Community Collaborations – Partners & Provider Agencies

Provider Agencies

Our Customer Service Specialists who serve on our ADRC Helpline are here to connect you to resources in the community. Because ElderSource is not a direct service agency, we partner with other organizations to help provide the needed services.

ElderSource funds and works with the following Provider Agencies to deliver directly the services you need. We monitor their programs to ensure that quality services are delivered.


Through the generosity of various organizations, ElderSource is able to accomplish so much more! Thank you to these organizations and individuals for their support and friendship.

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging
National Council on Aging
Delores Barr Weaver Fund
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The Community Foundation
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Florida Blue
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The Jim Moran Foundation

The Senior Roundtable

Senior Roundtable is coalition of agencies, organizations, and individuals serving elders in Northeast Florida and the group and meets at ElderSource every other month. The mission of the group is: to build solutions to support seniors through strategic collaborative partnerships. Senior Roundtable is funded by The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida. For more information call ElderSource at (904)391-6600.

Caregiver Coalition of Northeast Florida

The Coalition is a partnership of leading healthcare, aging and senior services organizations that serve those caring for other in our region.

For more information: [email protected] or

Dementia Care and Cure Initiative of Jacksonville

In collaboration with Florida’s 11 Area Agencies on Aging and 17 Memory Disorder Clinics, ElderSource has been tapped to chair the Jacksonville task force of the Dementia Care and Cure Initiative (DCCI). The DCCI is a group of community partners working to create a dementia-friendly Jacksonville to increase the quality of life for those affected by the disease. Efforts of the Task Force include hosting workshops to inform community stakeholders of the need and benefits of creating dementia-friendly communities. This effort aligns with the national movement by Dementia Friendly America which strives to build communities across the United States to support people living with dementia and their caregivers. 

For more information: [email protected]