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The Center for Communication and Consumer Services maintains aging information resources on programs, policies and services which it uses to respond to public and staff inquiries. CCCS public inquiries and Aging Information Resource Library units are the successor to the National Aging Information Center (1995-2001)
Center for Communication and Consumer Services information specialists provide responses to users information inquiries by searching the Centers databases, consulting statistical tables, providing copies of publications and materials (see Publications List) , and making referrals to other sources. Users may access CCCS inquiry service by calling (202) 619-7501, by faxing (202) 401-7620 or by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
CCCS collects and makes available on-line and in printed form products of Title IV projects, AoA publications, and other user-oriented products including: articles; books and book chapters; reports; statistical data sets; audiovisual materials; newsletters; teaching aids; and training materials.
CCCS maintains a searchable bibliographic database (http://www.aoa.gov/naic/bibinfo.HTM). The database cites and abstracts products such as policy papers, handbooks/manuals, brochures, research summaries, unpublished materials, and project reports as well as other aging-related materials in the collection.
Open to the public, the CCCS reading room houses the repository of AoA-funded research products, a reference collection on aging issues, and periodicals. Information specialists are available to assist patrons with their information needs. To visit the CCCS Reading Room, please see address and telephone number listed below. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 1:00 p. m. to 4:00 p.m. In light of building security procedures, please notify CCCS in advance so that arrangements may be made to facilitate your visit.
CCCS has also developed a number of data tables on subjects of major interest to the aging community.
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Administration on Aging
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Telephone: (202) 619 7501; Fax: (202) 401-7620;
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