Pullman Community Council on Aging
A Legacy of Caring Since 1973

Member since 2011: Pullman Chamber of Commerce

Pullman Community Council on Aging


The Pullman Community Council on Aging is a non-profit  group of citizens and professionals advocating for Pullman's senior citizens since 1973.

Our members are a diverse group representing a wide range of elder and social services. Their expertise and concern for Pullman's seniors have impacted the breadth and quality of our programs for over 40 years.

PCCoA Community Service programs include "Guide to Senior Services" for Pullman and Whitman County,  Pullman Meals on Wheels, and Senior Chore Service for Pullman residents. The Council also provides unique opportunities for collaboration between the community partners.

Council Meetings are held monthly, September through May:

    • 3rd Thursday of the Month

    • 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    • Senior Center, located on the first floor of Pullman City Hall

    • 325 S.E. Paradise St., Pullman

  • All are welcome to attend!



Pullman Community Council on Aging

P.O. Box 1123

Pullman, WA  99163

(509) 339-4000

email:  PullmanComCoA@gmail.com

website: www.PullmanCCoA.org


Community Partners & Network
    • Avalon Care Center
    • Bishop Place Senior Living
    • Circles of Caring Adult Day Services
    • Community Action Center (CAC)
    • Council on Aging & Senior Services (CoA&HS)
    • Center for Civic Engagement, Washington State University (CCE)
    • DAWN (Dementia & Alzheimer's Wellbeing Network)
    • Disability Action Center
    • Friends of Hospice and Kindred at Home
    • Hill-Ray Plaza
    • Cognitive Aging & Dementia Lab, Washington State University
    • Pioneer Square
    • Pullman Nonprofit Network
    • Pullman Regional Hospital
    • Pullman Senior Center
    • Regency - Pullman Senior Living
    • Rural Resources
  • Many churches in the Pullman/Moscow area