Our mission is to provide resources that enhance the emotional, social, and physical well-being of seniors, adults with disabilities, and those who care for them.

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About Us

We provide essential resources for seniors and adults with disabilities, their families, and caregivers, throughout Island County. We are the only private nonprofit in northwest Washington that provides the array of resources we do.

Island Senior Resources is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) that has been serving Island County since 1972. It is not an agency of local, state, or federal government. 

Island Senior Resources is the trade name for Senior Services of Island County. We are only partially funded by government sources. 

Island Senior Resources

Transparency

Island Senior Resources files with the IRS under the registered legal name, Senior Services of Island County.  Island Senior Resources is the trade name for Senior Services of Island County.

Welcome

You are welcome here. You are safe here. Your needs are important.

We at Island Senior Resources value, respect, and support individuals of every race, color, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, age, socio-economic status, religion, non-religion, and national origin, who make up the whole of our community.

We are committed to continually learning and challenging our own assumptions and biases around inclusion, equity, diversity, and justice.

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Our Impact

 




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Our Supporters

Our support comes from Federal and State grants through Northwest Regional Council, The city of Oak Harbor, the Town of Coupeville, the city of Langley, Camano Senior Services Association, foundation grants, community and business donations, and individual bequests.

Thank you to the following foundations, businesses, and organizations. We gratefully acknowledge grants from the following foundations, businesses, and organizations. Their support has been vital to our ability to provide essential services to seniors and adults with disabilities, their families, and caregivers.