The Senate Subcommittee on Primary Health & Aging  is one of the three subcommittees within the Senate Committee on Health
The Subcommittee has oversight over many aging issues including: The Older Americans Act - including home delivered and congregate meals programs for older adults, the Senior Community Services Employment Program, long-term services and supports, elder abuse, neglect, and scams affecting seniors, and the health of the aging population, including Alzheimer's disease and family caregiving. The Subcommittee also has oversight over many Primary Health issues including Community Health Centers, access to vaccines, oral health, prescription drugs and the mental health of all Americans.
Members, 113th Congress 
The Subcommittee is chaired by Democrat Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and the Ranking Minority Member is Republican Richard Burr of North Carolina
- ^ "HELP Committee". HELP Committee.
- ^ Sanders is an independent, but caucuses with the Democrats and counts as a Democrat for the purposes of committee assignments.
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