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General Resources

Senior Linkage Line

A free state service that connects older Minnesotans and their families with the help they need. www.seniorlinkageline.com or call 1 800-333-2433

HelpOlderAdultsMN.org

HelpOlderAdultsMN.org is a searchable listing of services categorized under headings such as home-delivered meals, grocery and drug deliveries, care coordination, and home care.

Program to Encourage Active and Rewarding Lives (PEARLS)

The skills and tools offered in the program help participants address life’s problems and make ongoing plans to engage in a variety of pleasurable, meaningful activities. Learn more.

Prepare and Prosper

This organization has been a trusted partner, working with individuals and families of the LGBTQ+ Community to build brighter financial futures for many years. Learn more.

Pharmacy Delivery

CVS

www.cvs.com

Walgreens

Is waiving delivery fees for eligible prescriptions offering 90-day refills and early refill authorizations www.walgreens.com

For more information on pharmacy, deliveries contact Senior Linkage Line www.seniorlinkageline.com or call 1 800-333-2433

Food Shelves

Second Harvest Heartland

(Emergency food boxes available) www.2harvest.org 

VEAP

  • Serves Bloomington, Richfield, Edina, and south Minneapolis
  • Food pantry delivers to homebound elders veap.org
    952-888-9616

Open Arms Minnesota

Serves people  living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, MS, ALS, ESRD, CHF, or COPD www.openarmsmn.org or call 612-872-1152

PRISM

(Serves Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, Plymouth, and Robbinsdale) www.prismmpls.org or call 763-529-1350

Meals on Wheels

meals-on-wheels.com or call 612-623-3363

Metro Mobility Grocery Delivery

Metro Mobility offers a free grocery delivery service for elders who have a Metro Mobility account and number.

SNAP benefits

  • Snap benefits are not offered through Metro Mobility
  • It is up to the individual store and associated grocery shopping service to accept SNAP benefits.
  • Cub/Instacart and Hy-vee/Aisles do NOT accept SNAP

Metro Mobility providers:

Grocery Delivery

Help At Your Door

  • Order by phone at 651-642-1892
  • There is a nominal charge for deliveries
  • Be prepared to leave a voicemail. It may take 48 hours to have a return call
  • Expect a 2-5 day turnaround for the first delivery
  • Accepts EBT/SNAP benefits

Options for Shopping Online or by Phone

Cub

www.cub.com

Hy-vee/Aisles*

www.hy-vee.com General Questions: 1-800-772-4098

  • *Hy-vee uses a service called Aisles for online orders
  • Pickup is FREE with a $30 minimum purchase order
  • Deliveries: A fee of $9.95 is charged. Minimum $30 order required

Target

www.target.com

Lunds and Byerlys

lundsandbyerlys.com

  • The delivery fee for all orders, regardless of size, is $9.95
  • If you elect in-store pick-up, the fee is $4.95

Walmart

  • Can only order online on Walmart’s website – No phone ordering service is available
    $7.95 delivery fee per order

Schwan’s Frozen foods

Phone orders: 1-888-724-9264 Accepts EBT/SNAP

Health Services

Juniper

Helping communities across Minnesota create a culture of health, where prevention and wellness are the norms. yourjuniper.org or Toll-Free: 1-855-215-2174

JustUs Health Aging Services

www.justushealth.org

The Aliveness Project

aliveness.org

Friends & Co

www.friendsco.org

Hope House and Hope@Home

hopehousescv.org