Description Of Organization And Services

Heritage Area Agency on Aging helps older adults, family caregivers and adults with disabilities live with dignity and independence in the home they choose. From quick help and information services to long-term, in-depth support, Heritage programs are designed to empower consumers at any stage in the aging process.

Heritage is an Aging and Disability Resource Center, expanding and enhancing the state's information and referral resources for older Iowans, their caregivers and adults with disabilities as they begin to think about and plan for long-term independent living.

Services include: information services, case management, nutrition programs, caregiver support and education, elder abuse prevention and intervention, vocational rehabilitation, evidence-based health programs and more.

Heritage Agency
Contact 2 Name
Harrison March

6301 Kirkwood Blvd SW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
United States

Business Phone

8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Walk-ins are accepted, but calling ahead is advised as many staff work out in the field with consumers.


Heritage serves older adults ages 60+, caregivers for older adults/adults with neurological disorders and adults ages 18+ with disabilities. Services are available in Johnson County, as well as Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Jones, Linn and Washington counties.

Cost of Service

There is no mandatory cost for Heritage services. Services are contribution-based, meaning consumers decide if they would like to donate to Heritage for services received. Suggested contribution amounts are available upon request.

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