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Program Funding

With an increase in aging in place comes a need to address sustainable funding for long-term programming.

While an aging in place program may receive an early investment or grant, it is critical to find ways to continue the program beyond the initial setup.

To support the process of aging in place in rural communities, rural aging in place programs can sustain program funding through:

  • Contributions from partner organizations
  • Funding from grants and contracts
  • Analysis of return on investment and/or assessment of the monetary benefits of the programs

Here are examples of organizations and grant programs that have funded aging in place activities: