ADRC Functions



Nevada ADRC


Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) Program Overview

  • Provides citizen-centered "one-stop" entry points into the long-term support system
  • Serves individuals in need of long-term support, caregivers, and those planning for future long-term support needs

 ADRC Functions

Awareness and Information

  • Public education
  • Information on long-term support options


  • Long-term support options counseling
  • Benefits counseling
  • Employment options counseling
  • Referral to other programs and benefits that can help people remain in the community, including programs to assist in obtaining and sustaining paid employment
  • Crisis intervention
  • Assistance in planning for future long-term support needs


  • Eligibility screening
  • Assistance in gaining access to long-term support services that may be paid with private funds
  • Comprehensive assessment of long-term support needs and care planning
  • Programmatic eligibility determination for long-term support services, including the Medicaid long-term care level of care determination
  • Medicaid financial eligibility determination that is wither integrated or so closely coordinated with the ADRC that applicants experience a seamless interaction
  • One-stop access to all public programs for community and institutional long-term support services administered by the state under Medicaid, Older Americans Act programs devoted to long-term support services, and any other publicly funded services the state determines should be accessed through the ADRCs




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NWD Coordinator

Jamie Ahumada
3416 Goni Road
Carson City, NV 89706