How can the Aging Network and Senior Services help you?
Meals & Nutrition
Congregate and home-delivered meal programs are offered in most areas of the state, based on available funding and in accordance with program requirements. Meals are provided at least once a day, five days or more per week.
Find out which Older Worker Program is right for you!
Find out what transportation programs are available in your area.
Help at Home
Includes home and community-based services that allow older individuals to remain in their home and receive supportive services. To find out about other in-home services such as those funded through Medicaid or Veterans services, please call the us at 1-800-432-2080.
Offer older adults a place to go for a nutritious meal, social and recreational activities, trips and outings, volunteer opportunities, health screenings, health and consumer education, arts, exercise and healthy aging activities, and more. New Mexico has a network of over 240 senior centers varying in size and programs available. Click here
for the directory.
Healthy Aging and Prevention Programs
Designed for promoting healthy lifestyles for all seniors through information, education, and awareness.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Give us a call today. 1-800-432-2080
What are the Aging Network and Senior Services?
Finding help for older adults.
Senior Services provides contractual oversight and technical and programmatic support for all state and federally funded Older American Act programs, three of the State’s Area Agencies on Aging, federally sanctioned Volunteer Programs (Foster Grandparent Program, Senior Companion Program, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program), and with the New Mexico Senior Olympics and New Mexico State Bar Foundation/Legal Resources for the Elderly Program.
Working with other Department divisions, State Agencies, Area Agencies on Aging and contract providers, the Bureau’s Program Managers work to ensure the effective and efficient administration and management of federal and state funds, and also to ensure that the highest quality of services are being provided to older adults, adults with disabilities, families and caregivers throughout our state.