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Members of the Holdingford Chamber of Commerce learned about becoming dementia friendly businesses. The program was sponsored by Helping Hands Outreach and presented by Mary Bauer from the Central Minnesota Council on Aging. Helping Hands...

The long-time Executive Director of the Macalester-Summit Hill Program, Kathleen Arnesen, lost her battle with cancer and passed away on February 18, 2016. She served as leader of that local program for over 25 years. The Macalester-Summit Hill...

LAHN All-SiteStaff and board members from our 36 locally-governed, community supported programs gathered at St. Cloud's River's Edge Convention Center on September 25 for a day of training and networking.  Our programs reach thousands of seniors across...

Local contributors from around the state turned out in great numbers to help support the Living At Home Network and our local member programs!  Early reports show that most programs received donations on this special day of giving and some...

Our Neighborhood Network For Seniors program was recently awarded one of the 2014 Knight Foundation Green Line Challenge grants.  This local program that serves Union Park and Summit-University in St. Paul will be working with local partners to...

Over sixty leaders from local LAHN member programs and Faith in Action programs gathered together on October 28 for  "Fearless Grant Writing" training led by Allison Rojas.  While we all like to focus on the actual services that help seniors live...

Helping Hands Outreach is starting up Monthly Shopping Trips to give area seniors better access to good nutrition. They will be transporting seniors to the Coborns grocery store in St. Joseph followed by a stop a the Fare For All in St. Joseph.