when more blood is needed.

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