Area II Agency on Aging


We are a public, non-profit organization located in Roundup, Montana. One of ten Area Agencies serving Montana, Area II serves the needs and concerns of seniors and the disabled throughout an eleven-county area, including two reservations, in central Montana.

Area II grew out of the Older Americans Act of 1965, which developed federal, state, and local structures to administer programs to help the elderly maintain their health and independence in their homes and communities. In the State of Montana the Older American Act is administered by the Aging Services Bureau, Department of Public Health and Human Services. As local, grass-root resources, Area Agencies have advisory counsels who review and comment on all programs affecting seniors.

A service designed to support independent living in the community for Montanans who might otherwise be living in nursing homes.

A resource for seniors and the disabled. We answer questions, provide information about other agencies, and help with referrals.

An advocate who protects the rights of residents living in long-term-care facilities and personal-care homes.


Trained staff who provide assistance with Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and other issues relating to seniors and the disabled.

Mobile Vet Center Schedule for October 2018

Schedule for the Mobile Vet Center Outreach for October 2018

Mobile Vet Center Schedule for September 2018

Schedule for the Mobile Vet Center Outreach for September 2018

Newsletter for Montana Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Project

The latest Montana Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Project Newsletter has arrived Download the printable version...

Mobile Vet Center Schedule for August 2018

Outreach will be conducted on the Mobile Vet Center on the following dates / places: - all dates, locations and times scheduled could change due to weather or other required events out of the Vet Centers control.  Download the printable flyer here. 1 Aug 2019 - Lame...

Governor’s Conference on Aging 2018

Get ready and registered for the 50th Annual Governor’s Conference on Aging – Sept 25-27, 2018 at the Radisson Colonial Hotel in Helena.