Oklahoma Alliance on Aging
3200 NW 48th Street, Room 222
Oklahoma City, OK  73112
(405) 943-1895
Office Hours  8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
                                                                    

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ADVOCACY POSTINGS

OAoA Annual Meeting Notive June 14, 2012 click to view

Click to view OAOA Priority Measures That Failed in the 2012 Legislative Session

 Click to view Letter to Members concerning your opportunity to say what measures should be on the OAOA Survery for 2013 Legislative session advocacy list

Click to View OAOA 2012_2013 Nominating Committee Report

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE NEW ALLIANCE BROCHURE AND MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

IN HONOR OF VIVIAN SMITH - SCHOLAR, ADVOCATE AND FOUNDER

 

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Oklahoma Alliance on Aging

Officers for 2010  -  2012

 Linda Aron,   President

   Trish L. Emig, First Vice-president

Vacant , Second Vice-President

  Linda Aron, Third Vice-President

  Kent Kepler, Treasurer

  Vacant, Assistant Treasurer

Annette Bisel, Secretary

  Vacant, Assistant Secretary

  Janine McCollough  , Immediate Past President

Marietta Real,  Executive Coordinator 

Wanda Debruler, Newsletter Editor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PURPOSE

The Oklahoma Alliance on Aging, Inc., (OAoA) is a nonprofit statewide educational and charitable body composed of individuals and delegates from organizations interested in affairs concerning the welfare of the elderly citizens of Oklahoma and their families.  The alliance is organized to bring together organizations and individuals to work actively toward common goals to improve the quality of life for older Oklahomans.  The purposes of the Alliance are to:

 

    Act as a forum for discussion of, and education on concerns of members.

    Provide informational material on issues contributing to the well being of older Oklahomans and make recommendations to public and private entities and the general public in accordance with the purposes adopted by the Alliance.

    Facilitate internal communication, coordination, and cooperative action by members, and establish a communication network to study issues and talk with decision-makers.

    Develop a base of grassroots support through member organizations to stimulate and participate in training of people to assist in carrying out the purposes and objectives of the Alliance.

    Assist and cooperate with member organizations in developing independent local coalitions and grassroots support for state and local issues that are important to the elderly.  All actions taken by the alliance shall be nonpartisan.  Statements of endorsement or opposition shall be only on issues.

 

 

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