The Old Fort Lowell Live-At-Home Program, Inc. (OFLLAH) was established in 1997 as a not-for-profit neighborhood-based program. It utilizes neighborhood volunteers to provide a variety of services to older adults, disabled individuals, or those with temporary needs who live in our neighborhood.
After its founding, the Live-At-Home Program became the model for the establishment of similar programs in many other Tucson neighborhoods. Currently there are almost twenty
such organizations in the Neighbors Care Alliance, under the umbrella of the Pima Council on Aging.
OFLLAH is a 501(c)3 corporation and all donations are tax deductible. OFLLAH exists through the generosity of its donors and the grants that it has obtained over the years.
All services are free to those living within our catchment area, which is north of Grant Road, east of Swan Road, south of the Rillito River, and east of the Pantano Wash.
Our Board is made up of volunteers who live within our community.
Laura Kaufman, Secretary
Kirsten Korosec, President
Megan Niblett, Treasurer
Dorothy Steele, Vice-President
Jane Heaton Emeritus