Population aging has caused the need for long-term care in Taiwan to increase rapidly. To meet the community care needs of older adults, a long-term care policy promoting home care and community care was established to provide universal and accessible care. In addition, in order to reinforce comprehensive care services and build a continuous and multifunctional system, the Ministry of Health and Welfare started to promote the small-scale and multifunctional service in 2015. This project provides communitybased, continuous, and personalized care service to meet older adults' needs and achieve the holistic care policy goals. The small-scale and multifunctional service operates on an integrated service model which mainly provides day care along with various services such as home care and temporary accommodation. The service incorporated the local workforce and community care resources to provide various, flexible, and continuous care. An older adult-oriented resource network is being built to help older adults live in their community, continue family life, and connect to the community. In the future, the effects of the smallscale and multifunctional service will be evaluated. Local governments are encouraged to establish multifunctional service in accordance with their welfare resources and develop integrated community care resources in order to provide appropriate individualized care and create a comprehensive community care system.