As of Monday, Oct. 3, the D.C. Office on Aging (DCOA) will begin its relocation to the former Rutherford B. Hayes School at 500 K St., in Northeast. The relocation, which will be done in two phases, will centralize all of the agency's divisions.
As a result, DCOA will temporarily close for business on Monday and reopen at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
The agency's phone numbers will remain unchanged, and the new site will combine all administrative functions and serve walk-in clients age 55 and older seeking employment and training. The new location will also provide resources and assistance for District residents age 60 and older, and persons age 18 and older with disabilities.
In addition, the Aging and Disability Resource Center will move on Oct. 7 from 1134 11th St. in Northwest to to the new K St. location.
The administrative offices can be reached at 202-724-5622 and 202-724-5626 for information and assistance on resources for the elderly and persons age 18 and older with a disability.