The California Association of Area Agencies on Aging (C4A) represents the 33 Area Agencies on Aging.  Generally, its membership consists of the Executive Directors of those area agencies while TACC membership is mandated as the chairs of the advisory councils of the 33 area agencies.  

The California Commission on Aging (CCoA) advises the Governor, Legislature, and State, Federal and local departments on issues affecting seniors.  It also provides fiscal management and staff services to the Triple-A Council of California.

The California Department of Aging is responsible for administering both state and federal programs primarily through local area agencies on aging.

The California Legislature web site has links to all of the Senators and Assembly Members as well as complete information about every bill under consideration by the Legislature.

The California Law web page has links to all of the California Codes which comprise the laws of this state.

The Congress of California Seniors, established in 1977,  is a statewide nonprofit education and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the life of seniors and their families.

The California Senior Legislature proposes laws to the California Legislature to benefit seniors.

The Administration on Aging is the federal agency which is responsible for administering the Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended.  Information about the Older Americans Act can be found by clicking on the "About AoA" pull down menu.