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Health Care

Low-income seniors deserve the access they need

Justice in Aging is a national non-profit legal advocacy organization that fights senior poverty through law.

The government programs that deliver critical health care, medicine, long-term services and supports, and home and community based services to low-income seniors are extremely complex; and the policies that govern and control access to these programs are difficult to navigate and ever changing. Through our expertise in law, elder rights, and the rules that govern these programs, we ensure that low-income seniors have access to the health care they need, and to which they are entitled by law. Our health care and long-term services and supports (LTSS) advocacy is focused on three areas.

Defend Health Care

Defending and strengthening health care programs for older adults.

Keep Older Adults in Community

Building a health care and LTSS delivery system that honors choice, includes strong consumer protections, and provides opportunities for seniors to receive services at home and in their communities.

Health Equity

Ensuring programs and services are delivered without discrimination based on race, ethnicity, language ability, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, or other potential disadvantage.

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