Ravalli County's Seniors

We help people age with dignity. We want to give seniors the opportunity for independence and to remain in their homes for as long as possible. Ravalli County Council on Aging is an Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC).

Ravalli County Council on Aging

News & Events

March for Meals

It’s exciting to be able to join agencies all over the country to celebrate Meals on Wheels programs through the March for Meals celebration. Our

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Overdue Welcome

Please welcome our new Nutrition Manager, Danny! Raised in Oklahoma, Danny has worked for nonprofits across the country while his wife completed her PhD in

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BitterRoot Bus TAC meeting

The BitterRoot Bus will host a Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting on Wednesday December 14th at 10am in the Council on Aging conference room at

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Ravalli County Council on Aging

Our Services


Learn about Meals on Wheels, Senior Centers and Supplemental Food Programs


Learn about Lifeline, Money Management, Loan Closet, Homemaker Programs and more.


Learn about housing, support groups, ombudsman, SHIP, and more



Learn about on-demand public transportation in Ravalli County, the Curb Club and more.

Common questions

Call Danny, our nutrition supervisor, to set up an assessment.

Call to set up an appointment with one of our SHIP counselors.

Contact the BitterRoot Bus to schedule a ride.

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Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

The Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) were developed through a partnership between the Administration on Aging (AOA), Administration for Community Living (ACL), and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The overall goal of the ADRC program is to empower individuals to effectively navigate their long-term services, provide options to make informed choices and streamline access to long-term services and

support. The vision is to have ADRCs in every community serving as highly visible and trusted places where people can turn for information on the full range of long-term support options and a single point of entry to public long-term support programs and benefits.  

ADRCs are a resource for both public and private-pay individuals. Making information and counseling available to private-pay individuals is a central element of the AOA/ACL/CMS Resource Center vision. Reaching people before they become Medicaid-eligible, and helping them to learn about low-cost options and programs such as private long-term support insurance, can help individuals make better use of their own resources and help to prevent or delay spend-down to Medicaid. ADRCs serve elders age 60 and older, and people with physical disabilities over the age of 18. Click HERE to find ADRCs throughout Montana.

Ravalli County Council on Aging

Congregate Meals Sites

Meals on Wheels is one of our signature programs, helping seniors stay independent and healthy by providing nutritious meals delivered to their door by friendly drivers.

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Call us and see how we can help you & your loved ones