Senior Programs and Services
Roseville Area Senior Programs
The mission of Roseville Area Senior Programs is to promote and provide quality services, educational and social programming for persons over the age of 55 who seek to maintain an independent lifestyle and sustain quality lives.
Senior LinkAge Line
Senior LinkAge Line® helps simplify the complex issues and decisions you face every day as a senior, Baby Boomer, Medicare beneficiary, caregiver or someone trying to reduce prescription drug costs.
Metro Mobility is a shared public transportation service for certified riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses due to a disability or health condition. Rides are provided for any purpose.
651-602-1111 (TTY 651-221-9886)
Growing Through Loss
Fall and spring Grief Support Series for multiple types of loss, e.g. death of a loved one, divorce/separation, job loss, etc.
Caregivers Support Group
This is a free, informal on-going support group intended for caregivers taking care of seniors.
Sponsored by the Roseville Area Senior Program
2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month
12:30 to 2:00 pm
Fairview Community Center, Room 116A
1910 County Road B West, Roseville
Call 651-604-3520 for information
New members welcome!
Former Dementia Caregivers Re-Entry Support Group
This free group is specifically for those who have been caregivers for loved ones with dementia who have passed away. It’s an opportunity to work through grief and loss, to find the new “you,” and create a meaningful life beyond one’s caregiver role.
Sponsored by the Roseville A/D Community Action Team, City of Roseville, & Ramsey County Libraries
3rd Tuesday of every month
1:00 to 2:30 pm
New Life Presbyterian Church
9665 Larpenteur Ave W, Roseville
Call Warren at 612-791-5316 for more information
Assistance & Resources
Ramsey County Information
Financial Assistance Services provides support to low-income Ramsey County residents.
Main site: http://www.co.ramsey.mn.us/home/index.htm
Financial assistance: http://www.co.ramsey.mn.us/hs/financialassistance.htm
Catholic Charities “Get Help”
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis helps individuals, families and children meet their basic needs. Our work, rooted in Catholic Social Teaching, strengthens families and works to end poverty and homelessness in the Twin Cities. Catholic Charities annually helps 35,000 people, regardless of faith.
Keystone Community Services
A community-based human service organization in St. Paul, Minnesota, offering a variety of human service programs for all ages across our service area at multiple sites. Our programs include three food shelves and emergency assistance; a comprehensive Seniors Program that provides Meals on Wheels, peer counseling and programs for active seniors; case management for seniors, the disabled and at-risk families; and a support program for Hmong youth and their families.
St. Mary’s Health Clinics [free health care]
FREE primary health care to the uninsured in the seven county metropolitan area of St. Paul, Minneapolis and their surrounding suburbs
Organizations Accepting Donations
Providing furniture and household goods to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty, Bridging gives hope–and for many–a leap toward financial stability for the first time.
Catholic Charities does not accept furniture donations, but we welcome donations of non-perishable food, household and personal item donations in new or excellent condition. These items benefit children, adults moving into their own homes, and families working to improve their lives.
Our free store provides clothing, household items, personal hygiene products, and children’s items. Over one thousand individuals are served each week through the dedicated efforts of our wonderful volunteers.