There are 7 Departments of Aging in Washington, serving a population of 7,169,967 people in an area of 66,439 square miles. There is 1 Department of Aging per 1,024,281 people, and 1 Department of Aging per 9,491 square miles.
The state of Washington is ranked 37th in Departments of Aging per capita, and 28th in Departments of Aging per square mile.
Find Washington departments of aging, offices, councils, agencies of aging and adult services.
Franklin County Department of Aging 1315 North 7th Avenue Pasco, WA
Kennewick Department of Aging 500 North Morain Street Kennewick, WA
King County Department of Aging 600 Southwest 39th Street Renton, WA
Pierce County Department of Aging 1305 Tacoma Avenue South Tacoma, WA
Seattle Department of Aging 700 5th Avenue Seattle, WA
Toppenish Department of Aging 401 Fort Road Toppenish, WA
Washington State Department of Aging 711 Capitol Way South Olympia, WA
Find Washington 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||1,073,499||49,238,581|
|Now Married, Except Separated||57.7%||55.3%|
|With a Disability||35.5%||35.0%|
|In Labor Force||16.8%||17.7%|
|Not In Labor Force||83.2%||82.3%|
|Senior Employment Rate||16.3%||17.1%|
|Senior Unemployment Rate||0.5%||0.6%|
|Mean Household Income||$62,335||$59,222|
|Mean Social Security Income||$22,039||$21,083|
|Mean Supplemental Security Income||$10,378||$9,690|
|Mean Cash Public Assistance Income||$2,254||$2,955|
|Mean Retirement Income||$28,172||$27,399|