Resources on Aging in Marin 

A compilation of various reports, directories, toolkits, and websites related to healthy active living for all older adults. The goal is to make resources available to empower community organizations, businesses, and government agencies working together to make Marin County age-friendly.

Marin specific:

Whistlestop directory of older adult services

Marin County Commission on Aging

Older Adult Housing in Marin: Planning for 2030” (April 2018)

Marin is Aging: Are We Ready?“, Marin County Civil Grand Jury report (April 2018)

Latino Health in Marin: A Data, Policy and Action Guide

Marin County Dementia Assessment, Marin Health & Human Services (October 2017)

Area Agency on Aging Area Plan, 2016-2020, Marin Aging & Adult Services

State and National: 

American Society on Aging webinars

FrameWorks Institute toolkit on reframing aging

National Resource Center on LGBT Aging resources (info on housing, transgender aging, dementia, HIV, and cultural competency trainings)

SAGE: Advocacy & Services for LGBT Elders rights and resources (Medicare fraud prevention, LGBT aging fact sheets, and a very helpful inclusive services guide)

National Center on Elder Abuse publications (mistreatment of cultural groups, faith community outreach, caregiver brochures, and more!)

National Asian Pacific Center on Aging resources (data briefs, cultural competency courses, financial reports, and more!)

National Indian Council on Aging resources (Indigenous foods, technology use, caregiving, and more!)

WHO Elder Abuse resources (global action plan, fact sheets, infographics, and more!)


National Council on Aging Congressional advocacy toolkit

“Framing Strategies to Advance Aging and Address Ageism as Policy Issues”, from the FrameWorks Institute

California Alliance for Retired American Silver Papers (Medicare, long-term support, housing, social security)

Organizational Development:

YWCA SF-Marin Inclusion Inventory training


Senior Corps RSVP – Notice of Funding Opportunity

DEADLINE: April 4, 2017 | The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) seeks to increase the impact of national service in one or more counties across the country. CNCS intends to fund RSVP grants that support volunteers age 55 years and older in activities that serve community needs and respond to the National Performance Measures… Continue Reading Senior Corps RSVP – Notice of Funding Opportunity