The Ohio Department of Aging's philosophy of care is simple:
provide consumers with quality-based services and supports that promote
the highest level of independence and highest quality of life they are
able to achieve and maintain. ODA believes in consumer-directed
services, individual choice and community engagement. Ohio's elders
should have an array of quality services from which to choose that
support their values, promote their health and foster their
The Planning and Quality Division is responsible for provider operations in the various Agency on Aging programs (PASSPORT, Assisted Living, Care Coordination, Title-III, Alzheimer’s/Caregiver, HEAP), as well as the Agency’s strategic planning, advocacy efforts, and professional development and training.
Providers of various types may be eligible for participation in Agency programs. The Agency on Aging contracts for the services delivered in each of the various programs. These services include: Adult Day Service, Assisted Living Service, Community Transitions Service, Chore, Congregate Meals, Emergency Response System, Home-Delivered Meals, Homemaker, Home Medical Equipment, Independent Living Assistance, Legal Counseling, Minor Home Modification, Nutrition Consultation, Personal Care, Socialization, Social Work/Counseling, Medical Transportation, and Visiting.
Each program offers a menu of services that include some, but not all, of the above. Below are resources available to current and businesses interested in becoming service providers.
on Aging Region 9
Request for Proposals
None at this time
A service provider is an established and qualified business contracted with Area Agency on Aging Region 9, Inc. to provide needed services to assist eligible older adults living in Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Guernsey, Harrison, Holmes, Jefferson, Muskingum and Tuscarawas counties. Each program requires different services. Below you will find quick links to Provider related information.