Services Coordination and Resources
We connect older adults with local and metro community services and resources. Phone consultations, in-home assessments, and development of service plans are available. Trained volunteers provide a variety of services, including: errand running, shopping assistance, minor home repairs, and friendly home visits. There is a fee for this service and you may qualify for a sliding fee based on your income. For more information call 651-604-3528.
Betty’s Service Coordination Story
It Takes One Friend to Make a World of Difference
Betty, a Roseville resident, was no longer able to drive and missed the social connections she once enjoyed. John was a first-year Century College nursing student who wanted to volunteer in the community. RASP’s Friendly Visitors volunteer program matched Betty and John in a mentoring/social partnership. RASP’s Friendly Visitors successfully links community members seeking to make a difference with seniors desiring social interaction and community support. All of this was possible through RASP’s Service Coordination.
Resources for Seniors
Below you will find a list of helpful websites to help seniors or family members get connected to available resources.
To find information about RASP, check out our bi-monthly newsletter, Seasons. If you are interested in receiving the Seasons newsletter through email or through the postal service, contact us at email@example.com or 651-604-3520. Detailed RASP activities and services are also listed in the Roseville Area Schools Community Education Catalog.
Provides adults 50+ access to and education about computer technology and the Internet to enhance their lives and enable them to share knowledge and wisdom.
Provides easy access to education, advocacy, and guidance for finding personal direction.
Search more than 1,000 federal and state programs to find those that a senior may be eligible for.
This site allows Internet users to access a complete and reliable directory of information about the members of the US House of Representatives and the US Senate.