The National Aging Resource Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Minority Seniors (Consortium)

The Consortium

The National Aging Resource Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Minority Seniors (Consortium) serves as an interconnected resource center for the Aging Network.  The Consortium provides expertise in the design, development and sharing of culturally competent information and materials that can enable the culturally sensitive delivery of services to racial and ethnic minority seniors.

Established by the Administration for Community Living (ACL) in 2012, the Consortium is composed of four national minority aging organizations.  Consortium partners include representative organizations for each of the four major racial and ethnic minority older populations.

Through the Consortium each of these organizations have agreed to partner, sharing their distinct strengths for the benefit of racial and ethnic seniors and their families and caregivers.  Learn more about each of these important organizations and the way they help to meet the unique needs of racial and ethnic minority seniors by visiting their web sites at:

  • Asociación Nacional Pro Personas Mayores (ANPPM): for Hispanic or Latin seniors
  • National Caucus and Center for the Black Aged, Inc.(NCBA): for African American/Black seniors
  • National Asian Pacific Center on Aging (NAPCA): for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) seniors
  • National Indian Council on Aging (NICOA) for Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian (AI/AN/NA) elders


April is National Minority Health Month. This year’s theme is Advancing Health Equity Now: Uniting Our Communities to Bring Healthy Equity to All. For more information and resources about National Minority Health Month, go to

Click on any of the links below to learn more about advancing health equity:

HHS Action Plan to Reduce Health Disparities

National Stakeholder Strategy for Achieving Health Equity

Office of Minority Health Asian American/Pacific Islander Profile

HHS Plan for Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Health