- City Places
- Hopkins Activity Center
- Resources & Assistance For Seniors
Resources for Seniors
Association of American Retired Persons (AARP)
Advisors that provide assistance in finding local senior living options.
Visit Choice Connections website
Habitat for Humanity - Brush with Kindness
House painting services for those with low-income.
Visit the Habitat for Humanity website
ICA Food Shelf
Local agency support, referrals, food, employment and financial services.
Visit the ICA Food Shelf website
Visit the Medicare website
Visit Trellis website
Visit the Metro Mobility website
National Center on Elder Abuse
Directed by the U.S Administration on Aging, the NCEA provides information regarding research, training, best practices, news and resources on elder abuse, neglect and exploitation to professionals and the public.
Visit the National Center on Elder Abuse website
Nutritional Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS)
Free food for qualified low-income senior adults. Call 1-877-500-8699.
Property Tax Deferral Program for Senior Citizens
Persons age 65 and older with household incomes less than $60,000.
Contact the Minnesota Department of Revenue for guidelines at 651-556-6088.
Referrals to resources such as: food banks, government services, shelters, job searches, and more.
Visit the ResourceWest website
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Benefits and Discounts for Seniors
Senior Community Services
An agency whose mission is to develop, coordinate and provide service including household and outside maintenance for the elderly, Medicare health insurance counseling, senior outreach and more.
Visit the Senior Community Services website
Senior Housing Directory
Find community resources, home care services and retirement planning.
Visit the Senior Housing Directory website
Trellis (formerly Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging)
Provides services, connections and innovations to help people thrive as they age, through partnerships with community organizations and healthcare organizations.
Trellis Includes services provided by Senior LinkAge Line, which assists aging Minnesotans and caregivers, by connecting them to local services such as home delivered meals, housekeeping, legal assistance, help with Medicare eligibility, and more. Call 1-800-333-2433.
Visit the Senior LinkAge Line website
United Way 211
Greater Twin Cities United Way offers free and confidential community resources and social services. Call 211.
Adult Continuing Education
Be a life-long learner through educational programming opportunities at Hopkins Community Education.
Just for Fun Exploration
Minnesota Senior News
Visit the Minnesota Senior News website
ACT on Alzheimer's
Dementia awareness resources.
Visit the ACT on Alzheimer's website
Brighter Days Grief Center
Visit the Brighter Days Grief Center website
Fitness and Health
View fitness and health opportunities
Medical Equipment Loan
- Goodwill Industries loans wheelchairs, walkers, etc. Call 651-379-5922.
- Hopkins VFW has walkers, wheelchairs, canes, etc. Call 952-938-9916.