There are 12 Departments of Aging in Alabama, serving a population of 4,850,771 people in an area of 50,633 square miles. There is 1 Department of Aging per 404,230 people, and 1 Department of Aging per 4,219 square miles.
The state of Alabama is ranked 16th in Departments of Aging per capita, and 20th in Departments of Aging per square mile.
Find Alabama departments of aging, offices, councils, agencies of aging and adult services.
Alabama Tombigbee Department of Aging 107 Broad Street Camden, AL
Autauga County Department of Aging 165 West 5th Street Prattville, AL
Baldwin County Department of Aging 22251 Palmer Street Robertsdale, AL
Baldwin County Department of Aging 22272 Alabama 59 Robertsdale, AL
Bullock County Department of Aging 106 Baskin Street Union Springs, AL
Cullman County Department of Aging 1539 Sportsman Lake Road Northwest Cullman, AL
DeKalb County Department of Aging 600 Tyler Avenue Southeast Fort Payne, AL
Fayette County Department of Aging 431 Center Road Fayette, AL
Lamar County Department of Aging 145 Columbus Avenue Northwest Vernon, AL
Lawrence County Department of Aging 14980 Court Street Moulton, AL
Limestone Council Department of Aging 912 Pryor Street West Athens, AL
Morgan County Department of Aging 401 2nd Avenue Southeast Decatur, AL
Find Alabama Senior Population, Senior Marital Status, Senior Disability Status, Senior Employment Status, and Senior Income. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
|Total Senior Population||783,832||49,238,581|
|Now Married, Except Separated||54.6%||55.3%|
|With a Disability||40.9%||35.0%|
|In Labor Force||15.0%||17.7%|
|Not In Labor Force||85.0%||82.3%|
|Senior Employment Rate||14.5%||17.1%|
|Senior Unemployment Rate||0.5%||0.6%|
|Mean Household Income||$49,350||$59,222|
|Mean Social Security Income||$20,615||$21,083|
|Mean Supplemental Security Income||$9,129||$9,690|
|Mean Cash Public Assistance Income||$2,888||$2,955|
|Mean Retirement Income||$25,071||$27,399|