Living at Home Network

Areas of Practice
  • Aging
Provider Service Categories
  • Caregiver Support
  • Community/Social Activities
  • Financial Services
  • Food Assistance
  • Health Education/Risk Reduction
  • Help with Home Tasks
  • Home Care (Non-Medical)
  • Home- and Community-Based Health Services
  • Housing Services
  • Transportation (Non-Medical)
  • Vulnerable Adult Services
Multiple Counties
Summary of Services Provided

The Living at Home Network is a resource hub and advocate, an advisor on operations, and a connector among all members. Each year Minnesotans continue to live independently at home with the help of 32 non-profit, community-held programs. Each program is driven and governed by local residents who care deeply about aging well in the community. The programs foster neighbor-to-neighbor connections of support and friendship within defined geographic boundaries.

Common services at these programs include: access to health and housing resources; financial, food, and transportation assistance; and social and community connection. Additional services may include caregiver support, help with household tasks and outdoor chores, and support with personal cares like nail trimming. Contact individual programs for information on service costs or suggested contributions.

Appointment Formats
Business Hours
Limited Hours

Hours vary by location. Look up a program at

Payment Options
No Fee, Private Pay, Reduced Fee, Sliding Scale