Southeast WA Aging & Long Term Care Council of Governments


410 E Main St, Dayton, WA, 99328


46.3211203, -117.9774875



The Southeast WA Aging & Long Term Care Council of Governments organization provides many essential services to disabled and senior Garfield County residents and their caregivers.

Aging & Disability Resource Center

This center provides assistance, information and referrals for community based services. They provide screenings and referral to senior case management services, in-home assessments, family caregiver support, assistance in meeting urgent needs and comprehensive options counseling for long-term care planning.

Case Management

Case management services are available to individuals ages 18+ who need assistance in multiple areas. Case management is designed to help them maintain the highest amount of independence and quality of life in the least restrictive setting.

Family Caregiver Support

Unpaid family caregivers can receive free and low-cost services from this agency. They may provide information, help getting services, medical equipment, ramps, caregiver support groups, counseling, training, education and respite care. Most services are free, some are covered through COPES/Medicaid and others are available on a sliding fee scale.

Medicare Counseling & Enrollment

SHIBA-trained personnel can help you compare Medicare Part D plans and enroll in selected plans. This service is available to current and soon-to-be Medicare enrollees in Garfield County.

COPES & Long-Term Care Services

Southeast WA Aging & Long Term Care provides assistance with enrollment for COPES, a program that provides in-home care, assistance with essential household tasks, adult family home care, assisted living and congregate care services. The program is designed to serve adults who would require Medicaid services in a nursing facility.

This program provides in-home personal care and assistance with housework, laundry, meal prep, eating, shopping, bathing, dressing, transfer assistance, ambulation, self-medication, transportation and more.

Health care services are provided by licensed health care professionals. The care must be prescribed by a physician.

To qualify, you must meet DSHS Medicaid guidelines. This program serves adults with disabilities who are 18-64 years of age and those 65+ who need nursing care.

Opening Hours



8:30am – 5pm


8:30am – 5pm


8:30am – 5pm


8:30am – 5pm



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