Families with kids with disabilities (but no adult with a disability) won’t qualify for permanent supportive housing anymore, even if they need intensive case management services to stay in housing. People exiting hospitals, jails, or other institutions after… Read More
Seniors Protest Shelter Reduction The Council overrode an attempt by councilmembers Silverman and Grosso to divert 36 million dollars of a developer give-away to affordable housing and public transportation at Union Market. Councilmember Trayon White made a valiant… Read More
Mayor Bowser is preparing an FY18 budget with further reductions for the DC Office on Aging. SAC’s advocacy in 2017 is more important than ever. We hope you’ll join us in fighting for the services that our seniors deserve.
The DC Senior Advisory Coalition (S.A.C) was founded in 2009 by 12 agency leaders and advocates concerned about the need to improve and expand services for DC’s steadily expanding older population.
The DC Senior Advisory Coalition has four sub groups that deal with specific areas of concern. These areas are: Transportation, Nutrition, Housing, and DC Office on Aging. Each sub group will advocate for