The Alliance for Aging, Inc., provides comprehensive information and access to quality services for older adults and their families in Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. The Alliance funds home and community-based services that help keep people at home and out of nursing homes.
President and CEO Max B. Rothman assists with food distribution at Allapattah Community Center
Alliance for Aging's Healthy Aging Department presented Falls Prevention and Flu & You programs
Programs aimed at preventing financial elder abuse.
Funding for a wide range of services, such as home delivered and congregate meals, personal care, and respite to help older people stay in their homes and out of nursing homes. The average client is low-income, minority, female, over age 80. Half the clients are widowed and many live alone or have dementia.
Provide information about resources in the community and referrals to many agencies for elderly and disabled adults to help them get the assistance they need.
Adult Protective Services
Emergency assistance to older adults, referred by Adult Protective Services, who are at high risk of abuse, neglect or exploitation.
Emergency Home Energy Assistance for the Elderly Program (EHEAP)
Emergency energy assistance payments to pay utility bills for households of elderly people who are at risk of having their electricity turned off.
Program of trained volunteers who provide unbiased counseling and education to elders, disabled adults, caregivers, and family members who have questions and need assistance with Medicare, Medicaid and other health insurance.
Iveris L. Martinez, PhD,
Madeleine G. Arritola
Gloria M. Peruyera, M.S.
Robert H. Foley, DVM,JD
Immediate Past Chair
Sen. Daphne Campbell
Dean A. Churack
Jeffrey A. Codallo
Maria Luisa Gonzalez, MHA
Max B. Rothman
President & CEO
Karlene B. Peyton
VP for Operations and Development
VP of Finance/CFO
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.