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Living at Home Network as a charity that represents their values
Each year, over 12,000 older people in Minnesota get help to live at home from the 32 small nonprofits that comprise the Living at Home Network
The Living at Home Network programs take a unique neighbor-helping-neighbor approach to mobilize volunteers and other resources to help older adults stay living at home. Services include volunteer visits, transportation, health promotion and individually figuring out what is important to each person served. The programs are truly community efforts operating with small staff along with many volunteers and keeping administrative costs low.
The Living at Home Network provides connections and support to its 32 member programs. Two-thirds of the programs are in Greater Minnesota, often in towns of less than 1,000 where there would be no services for older adults without the program. In central Minnesota the programs are in Atwater, Grove City, Paynesville, Holdingford and Foley.See LAHN website for more information at www.lahnetwork.org.