Pullman Community Council on Aging
A Legacy of Caring Since 1973

Join our celebration of 45 years of making Pullman senior-friendly!

Palouse Night of Elegance, Saturday October 5  at Regency Pullman

Saturday Oct 5, 2019

6:00 p.m.

Location: Regency Pullman

Elegant dinner with wine or beer, and silent auction to benefit PCCoA's programs supporting local seniors.

Tickets: $50/each or Table of 8: $400.

Please RSVP by Sept 26 to either:


or to Regency Pullman 509-332-2629.

Guide To Senior Services

Guide to a Caring Community

The Pullman Community Council on Aging publishes the "Guide to Senior Services" periodically to help local seniors identify appropriate agencies and programs that can assist them in leading a healthier life.  It includes

    • Quick Guide to area pharmacies and hospitals
    • Health and safety hotlines, helpful state & regional websites
  • Community Services
  • Caregiver Resources
  • In-home health, personal and hospice care options
  • Home medical equipment suppliers
  • Complete listing of senior residential communities in Whitman County:  assisted living, adult family homes, nursing homes, and retirement communities/independent living facilities
  • Medical assistance and hospital options

Where can I find a copy?

Guides are available at no cost at a number of Pullman locations. 


    • Pullman Senior Center (located on the first floor of Pullman City Hall)
    • Community Action Center
    • Pullman Chamber of Commerce
    • Pullman Regional Hospital
    • Circles of Caring Adult Day Services

Need more help?

If you are still looking for additional information, or find yourself lost amidst the mind-boggling number of federal, state, and regional agencies, please contact the area's Community Living Connections program, administered by Rural Resources, 332-0365 or 1-800-873-5889.