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It's in Hampton's budget: $45,848 for Peninsula Agency on Aging

As the Peninsula's population continues to age, demands on services for the elderly will continue to increase. The city will contribute $45,848 to the Peninsula Agency on Aging, according to the 2015 fiscal year budget. The agency provides assistance to people older than 59 who want to stay in their own homes with as much independence as long as possible. The majority of the agency's funding is used to fund specific services such as nutrition, transportation, home care and care coordination, according to the budget. Local funding is used to maintain existing service levels and provide the local match for federal funds along with increased demand for in-home care, Meals on...

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