Aging and Adult Services
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There’s no one “best age” to start receiving social security retirement benefits so it's important to get informed decision and base your decision
about when to apply based on your individual and family circumstances. The Social Security Administration provides a handy Social Security
Retirement Planner to help you prepare for the future. LEARN MORE
Navajo Area Agency on Aging – Oljato Senior Center
Navajo Area Agency on Aging ensures all elders living on the Navajo Nation receive all benefits to which they are entitled, and that these services are provided in a manner that preserves their dignity, independence and cultural identity.
Under a Tri-State agreement with Arizona, the Navajo Area Agency on Aging serves elders within the Navajo Nation including portions of New Mexico and Utah. NAAA is divided into five agencies: Chinle, Fort Defiance, Crownpoint, Shiprock, and Tuba City. The Central Administrative Office which oversees the five agencies is located in Window Rock, AZ. Oljato Senior Center is under the auspices of Tuba City.
For more information, contact Oljato Senior Center at (435) 727-5856
Aging and Adult Services Provided by San Juan
Services provided directly by San Juan County include transportation to four centers, home delivered meals, home delivered meals, A variety of
recreational activities, legal services, caregiver respite care and more. LEARN MORE
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It’s time to treat our LGBTQ members with respect and compassion.
We Are Navajo supports Dine Equality's mission. They envision the Navajo Nation as a safe, supportive & inclusive home for our gay, lesbian, bisexual, two-spirit & transgender family members. Their mission is to advocate & secure equal rights & protections for the Diné (Navajo) LGBTQ community & their families. Learn More
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