The Ohio Department of Aging is the designated State Unit on Aging, as required by the Federal Older Americans Act. We are a cabinet-level state agency with a director appointed by the governor. We receive and administer funding from a variety of state and federal sources and oversee several programs.
Learn more about us
Director of the Department - The Director of the Department of Aging is appointed by the Governor. Meet the current Director and learn about past directors.
History of the Department - With roots as a division within a larger agency, the Department has been elevated to a cabinet-level agency as the needs of older persons and their families have moved to the forefront.
Annual Report - The Ohio Department of Aging's Annual Report is based on the state fiscal year (July 1 through June 30) and presents spending information and key accomplishments.
State Plan on Aging - The Ohio Department of Aging (ODA) develops a strategic framework for leadership that improves quality of life and promotes personal choice for older Ohioans, adults with disabilities and their families and caregivers.
Structure of the Department - Get an overview of how the agency is organized and the types of programs we oversee.
Work for the Department - Check here for current job openings with the Department.
Customer Service Standards - We strive to provide excellent customer service.