Adult Support


AGES is CIDA’s adult support program that provides One-on-One assistance to enhance the quality of life, inclusion and economic opportunities for adults with disabilities and their families. Any adults with a disability or suspected of having a disability, may request a Case-Management, Support Groups, and Resource Training. All program participants are asked to attend at least one workshop (free) to learn about the service systems and self-advocacy. All services are free.

*The area of services includes:

  • Developmental disability services (OPWDD) application and resources
  • Guardianship
  • Social Security
  • Medicaid and Health Insurance
  • Mental health resources
  • Housing program training
  • Vocational program resources
  • Mediation requests
  • Advocacy
  • Clinical service resources including mental/behavioral health services

* To request One-On-One Assistance or Case-Management, please call (718) 224-8197, EXT. 1, and ask about AGES services. If you wish to register for support group meetings or workshops for adult services and advocacy, please visit

* This program is possible because of funding support from Korean American Community Fund (KACF).

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