Leading Toward a Better Minnesota

The Minnesota Leadership Council on Aging (MNLCOA) brings together the resources and power of consumer, advocacy, social and health service organizations to advocate boldly for positive systems change to benefit older adults and their families in Minnesota. Seventeen leading nonprofit organizations form the Council. Together, these organizations represent or serve more than a 1,000,000 seniors and family caregivers.

The Council's current efforts focus on assuring that health and long-term care reform in Minnesota addresses the needs of older adults and their families. Promoting communities that better serve the needs of older adults is a key interest of the Council. The Council's website serves as a valuable portal to information about aging issues in the state.

News/Media

  • Apr 09, 2014
    Twelve Communities Receive Grants to Become “Dementia-Friendly”

    Twelve new ACT on Alzheimer’s® action communities have been awarded grants of up to $8,000 to become dementia-friendly and succeed in creating a supportive environment for people with Alzheimer’s and their families. Read the ACT on Alzheimer's News Note.

  • Apr 08, 2014
    National Quality Forum (NQF) Community Action Guide

    The National Quality Forum (NQF) is seeking public comment on its draft Community Action Guide, a new resource designed to help communities initiate or improve population health programs. Visit the Population Health Framework web page.

  • Apr 07, 2014
    DHS Transition Plan for Implementation of Home and Community-Based Services

    Notice is hereby given that Minnesota intends to develop a Transition Plan to comply with the final CMS HCBS Medicaid Rule issued January 16, 2014, Document 79 FR 2947. Download the complete Notice of Intent (docx.

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