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Administration for Community Living

330 C Street SW., Washington, DC 20201

TTY, 800-877-8339

ADMINISTRATORAlison Barkoff, Acting
Principal Deputy AdministratorAlison Barkoff

The Administration posts its organizational chart online, which is accessible on the "Organization" web page.

The Administration for Community Living administers programs and advises the Secretary on issues relevant to people with disabilities, their families and caregivers, and the independence, well-being, and health of older adults.

Sources of Information

A–Z Focus Areas, Networks, and Programs

An alphabetical index of areas of focus, networks, and programs is available online.

Archived Records

The "Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States" does not indicate a record group to which the Administration's records have been assigned.


The Administration's Blog presents diverse perspectives on trends and issues related to older adults and people with disabilities.

Career Opportunities

For information on employment opportunities, visit the "Working at ACL" web page.

In 2020, the Administration ranked 368th among 411 agency subcomponents in the Partnership for Public Service's Best Places To Work Agency Ranking.

Contact Information

Phone numbers and an electronic message board are available on the "Contact Us" web page. Addresses for regional administrators also are accessible on the same web page.

Data / Research

Data and statistics on older adults, as well as on persons with intellectual, physical, and developmental disabilities, are available on the Administration's website.

Elder Care Services

The elder care locator is a public service that provides information on services for older adults and their families. Online chat with an information specialist is also available Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–8 p.m., eastern time. Phone, 800-677-1116.

Elder Justice

Visit the Elder Justice website to explore its online resources: data, research, response information, technical assistance, and training.

Federal Register

Significant documents and documents that the Administration recently published in the Federal Register are accessible online.

Finding Help

People often have questions about programs that are available in their States or communities, about which programs would best suit their needs, and about program eligibility and how to enroll. A variety of resources are available to help answer these questions and others.

Long-Term Care

Long-term care is a range of services and supports that help people meet their personal care needs—getting dressed, driving to appointments, or making meals. Many people are not sure what services and supports are covered by insurance, and they may be misinformed about Medicare coverage. The website has resources to bring clarity to insurance benefits, the services and supports that insurance covers, including those services and supports that Medicare covers.

Older Indians

The "Older Indians" website delivers technical assistance resources to Title VI directors and serves as a Title VI programs forum for increasing communication.

Social Media

The Administration has a Facebook account.

The Administration tweets announcements and other newsworthy items on Twitter.

The Administration posts videos on its YouTube channel.