Resources for Seniors

  1. Community Services
  2. Education & Entertainment
  3. Health & Wellness

Association of American Retired Persons (AARP)

Visit the AARP website

Habitat for Humanity - Brush with Kindness

House painting services for those with low-income.

Visit the Habitat for Humanity website

ICA Food Shelf

Local agency support, referrals, food, employment and financial services.

Visit the ICA Food Shelf website 

Medicare

Visit the Medicare website
or
Visit Trellis website

Metro Mobility

Visit the Metro Mobility website

National Center on Elder Abuse

Directed by the U.S Administration on Aging, the NCEA provides information regarding research, training, best practices, news and resources on elder abuse, neglect and exploitation to professionals and the public. 

Visit the National Center on Elder Abuse website

Nutritional Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS)

Free food for qualified low-income senior adults. Call 1-877-500-8699. 

Visit the NAPS website

Property Tax Deferral Program for Senior Citizens

Persons age 65 and older with household incomes less than $60,000. 

Contact the Minnesota Department of Revenue for guidelines at 651-556-6088.

ResourceWest

Referrals to resources such as: food banks, government services, shelters, job searches, and more.

Visit the ResourceWest website

RetireGuide

RetireGuide is dedicated to providing the most up-to-date and accurate information about financial decisions that affect your retirement.

What is Medicare?

Benefits and Discounts for Seniors

Senior Community Services

An agency whose mission is to develop, coordinate and provide service including household and outside maintenance for the elderly, Medicare health insurance counseling, senior outreach and more.

Visit the Senior Community Services website

Senior Housing Directory

Find community resources, home care services and retirement planning.

Visit the Senior Housing Directory website

Trellis (formerly Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging)

Provides services, connections and innovations to help people thrive as they age, through partnerships with community organizations and healthcare organizations.

View the Trellis website

Trellis Includes services provided by Senior LinkAge Line, which assists aging Minnesotans and caregivers, by connecting them to local services such as home delivered meals, housekeeping, legal assistance, help with Medicare eligibility, and more. Call 1-800-333-2433.

Visit the Senior LinkAge Line website 

United Way 211

Greater Twin Cities United Way offers free and confidential community resources and social services. Call 211.

Visit the United Way 211 website