Tracking our Progress

Master Plan for Aging: Year Three – Commitment, Collaboration & Results

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California continues to lean in to the whole-of-government approach to carry out the promises of the Master Plan for Aging. On January 25, 2024, the Third Master Plan for Aging Annual Report was released highlighting significant advancements across all Five Bold Goals, including historic budgetary investments, leading with equity, and a continued commitment to partnerships and accountability.

Access the Third Master Plan for Aging Annual Report and supporting documents below.

The MPA Implementation Tracker

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The Master Plan for Aging is committed to transparency and accountability. To support this commitment, the CA Department of Aging, in partnership with West Health Institute, has developed the MPA Implementation Tracker. The Tracker is a publicly available database of all MPA initiatives and their progress to date. Search and filter the Initiatives for progress updates by Lead Agency, Goal, Strategy, topics, and more! Search results can be downloaded.