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Financial Assistance Programs for Seniors

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If you are a senior living in the U.S. and are having trouble paying your bills, here are several financial assistance programs that can help.

Help with Food

The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program gives out vouchers to seniors to use at roadside stands, farmer’s markets, and other approved locations to purchase foods like fruits, vegetables, honey, and herbs. This is so that seniors can get the nutrition they need when they would not be able to afford it otherwise. Contact your local Human Development agency to learn more.

Help with Shelter and Housing

HUD provides federal funds to seniors that need help paying a mortgage, rent, or refinancing their home. They also provide public housing, section 8 vouchers, and rental assistance. An application must be filled out through their local Human Development agency. General information may be found by calling (800) 955-2232.

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Help with Energy and Utilities

LIHEAP is a program that was created by the federal government to assist seniors and other low-income families with their heating and cooling costs across the country. There are funds available in every state. Help can be found by calling 1 (866) 674-6327.

Help with Telephone and Internet Bills

Lifeline is a program for seniors that was created to allow those having trouble keeping their phone services connected a way to have service at low to no cost. The program was updated in 2016 to also include internet services. There are a variety of services and providers located throughout the country. Details can be discovered by calling 1 (888) 225-5322.

Help with Medical and Dental Care

Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) works with Medicare and Medicaid to help seniors get their healthcare requirements met. They provide services in the individual’s home, throughout the community, and at various PACE centers. Applications can be found at your local Medicaid office.

Help with Legal Matters

The National Legal Resource Center is a central location where providers, advocates, and seniors can join to provide and find the help they need in any legal situation. The organization works to match the elder population with legal aid in their area.

Help with Financial Counseling

AARP is a group that provides free financial counseling to their senior members. They can offer details on retirement, tax credits, investments, and more. They can be reached nationwide by calling 1 (877) 434-7598.

Administration on Aging (AoA) is an organization that helps seniors in 30 states with their financial inquiries. They work to make certain the elderly are fully informed on the decisions that they are making in relation to their personal funds. Contact them at (202) 401-4634 for more information.

Help From Other Groups

There is an abundance of help out there for seniors that can be uncovered. Support groups for heart disease, smoking cessation, radiation therapy support, vision loss, and more can all be obtained. Visit each of these sites to find out more.

If you are a senior and you need help, or you know a senior struggling, get in contact with one of these groups.

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