Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) Database Inclusion and Exclusion Policy
Nevada's Aging and Disability Resource Center envisions empowering consumers to make personal decisions, plans, and social connections that allow them to maintain their independence as long as possible.
The Nevada ADRC project is a network of community-based sites with the common purpose of providing:
The focus is to connect Nevada's elders, persons with a disability, their families, care givers and anyone wanting to plan for their future long-term support needs, into public programs that are geared towards maintaining one's independence in their own community.
The purpose of the resource database is to catalog community service providers and services that serve the ADRC target population and maintain current and accurate information in order to connect our consumers with needed or wanted services.
In order to maintain the integrity of the information and assistance component of the ADRC Sites, the following guidelines have been established to determine which organization services may be included in the resource database. Inclusion in the ADRC database is free.
The following criteria were based on the inclusion/exclusion criteria provided by the Alliance for Information and Referral Systems Standards.
Agencies/Program Eligible for Inclusion:
Agencies/Programs ineligible for Inclusion:
Organizations must ensure submitted information is accurate and updated when prompted by the ADRC Webmaster via electronic mail every four months.
If an organization has significant changes in its contact information (i.e., change in designated contact person, phone number, hours of operation, website, email or address), the organization is responsible for submitting their updates and changes to the ADRC Webmaster for approval.
Submission for Inclusion Process:
Nevada ADRC reserves the right to make the final determination as to which organizations are included in the database and may remove or exclude any organization for fraud, misrepresentation, discrimination, service non-delivery or any other reason approved by the Nevada ADRC.
No endorsement or lack of endorsement of any agency/program shall be construed from its inclusion in or omission from the resource database. Agencies or organizations that want to appeal a decision by Nevada ADRC regarding the inclusion or exclusion decision should follow these guidelines:
The information contained in the ADRC database is provided by the entities. Every effort is made to verify the accuracy of the resource data, but Nevada ADRC does not guarantee accuracy or completeness of the information provided or that the services listed will be readily available.