Working Together to Build a Vital, Healthy and Interconnected Community

Resources

Senior LinkAge Line  

http://www.seniorlinkageline.com/  

Senior LinkAge Line (1-800-333-2433)  is a free service, offered by the State of Minnesota, that makes it easy for older adults and their families to find community services or plan for their future.  With one call you can talk with an expert on aging, explore housing choices, get connected to services, receive objective help, learn about your options, and decide what’s right for you.

 

Twin Cities Senior Housing Guide

http://seniorhousingguide.us/

The Twin Cities Senior Housing Guide offers information on resources and services that can help you remain in your home or research future housing opportunities. It also helps caregivers assist seniors who are considering a move. A division of Housing Sense, whose mission is to “help older adults, their families, and professionals make sense of housing options and other resources,” the Guide helps clarify all current senior housing options with accurate, up-to-date information.

 

White Bear Area Guide to Senior Transportation

 http://www.isd624.org/CommunityServices/userfiles/seniorprogram/transportation_final.pdf

 

White Bear Area Guide to Senior Housing  

http://www.isd624.org/CommunityServices/userfiles/seniorprogram/2016_senior_housing_directory_final.pdf

 

Care Options Network Senior Housing Directory

http://www.careoptionsnetwork.org/guidebook/

Care Options Network is comprised of over 1,000 members of the senior health care and senior service industry. The Network staff collects and impartially formats vital care-specific data about senior care providers and services. The Network then distributes this information to the senior care industry, thereby helping find appropriate care, housing, products and services for over a quarter of a million seniors and their families each year.