About Us


Empower and support older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers by providing quality services, resources, and opportunities to maintain independence and elevate quality of life.


Lead a network of community agencies to provide accessible, coordinated services for older adults & adults with disabilities to have independent, dignified lives

Western IL Area Agency on Aging strives to achieve our mission and vision through our core values.

Core Values

Advocacy- Ensure home based and community based services are available to the people we serve
Leadership- Create a standard of excellence in advocacy and service delivery through effective collaboration
Ethics & Integrity- Serve with consistent professionalism, honesty, respect & compassion
Accountability – Be excellent stewards of federal, state and private resources
Flexibility – Adapt to changing business landscapes, funding resources and the expanding populations served

WIAAA History

The Western Illinois Area Agency on Aging was founded in 1973 under an amendment to the Older Americans Act of 1965. The Act is a Federal law created to help older Americans live in their homes with safety and dignity as long as possible with appropriate services and support. There are approximately 629 area agencies across the nation, 13 in the State of Illinois. We are part of a vast, national network of services and programs to protect the rights and support the needs of older Americans.

Hours of Operation

Open 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday

Closed on all major holidays, and Martin Luther King Day and President’s Day.

The office will be closed if the Moline school district or Black Hawk Community College are closed during winter weather storms.