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The Olympic Area Agency on Aging (O3A) serves as a safe entry point for information and assistance for seniors and adults with disabilities in Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson and Pacific Counties. We can help you explore your options, answer your questions (or find the answers!), and help link you to the right services.

Local COVID Information


O3A will host public hearings to request feedback on the required update to the four year area plan for services in 2024-2027. For more information, including a Zoom link where available, please visit our Area Plan page.

Area Plan
The Olympic Area Agency on Aging (O3A) needs you! Help improve local services for seniors and adults with disabilities by taking a short community survey.  Responses to this survey will help O3A develop a plan to provide services in 2024-2027 as required.
Your survey responses are anonymous. You can provide your name and phone number or email address if you want O3A staff to contact you about services.  Thank you in advance for your participation!
 Area Plan Survey

Reasons for getting the COVID-19 Vaccine

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  • We now have the chance to return to the people and places we love. Let’s get our lives back again.
  • Your loved ones need you. Get the COVID-19 vaccine to be sure you can be there for them, and so you can protect them.
  • Doctors and nurses have decided to get the vaccine. Now they recommend you do, too. Talk to your doctor to find out more about why it’s right for you.
  • The COVID-19 vaccine was tested with 70,000 people. Now more than 157 million people have been vaccinated in the US alone. You can feel confident that it’s safe and effective.

People at a Senior CenterHomebound and need help finding or getting to a vaccine location? Call us!

Information & Assistance:

Clallam County 360-452-3221
Jefferson County 360-385-2552
Grays Harbor County 360-532-0520
North Pacific County 360-942-2177
South Pacific County 360-642-3634