Elder Rights services provide a range of programs that help to protect the rights of vulnerable and at-risk older individuals both in the community and long-term care settings. Health and Wellness programs help older adults remain as healthy as possible. Efforts include evidence-based disease and disability prevention programs and the Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program. Family Caregiver Support program provides a range of supports that assist family and informal caregivers to care for their loved ones at home for as long as possible. Nutrition Services provide balanced and nutritious meals at home or at a congregate setting such as a senior center, church, or another community facility. Support Services assist older adults to maintain their independence in their communities. Assistance is provide in a variety of ways including information and referral. Oregon Project Independence serves individuals older than age 60. Persons younger than 60 with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia may also eligible for OPI services. These services can include, light housekeeping, personal care, case management, meal preparation, home delivered meals, and chores service.