A free service that helps seniors lower the cost of their medicines.
Provides help and companionship to those who have been identified as extremely socially isolated.
Provides community-based services to Knox County residents in need of a structured program.
For seniors (age 50+) who want to better understand and use technology.
Serves as the first point of access to all community services, including shelter, housing, and food.
Provides opportunities for qualified people to work with children having special needs.
Provides eyeglasses, hearing aids, and dentures through a loan fund.
Provides support, information, and referrals to local resources for those who are “parenting again.”
Matches seniors with adoptable pets.
Provides meals (the same menu as Mobile Meals) for individuals who pay a fee for the service.
Serves five meals weekly to homebound residents who are at least 60 and cannot cook for themselves.
An activity center where seniors can not only add years to their lives, but add life to their years.
A Personal Emergency Response System helps older adults stay safe and independent in their own homes.
Serves homebound seniors who have limited support and income.
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A free program that supports older adults who have been victimized by crime.
Are you living on a fixed income? You may qualify for benefits to help pay for food, medicine, utilities, and more. Public…
A program to reduce senior isolation.
Places seniors in part-time paid community service assignments for on-the-job training.
Offers information to senior citizens, their family members, civic groups, and others.
Provides support services to older persons who have unmet physical, mental, or social needs.
Offers a number of services to seniors who are looking for employment, all free of charge.
SNAP provides extra money to buy nutritious food needed for good health.
Provides rides for seniors and persons with disabilities who need assistance to travel safely.