Who We Are
The Montgomery Area Council on Aging has served seniors in the River Region area of Montgomery, Autauga, Elmore, Coosa, and Tallapoosa counties for more than 42 years.
From MACOA's birth in 1972, the agency's mission has been to assist senior citizens by providing services to promote independent living, offering opportunities to enhance quality of life, and increasing community awareness of senior issues.
MACOA promotes independent, dignified, and meaningful living for senior citizens through a variety of programs that offer hope, care, sustenance, and opportunity to more than 5,000 seniors each month.
MACOA's activities provide the warmth of family and home along with the hope, motivation, enjoyment, and means to live independently.
A River Region enriched by improved quality of life for all seniors through the dedicated efforts of a team of skilled staff and community volunteers.
The Montgomery Area Council on Aging assists senior citizens by providing services to promote independent living, by offering opportunities to enhance quality of life, and by increasing community awareness of senior issues.
To preserve the dignity, independence, and security of seniors living in Autauga, Coosa, Elmore, Montgomery, Talladega, and Tallapoosa counties.
To develop and maintain a comprehensive, coordinated continuum of services for seniors.
To enhance people's abilities to continue contributing to society spiritually, mentally, and physically as they grow older.
To empower people to make good choices and take responsibility for themselves as they age.
To focus efforts on older people with social and economic needs.
To expand the capacity to provide home and community-based services for seniors with fund-raising events; the solicitation of group and individual donations; and the pursuit of public funds.
To promote partnerships and networking within the River Region to accomplish programs and services for seniors at the lowest possible costs.