Senior Linkage Line Senior Linkage Line is a one-stop phone number to learn about available resources for seniors. 1-800-333-2433
Living at Home Network This is a statewide coalition that supports the network of Living at Home/Block Nurse Programs and the efforts of communities seeking to extend the Living at Home model to new neighborhoods and cities. 651-649-0315
Alzheimer’s Association Information Helpline This helpline for persons with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, their families, or care partners is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer questions about memory and cognition issues, services, and community resources. Interpreters are available. 1-800-272-3900.
Minnesota Board on Aging This agency works closely with regional Areas on Aging and provides a gateway to information and services for older adults and their families in Minnesota. 651-431-2500
Trellis (formally Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging) Serves older adults and persons with disabilities and those who care for them in the seven-county metropolitan area. Administers funding from the Older Americans Act, assists with community planning and service development, and provides information, assessment and educational services. 651-641-8612
Minnesota State Services for the Blind The mission of this program is to promote personal independence for Minnesotans who are blind, visually impaired, or DeafBlind. They provide tools, training and technology for people who need these services. 651-539-2300
Vision Loss Resources Provides services, skills and community support to people with vision loss and people who are deaf/blind, promoting their safety and helping maintain their independence. 612-871-2222
Meals on Wheels This community-based service delivers fresh, nutritious meals to seniors and individuals with disabilities throughout the Twin Cities. 612-623-3363
Help At Your Door (formerly Store-to-Door) Services available include grocery shopping and delivery, handyman help, and transportation. Available to seniors and persons with disabilities in the metro area. 651-642-1892
Aging in Place: A Guide to Growing Older at Home A tool to help you decide if aging at home is the best course of action. Aging in place is the process of staying in your own home as you grow older instead of moving to an outside facility. To properly age in place, you should create a budget, discuss options with your family, connect with home health services and identify necessary home modification projects.