Each year, more than 9,000 older people in Minnesota get help to live at home from the 32 small nonprofits that comprise the Living at Home Network.
These member organizations take a unique neighbor-helping-neighbor approach. Each program is lead by a local Board of Directors that know the needs of their community and can mobilize volunteers and other resources to help older adults stay living at home. Services range from volunteer visits, rides and health promotion activities to individually figuring what is important to each person served. The Living at Home Network provides connection and support to the 32 member programs.