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CNMI Four Year State Plan on Aging 2015-2019

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Island’s (CNMI) The Department of Community and Cultural Affairs (DCCA), Office on Aging (OoA) Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Northern Mariana Islands (Commonwealth of) 1 October 2015 Policy document

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The State Plan will serve as a comprehensive document that provides direction for the Office on Aging (OoA) as it plans and implements long-term care reform efforts. These reforms will assist elderly individuals and people with disabilities to maintain independence and dignity in their homes and communities. It is the intent of the State Plan to strategically guide the agency to address the challenges of an aging and disabled population in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Island's (CNMI).

The CNMI Four-Year State Plan on Aging is aligned to the national goals and objectives of the Administration for Community Living (ACL) Strategic Action Plan of 2013-2018. The State Plan will continue to pursue the core programs provided for by Title III such as supportive services and senior centers, nutrition service, disease prevention and health promotion services, national family caregiver support program, and transportation services.


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