Allen County residents who are 60 or older can benefit from a wide variety of services, from free meals to legal help to caregiver support and even in-home care.
Kathy Brennon, director of the Southeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging, gave county commissioners an update on the organization at Tuesday’s meeting.
The agency provides nearly $100,000 worth of services in Allen County, Brennon said. Most of the agency’s funding comes from state and federal sources. Traditionally, Allen County commissioners have approved $3,000 from its annual budget for SEKAAA.
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