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MCOA Mission Statement

Building strategic partnerships to educate, empower and advocate for professionals who work with older adults.


MCOA Positioning Statement

MCOA will be the principal statewide organization to support municipalities, membership, and other organizations that serve older adults through advocacy, networking, professional development, consumer education, and resource opportunities.


MCOA Vision Statement

Statewide collaboration to advance the quality of life for older adults.


Statement of Purpose

Established in 1979, the Massachusetts Association of Councils On Aging & Senior Center Directors was formed to:

  • Improve the quality of services provided to older adults of the Commonwealth by the Councils on Aging, Senior Centers, and other social services providers within the Commonwealth.
  • Educate and otherwise improve the skills of the staff of Councils on Aging and Senior Centers of cities and towns of the Commonwealth.
  • Encourage and promote the development of new Senior Centers in the Commonwealth and the expansion of existing ones.
  • To do and perform any and all acts and services that may be incidental or necessary to carry out the above purposes.

MCOA Leadership

MCOA Bylaws

Council on Aging Enabling Legislation

Goals and Objectives

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