Senior Services


Offices on Aging

U.S. Eldercare Locator (to find local resources)
(800) 677-1116

Federal Tax Return Preparation Assistance


AARP’s mission is to empower people to choose how they live as they age.

AARP Foundation
AARP Foundation serves vulnerable people 50 and older by creating and advancing effective solutions that help them secure the essentials. We’re tackling senior poverty by sparking bold, innovative solutions that help vulnerable older adults build economic opportunity and social connectedness — fostering resilience, strengthening communities and restoring hope.

National Council on Aging
Description from USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology: The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is a nonprofit advocacy and service organization that focuses on joining the efforts of government, businesses and nonprofit organizations to improve the lives of our older adults. They center their attention on developing creative solutions and programs to help older adults live more productive lives through a variety of programs, including Savvy Saving Seniors, Benefits Check Up, Falls Prevention, Restart Living and many more that focus on the finances, employment and health of our senior population. The National Council on Aging works to increase the visibility of challenges that aging individuals face through programs, services and advocacy.

The National Council on Aging also has sections for Caregivers, Professionals, and Advocates.


The Senior Citizens League (An Affiliate of TREA: The Enlisted Association)
Our mission is to promote and assist members and supporters, to educate and alert senior citizens about their rights and freedoms as U.S. Citizens, and to protect and defend the benefits senior citizens have earned and paid for. TSCL consists of vocally active senior citizens concerned about the protection of their Social Security, Medicare, and veteran or military retiree benefits.


Tennessee Senior Services