Skip to main content

Legal Assistance Available to Seniors

Under Title III of the Older Americans Act, it is mandated that each Area Agency on Aging have a Legal Assistance Program separate and apart from other services or programs. Low-income individuals over age 60 with the greatest social or economic need receive particular attention.

Call ADRC/AAA, Aging & Disability Resource Connection/Area Agency on Aging, at 877-222-3737. To find your local ADRC/AAA office click here.

Filing a Charge

If you feel as if you have been victimized by age discrimination, you should file a complaint as soon as possible as there are strict time limits to hearing a claim of this nature. Complaints can be reported in several ways:

Learn more about filing a charge here.

Senior Legal Workshop

The Camden County Surrogate and the Freeholder Board’s Division of Senior & Disabled Services hold a series of free legal workshops for senior and disabled residents throughout the month. The sessions are held at the Camden County Store, located on the second level of the mall at Voorhees Town Center, Somerdale, and Burnt Mill Roads, Voorhees. Those who attend may receive legal advice on a Last Will and Testament, an Advance Directive for Health Care, and a Power of Attorney. Participants are required to be a Camden County residents aged 60 and over or disabled citizens age 18 or older in Camden County. Pre-registration is required. To register, call 856-571-1316.

Text this page to someone: