Senior Resources: What You Need to Know

Check out the senior resources below to help seniors continue to manage their money and learn about the resources available to them.

BenefitsCheckUp

BenefitsCheckUp

In summary, BenefitsCheckUp helps you find benefit programs that can help you pay for medication, food, utilities and more.

Discounts for Seniors

SeniorDiscounts.com
SeniorDiscounts.com is an online dictionary of businesses that offer discounts to people ages 50 and older. Currently, there is a list of over 250,000 businesses that offer discounts.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance
Overall, the Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines that they need for free or nearly free.

Medbank
In general, Medbank helps eligible patients access large pharmaceutical company Patient Prescription Assistance programs to obtain free medication.

Property Tax Exemption
If you are a homeowner, you should make sure that you are applying for all of the property tax exemptions available to you.

Senior Citizens, Inc.

Senior Citizens, Inc. 

Senior Citizens, Inc. has a mission to help people age successfully by providing services to seniors regardless of their ability to pay. In fact, their programs include Meals on Wheels, In-Home services, Senior Centers, Life-Long Learning programs, Care Advisors, and Free Transportation services.

AARP Foundation

AARP Foundation 

Overall, the AARP Foundation wants to win back opportunities for seniors now in crisis with direct assistance, legal advocacy, and raising awareness.

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) 

The n4a advocates for older adults and persons with disabilities. Also, the n4a builds a society of members that supports and values people as they age.

Nation Council on Aging

National Council on Aging (NCOA) 

In general, the NCOA is a nonprofit service and agency organization representing older adults and the community organizations that serve.

Also, to contact a financial counselor at the CCCS, click here.

Further, for more Senior Resources related to retirement, click here.