The Aging & Disability Resource Center provides an Information and Referral Program. This Program
provides YOU with a "one-stop shop" for finding information regarding services in Broward County available for
seniors, persons with severe and persistent mental illness, their families, and caregivers. It is the official Senior Help Line for
ADRC Helpline — 954.745.9779
Trained Information and Referral Specialists are ready to listen to your concerns and provide you with information
for a variety of senior service providers, including publicly funded and private pay services. Our staff can assist you in English,
Spanish, and Creole.
You can reach our ADRC Information and Referral staff by phone, locally, by dialing 954.745.9779 and
TTY 954.745.5689, or, nationwide, by dialing 1.800.96-ELDER (1.800.963.5337).
Walk-ins also are welcome. The ADRC's office is located at:
5300 Hiatus Road, Sunrise, FL 33351.
Our Information and Referral Services are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
If you would like to contact the ADRC, but are unable to do so by phone or prefer to use a written message, then please use our
Contact Us form.
The ADRC provides public access to the Florida statewide database of
Community Resources available in each county. This database can be
searched by Zip Code or City as well as by Keyword or Agency or Program Name.
EHEAP is a program which provides assistance for home-energy emergencies to qualified, low-income households with at least one person
60 years of age or older.
Home Touch provides carpentry, plumbing, electrical and other minor repairs necessary to preserve
health and safety to clients 60 or older in owner occupied homes. Priority is given to low-income elderly. Financial and
material donations are accepted. The Home Touch Program is administered by the Minority Builders Coalition, Inc.
The Senior Citizen Law Project offers legal advice and representation to Broward County residents, 60 years of age and
older. Legal assistance is provided for: housing, health related issues; governmental benefits; consumer issues; and naturalization.
Services are targeted to low income and minority persons.
For more information about the Senior Citizen Law Project, . . .