News & Notices

News & Notices

Notice of Funding: Title III-D for Evidence-Based Education Programs (posted 1-31-24)
COAAA is pleased to announce the availability of three (3) grants of up to $2,500 each to assist qualified organizations in meeting the costs associated with the implementation or registering of ‘completers’ for COAAA’s Health In Action (Chronic Disease, Diabetes, and Pain Self-Management) and/or Matter of Balance. All funds must be expended by December 31, 2024. Preference will be given to applicants who are able to offer Health In Action and/or Matter of Balance workshops in person (or remotely if necessary due to a health crisis) in our eight-county area. Priority counties are Fairfield, Fayette, Licking, Madison and Pickaway counties. Other COAAA counties may be considered if applications are not received from priority counties. See Notice of Funding for full details. Deadline for applications is 5:00 pm on Thursday, February 15, 2024.

Request For Proposals: Psychometric Evaluation of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Screening
COAAA is seeking proposals from qualified and experienced firms or individuals to conduct a comprehensive psychometric evaluation, including testing validity and reliability, for our Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) screening. Proposal Submission Deadline: Friday, January 26, 2024 by 5 pm. Full details posted at Requests for Proposals & Notices of Funding webpage.

Public Notice and Request for Comment: Assisted Living Waiver Renewal

Post Date

January 11, 2024

End Date

February 10, 2024


The purpose of the renewal is to adopt policies consistent with the Assisted Living waiver.


Assisted Living Waiver Amendment



Notice of Funding Awarded: Title III (posted 10-11-23)
Full details are available on COAAA's Notice of Funding webpage.

Notice of Funding Awarded for ARPA/Title III and Alzheimer’s Respite Services (posted 6-15-23)
Full details are available on COAAA's Notice of Funding webpage

Strategic Area Plan 2023-2026
COAAA's 2023-2026 Strategic Area Plan is posted under the Our Agency section in the County Information page. The plan describes emerging and priority issues as well as goals, objectives, and strategies for the next four years.

Home Energy Assistance Program
Assistance is available to income-eligible Ohioans that helps pay for home energy bills.  The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) assists Ohioans who are at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty guidelines pay their heating bills.  Learn more by visiting the Home Energy Assistance Program.