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Elderly

Website: www.lutheranservices.org

Phone: 800-664-3848

This organization provides community-based services, connections to affordable housing, and in home services to seniors.

Website: www.nadsa.org

Phone: 1-877-745-1440

This association provides Adult Day Centers to seniors in the community with social activities, transportation, meals, personal care, and therapy activities. 

Website: www.hearingaiddonations.org

Phone: 816-895-2410

This organization provides affordable and, at times, free hearing aids to seniors in need.

Website: www.miracle-ear.com

Phone: 877-403-8834

This hearing aid program provides free hearing aids to seniors in need.

Website: www.seniornet.org

This non-profit group offers access to online education and technology information to older adults. There is also an online community within the website that enables older adults to interact and connect with one another through shared experiences and discussion.

Website: www.totallife.com

Phone: 800-567-LIFE

This is an online counseling service for seniors that is often covered by Medicare, making all virtual sessions free and accessible.

Website: www.icanconnect.org

Phone: 800-825-4595

This organization provides free equipment and training for people with hearing and vision loss who are financially unable to afford it otherwise.

Website: www.americorps.gov
Phone: 1-800-942-2677

This agency provides disaster services, affordable housing, financial literacy training, job opportunities, food banks, and independent living services to the elderly.

Website: www.mather.com

Phone: 847-492-7500

This organization provides complimentary online programs to adults ages 55 and over. They offer programs such as mindfulness classes, discussion groups, creative arts, and movement and dance classes.

Website: www.mercyhousing.org

Phone: 303-830-3300

This program provides affordable housing, permanent rentals, and supportive housing to seniors.

Website: www.benefitscheckup.org

This website connects older adults and people with disabilities with benefit programs that can help pay for healthcare, food, utilities, medications, and more.

Website: www.twilightwish.org
Phone: 215-230-8777

This non-profit grants wishes to seniors nationwide. These wishes can be anything from publishing their own book to reconnecting with people they have not spoke with in years. 

Website: www.dentallifeline.org

Phone: 303-534-5360

This non-profit provides free dental care to seniors above 65 that cannot afford dental treatment.

Website: www.techboomers.com

This is a free educational website that teaches older adults basic computer skills. 

Website: www.commonwisecare.com

Phone: 434-505-4972

This program provides premium in-home care by assigning a registered nurse who will develop individualized care plans and accommodate special requests to seniors and their families.

Website: www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org

Phone: 1-888-998-6325

This organization delivers meals to seniors free of charge in the community. Services such as home repair, pet assistance, and community referrals are also offered.

Website: www.petsfortheelderly.org

Phone: 480-625-4679

This foundation pays the fees to participating animal shelters across the U.S. for seniors who adopt a dog or cat from that shelter. These fees include veterinary exams, spay/neuter costs, and other adoption fees.

Website: www.shepherdcenter.org

Phone: 816-960-2022

This organization offers services like transportation, handy helpers, grocery shopping, companionship visits, and respite care to seniors and older adults.

Website: www.nationalchurchresidences.org

This organization offers senior housing in retirement communities as well as healthcare services and more.

Website: www.ncoa.org

This organization offers services for physical health, mental health, prevention resources, financial security, money management, job training, retirement planning, and benefits enrollment.

Website: www.glamourgals.org

Phone: 631-404-0761

This organization offers volunteers that provide companionship, conversation, and beauty makeovers to seniors.

Website: www.npaonline.org
Phone: 703-535-1565

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is a program that has no co-pay, deductible, or coverage gap so seniors can access appropriate care, medications, and services needed. PACE provides additional coverage for prescription drugs, doctor visits, transportation, home care, routine checkups, hospital stays, and even nursing home costs whenever necessary if the senior is eligible. 

Website: www.aarp.org

This organization works to end poverty for seniors by helping increase financial security and food security through grants.

Website: www.seniorhelpers.com

Phone: 800-760-6389

This service provides in-home care for seniors with chronic diseases.

Website: www.seniorsupportgroup.org
Phone: 267-469-3710

This service directs seniors to programs offered in various areas and resources within the community.

Website: www.covia.org

Phone: 1-800-233-3709

This virtual community offers phone and online activities through group conversations, games, and education to seniors looking to connect with others.

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