The Wake County Senior and Adult Services Department is a strong advocate in providing information to help consumers make educated decisions about supportive services in the community, as well as long-term care options. Here are some resources for the elderly and persons with disabilities and links to other major aging- and disability-related sites.

Wake Network of Care, a one-stop resource directory to help you locate needed services and supports throughout the Wake community. The Wake Network of Care provides comprehensive information on local services and organizations and a Learning Center dedicated to topics related to health and well-being. With the click of a button, you can translate the entire Web site into a number of different languages, as well as change the font size to an easier-to-read print.

We make every effort to keep the resources and information current and accurate. If you or your organization can offer additional resources not listed, please let us know. After exploring the Wake Network of Care, we would love to know what you think – just click the Feedback button at the bottom of the homepage.

Wake County faces a significant challenge in the coming years, in the form of a
rapidly growing senior population, many of whom are also economically disadvantaged. In view of this challenge, the Wake County Human Services Board recognized that our county’s leaders needed to join together in a collaborative and community-based effort to plan for the needs of our quickly growing senior adult population. Consequently, the Human Services Board established an Aging Services Committee and charged it with the task of developing a county-wide Aging Services Plan (2015–2019)    
Senior and Adult Services Department created a listing of resources relating to following topics: Facility, Residents' Rights, Food, Housing, Medicaid/Medical, Pharmacy, Senior and Transportation for you to print.