EIN 37-0982325

East Central Il Area Agency on Aging

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East Central Il Area Agency on Aging leads and advocates for inclusive resources and services that empower the optimal aging of East Central Illinois' diverse older adults, individuals with disabilities, and their care partners. They plan, coordinate, and advocate for the development of opportunities and services to achieve outcomes which promote the health, strength, independence, dignity, and autonomy of older persons and persons with disabilities, including older adults with limited resources.
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Program areas at East Central Il Area Agency on Aging

Eciaaa plans, coordinates, and advocates for the development of opportunities and services to achieve outcomes which promote the health, strength, independence, dignity, and autonomy of older persons, and persons with disabilities, older adults with limited english proficiency, support families caring for older persons, and grandparents and other relatives raising children. These opportunities and services include: access services including: a network of 11 coordinated points of entry providers in the provision of information & assistance and option counseling services.revenue for services: $1,716,637 in federal, state, local match and project income information & assistance: persons served: 15,839 contacts: 55,066options counseling under and over age 60: persons served: 4,359 contacts: 15,891 outreach: persons served: 8,272in-home services including: home delivered meals, telephone reassurance and friendly visiting.revenue for in-home services: $5,509,008 in federal, nsip, state, local match and project income.home delivered meals: persons served: 4,147 meals: 588,647 telephone reassurance: persons served: 133 units: 1,958 friendly visiting: persons served: 10 units: 143 community services including: congregate meals, legal assistance, gap (reducing social isolation) and flexible community "gap" services.revenue for community services: $1,883,777 in federal, nsip, state, local match and project incomecongregate meals: persons served: 3,043 meals: 143,999legal assistance: persons served: 393 hour of staff time: 2,907flexible community "gap" services: persons served: 155 units: 188gap (reducing social isolation): persons served: 52 units: 110 healthy Aging programs including: chronic disease self-management program, diabetes self-management program, gerontological counseling with pearls, strong for life, and a matter of balance. Revenue for services: $109,725 in federal, state and local matchhealth: promotion (matter of balance, strong for life, diabetes self-management & chronic disease self-management programs): persons served: 198 classes: 1,702gerontological counseling with pearls: persons served: 59 classes: 688caregiver support programs including: caregiver advisory services and respite services for caregivers and grandparents raising grandchildren and stress busting - evidence based service and gap & adrd supportive gap services. Revenue for services: over $622,048 in federal, state, local match and project incomecaregiver advisory counseling: persons served: 1,293 sessions: 8,914respite: persons served: 23 hour of staff time: 89gap filling: persons served: 78 units: 120 adrc supportive gap filling: persons served: 31 units: 77elder rights programs including the adult protective services program, the ombudsman program, and the senior medicare patrol. Direct payments of state funds come from the Illinois department on Aging to elder abuse & neglect service providers in East Central Illinois. The function of eciaaa is administrative in nature.long term care ombudsman programrevenue for services: $489,803 in federal and state funding. Long term care ombudsman conducts facility visits, consultation, response to inquiries, case investigations, complaints, and presentations, in general in the sixteen-county Area of East Central Illinois. Yearend reporting include: facility visits: 965 information & assistance to individuals and facility staff: 5300 units resident council meetings: 112 new cases: 610 closed cases: 628. Eciaaa serves older americans and their caregivers through... Advocacy in action - eciaaa informs seniors and caregivers about proposed legislation and public policies, takes positions on the issues, and presents our positions to elected officials at the local, state and federal levels. Planning, program development and coordination - eciaaa assesses the needs of seniors and caregivers, identifies issues for long range planning, sets priorities for funding, coordinates services, develops new or expanded services, and forms partnerships with other organizations, for example, collaboration with centers for independent living to develop an Aging and disability resource center network in Area 05. Supporting community programs on Aging - eciaaa awards federal and state grant assistance to local agencies for the provision of services to seniors and caregivers. Services are available to persons 60 and older, caregivers of persons 60 and older, and grandparents and other relatives raising children 18 and younger. Older persons and their families show their support by donating their time, talents and voluntary contributions. Older americans act services are targeted to older adults in greatest social and economic need, especially low-income minority older persons and persons with limited english proficiency, and older adults in rural areas. Providing easy access to information, assistance, services and supports - eciaaa supports a network of 11 coordinated points of entry who work collaboratively with 7 care coordination units, 9 family caregiver resource centers, 4 centers for independent living, Illinois department of human services family and community resource centers, the Illinois department of rehabilitation services, behavioral healthcare agencies, and other community organizations. This collaboration is known as the Aging & disability resource network. Our partners take a "no-wrong-door" approach to inform adults, persons with disabilities, and their families about their options, make informed choices, and help them apply for benefits and services. You can find a list of Aging & disability resource network partners nearest you by calling toll-free at 1-800-888-4456; you can visit our website at www.eciaaa.org; or you can send an inquiry by e-mail to: [email protected]. Developing community-based long-term services and supports - eciaaa works with coordinated points of entry, comprehensive care coordination units, centers for independent living, hospitals, and service providers in the Aging network to help older adults make successful transitions from home, to hospital, to rehabilitation facilities, and home again. We are also collaborating with the va illiana healthcare system and comprehensive care coordination units on the veterans-directed home and community based services program to provide consumer-directed services to enable disabled veterans to live independent

Grants made by East Central Il Area Agency on Aging

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
OSF Healthcare System (OSF)Services Benefiting Seniors and Caregivers$2,193,908
Community Research Resource Information and Service for SeniorsServices Benefiting Seniors and Caregivers$1,331,645
Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center (SBLHC)Services Benefiting Seniors and Caregivers$1,237,886
...and 11 more grants made

Who funds East Central Il Area Agency on Aging

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
AgeOptionsSenior Medicare Fraud Patrol$10,000

Personnel at East Central Il Area Agency on Aging

Susan RedmanDeputy Director$148,332
Susan RealExecutive Director$148,208
Kelly Elsey-CoffeyFiscal and Technology Manager
Amanda HydePlanning and Grant Manager / Planning and Grants Manager$104,310
Kathy MundayTreasurer / Board$0
...and 7 more key personnel

Financials for East Central Il Area Agency on Aging

RevenuesFYE 09/2022
Total grants, contributions, etc.$9,524,406
Program services$137,140
Investment income and dividends$620
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$9,662,166

Form 990s for East Central Il Area Agency on Aging

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2022-092023-08-01990View PDF
2021-092022-07-11990View PDF
2020-092021-07-14990View PDF
2019-092021-01-21990View PDF
2018-092019-10-04990View PDF
...and 8 more Form 990s
Data update history
May 7, 2023
Received grants
Identified 1 new grant, including a grant for $10,000 from AgeOptions
February 3, 2023
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2021
September 27, 2022
Used new vendors
Identified 2 new vendors, including , and
April 14, 2022
Updated personnel
Identified 4 new personnel
April 10, 2022
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2020
Nonprofit Types
Human service organizationsSenior centersCharities
Human services
Political advocacyReceives government fundingTax deductible donations
General information
1003 Maple Hill Rd
Bloomington, IL 61705
Metro area
Bloomington, IL
McLean County, IL
Website URL
(309) 829-2065
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IRS details
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Form 990
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Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
P81: Senior Centers and Services
NAICS code, primary
624120: Services for the Elderly and People with Disabilities
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