The California Department of Aging (CDA) is pleased to award over $1.1 million to an additional six (6) California organizations to plan and develop local age- and disability-friendly action plans. The Local Aging & Disability Action Planning (LADAP) grantees will create local age- and disability-friendly action plans to improve their community’s livability and address the current, emerging, and future needs of California’s older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers through cross-sector collaborations and transformational systems change.
The goals of the LADAP grant program align with California’s Master Plan for Aging (MPA) and our state’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. The grant program runs through March 31, 2025.
These new grantees join the nearly 100 communities across California who have already embarked upon age- and disability-friendly action planning and implementation, including the 15 organizations previously awarded LADAP grant program funding earlier this year.
|CDA LADAP Grantee – Round 2||Community Served|
|Non-Profit||Agency on Aging \ Area 4||Sutter and Yuba Counties|
|Local Gov’t||City of Santa Monica Human Services Division||Santa Monica, Los Angeles County|
|Local Gov’t||City of Vista||Vista, San Diego County|
|Local Gov’t||County of Orange Social Services Agency||Orange County|
|Non-Profit||Marin Aging and Disability Institute||Novato, Somona County|
|Local Gov’t||Merced County Human Services Agency||Merced County|