The Legacy Link, Inc. Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is announcing the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the State of Georgia, Fiscal Year 2025 (July 1, 2024 – June 30, 2025). Successful bidders will have the opportunity to renew for a four-year cycle. We are accepting Statement(s) of Interest from organizations October 18, 2023, through December 22nd, 2023.

Please submit a Statement of Interest including your organization’s name, service provided, counties of interest, and contact information. This Statement of Interest should be e-mailed directly to Lisa Howard, Contracts and Quality Director, at We will send you the schedule of events and the full RFP as soon as we receive the specific projected funding amount from our funders, which will likely be in December.

Proposals for one or more of the services listed below to the following counties, served by The Legacy Link, Inc., will be considered.

  • Banks
  • Dawson
  • Forsyth
  • Franklin
  • Hall
  • Habersham
  • Hart
  • Lumpkin
  • Rabun
  • Stephens
  • Towns
  • Union
  • White

Bid Opportunities are for the following services:

In-Home Services:

The In-home services include assessments, reassessments, and care plan development and the provision of personal care, homemaker services, and in-home respite care. May be bid for individual counties.


Nutrition services include menu planning by a registered dietitian, as well as the preparation and delivery of hot congregate meals, hot meals for home delivery, picnic meals, staple foods, and frozen meals, to the senior centers. Must be bid for the region.

Adult Day Care:

The provision of out of home, caregiver respite by providing the opportunity for clients to engage in activities and participate in the community. May be bid for individual counties.

HCBS Case Management:

The provision of Non-Medicaid based Case Managers who provide short- and long-term support for clients living in the community who present with complex needs to help older adults and those with disabilities to live safely and independently in their communities for as long as possible. Must be bid for the region.

Care Consultation:

Care consultation is a telephone-based service which provides awareness of community providers, family and friend involvement, healthcare info, coaching and support for caregivers and problem solving at no cost to the caller. Must be bid for the region.

Evidence-Based Wellness Programs:

Evidence-Based Wellness Programs promote better physical, mental, and social health for older adults aged 60 and above, persons with disabilities, and caregivers able to participate in community programs. Proposals to deliver the following Evidence-Based Programs are being accepted: A Matter of Balance and Bingocize. Must be bid for the region.

Community Services (Senior Centers):

Provide a location for senior adults to congregate for meals and activities. Provide congregate meals, staging and delivery of home delivery meals, wellness activities, nutritional education, and intakes and assessments for all services. Prepare reports, transmit reports, and store files per the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Georgia Department of Human Services, as required following all HIPAA compliance laws. May be bid for individual counties.

All providers must be fully licensed to perform the service being provided and meet HIPAA compliance requirements.

Details for all the service requirements can be found at under the Division of Aging Services.

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Details for all the service requirements can be found at under the Division of Aging Services.

Not sure where to begin?

Start with our Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) Counselors. Our Trained Intake Specialists practice active listening and empathy to appropriately link individuals with the community resources and programs, so they can age on a firm foundation of health and well-being.

We understand that taking the first step is often the most difficult. The Legacy Link team offers confidential support, including information, referrals, and assistance concerning services for seniors, family members and persons with disabilities.


Reach out to us.

We are available by phone
(770) 538-2650 or (800)-845-5465
or online through our contact form.


Participate in a screening.

This process allows us to get to know your situation better, so we can thoroughly and properly address the challenges you are facing.


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Our caring team will link you to the programs and services toward a better life.