What does the Marin Commission on Aging do?
The Commission on Aging member is appointed by the Marin County Board of Supervisors or local City or Town Council to serve as one of the 21 voluntary advisors to the Board of Supervisors on issues affecting the elderly of Marin County. The Commission on Aging is a federally mandated advisory council to the Board of Supervisors, which serves as the policy-making board of the Area Agency on Aging within County government. The Commission on Aging is also designated by the State as the local long-term care lead agency and project review body, and as the local Adult Day Health Care Planning Council. Learn more about the Marin Commission on Aging!