Adult and Aging Commission

​​The 5 Over 50 Volunteer Awards will be presented on May 21, 2024 at the Board 
of Supervisors during the morning session. Contact 
or (916) 874-9336 for more information.​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​May 2023 ​Over 50 Volunteer Award Recipients 

The Sacramento County Adult and Aging Commission is made up​ of volunteers who 
track aging trends, monitor services, and listen to input from service providers and the public. 

The Commission was created to report to the County Board of Supervisors about resources and needs concerning older adults and people living with with disability, their families and support networks. 

The role of the Adult and Aging Commission is to:
  •  Advise the Board of Superviso​rs on matters relating to older adults and people with disabilities
  •  Promote development of services for older adults and people living with disability ​
  •  Inform older adults and their families about available community resources and services
  •  Build partnerships within the community
  •  Examine issues that impact older adults and people living with disability 
  •  Advocate for sustained human services programs and resources ​​​​​​​​​

Adult and Aging Commission Chair: ​Debra ​Bonner​​​

​Adult and Aging Commission Vice-Chair: Theresa Abah

​Adult and Aging Commission Staff Contact: Heidi Richardson at or 916-874-9336

Senior and Adult Services Administration: ​​​916-874-9598​

Contact the Adult Protective Services​ hotline regarding concerns about abuse, neglect, or exploitation: 916-874-9377


​Interested in Serving on the Adult and Aging Commission?

Application Form

AAC 2024 Calend​ar ​​

2022 AAC Annual Report

​​AAC Bylaws​

​​​Resolution No. 2000-24 (Establishing the Adult and Aging Commission)​​​​​