Nevada's Care Connection is our state's Aging and Disability Resource Center program. The Aging and Disability Resource Center program (ADRC) is a collaborative effort of the Administration on Aging (AoA) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to provide information and access to long term supports and services .The ADRC program serves as a single point of entry into the long-term support system for seniors, people with disabilities and caregivers. ADRCs are also referred to as a “one stop shop” or “no wrong door” system. ADRCs benefit consumers by helping to identify needs, gathering information and resources to meet those needs and reducing the stress of navigating benefits.
Nevada's Care Connection was established in 2006 and helps consumers become aware of their choices, empowers them to make informed decisions and easily access public and private long term supports and service programs. This website as well as local resource centers throughout the state are the first stop for Nevadans who are seeking information and assistance about long term supports and services. The success of Nevada’s Care Connection is strengthened through a wide range of partners and collaborative efforts among service providers within our state. We strive to provide friendly, welcoming places where anyone can come for information and assistance regarding public benefit programs and other services available to plan for long-term care needs.
The ADRC is jointly funded by the Administration on Aging and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. It is administered by the state of Nevada Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD). For a complete list of ADSD offices, click here.
Visit www.adsd.nv.gov to learn more about the Aging and Disability Services Division.