Office of Indian Elder Affairs (OIEA)


Honor healthy aging among American Indian Elders by supporting culture, traditions and effective approaches that enrich a long life.

OIEA’s mission is to coordinate and enhance a system of services that empower American Indian Elders with support and resources to live a healthy lifestyle with joy, respect, and dignity in their tribal communities.


8500 Menaul Blvd NE
Suite B-350
Albuquerque, NM 87112
Information: 505.316.5292


OIEA facilitates supplemental funding opportunities on behalf of New Mexico’s 23 Tribes, Pueblos and Nations who are providing Tribal Eldercare through Tribal Senior Centers and Tribal Adult Day Care Centers.

Tribal Elders:

OIEA assists Tribal Elders, and their families, by providing information on available support services and resources.

Services and Resource:

Support and assistance offered by Tribal Senior Centers and Tribal Adult Day Care Centers may include:

  • In-Center Meals
  • Home-Delivered Meals
  • Case Management Transportation
  • Homemaking/Housekeeping
  • Personal Care
  • Respite for Caregivers
  • Physical Fitness & Exercise

Tribal Senior Centers Information

Indian Area Agencies on Aging (IAAA)

Navajo Area Agency on Aging

Elder Abuse

If you suspect Elder Abuse, please call local Tribal Authorities or:



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