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DACL Operational Status

December 22, 2021

Many of our programs will be delivered virtually and attendance will be limited for in-person programs.

Please call your senior site or visit their website to verify whether the program you are attending has changed to virtual.

Grab-and-go lunch will continue to be available at all Senior Wellness Centers and community dining sites for current participants.

To learn more about virtual activities, visit dacl.dc.gov and click the “events” tab, or call 202-724-5626.

Click here to the learn the operating status of your senior wellness center. 

Click here to the learn the operating status of your local lead agency. 

 

What else are we offering to meet your needs?

Information & Referral/Assistance – Residents may call (202) 724-5626 to learn more about DACL’s operating status, programs, and services. If you or someone you know is 60+ years old and needs a meal, please give us a call for referral. Phone lines are answered Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm.

Adult Protective Services (APS) – To report allegations of abuse, neglect, self-neglect, and/or exploitation of vulnerable adults, please call the APS Hotline at (202) 541-3950, available 24-hours 7-days a week.

Call & Talk Program – Call & Talk gives us a chance to connect with District seniors directly. If seniors are interested in joining DACL’s Call & Talk line, they should call 202-724-5626.

 

What precautions are we taking to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Our employees are taking precautions to keep themselves healthy and limit the spread of infections like regularly washing their hands, cleaning facilities more frequently, and reducing close contact with each other and residents. Employees have been asked to let their supervisor know immediately if they feel sick.

 

Where should you go if you have questions?

For questions about any of the services we provide and information on any future changes, please contact us at 202-724-5626 or [email protected] For more information, please visit coronavirus.dc.gov.