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Senior LinkAge Line®:
One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors

The new Senior LinkAge Line®: One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors is intended to provide seniors with the simplicity of getting connected and getting answers with many topics and issues by calling one phone number statewide. 1-800-333-2433. The expansion is an initiative of Lieutenant Governor Yvonne Prettner Solon and is being implemented in partnership with other state agencies.

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Unemployment Link
Find unemployment benefit information or prepare for a layoff, learn about your employment rights, find organizations that are looking for volunteers - a great way to keep your skills sharp, and much more! This section also has service information for employers and people who want to start their own business.
Senior Link
See resources for health and fitness, insurance and legal advice. Use the Long-term Care Choices Navigator to figure out what you need to live well and age well.
Disability Link
Resources organized for people with disabilities - discover options for going back to work, assistive technology, home modifications, personal care services, community living, health care and more!
Transportation Link
Need help finding a ride, arranging for a ride, or paying for a ride? The Transportation Link section of® makes it easy to explore ride options, select available services, find resources to help pay for transportation, and get assistance in arranging rides.
Government Link
Resources related to local city, county, state, and federal services
Long Term Care Link – Waiver & Alternative Care Program Services
Search for providers of long term services and supports available through waivers and Alternative Care programs. Be sure to visit Long Term Care Link often, as providers are being added and the site continuously updated.
Youth Corner
Take a look at listings for housing, jobs, health, transportation, rec centers, legal advice, money management and education.
Immediate Help
Resources for people who need help right away, whether it be immediate shelter, food, health care, financial crisis, or other topics.
Adults, Families and Children
Seek organizations that give family advice, find sensitive and responsible ways to parent and mental health services for children, crisis support including finding affordable housing, getting financial support, family counseling, and getting connected to your school and community.
Services for Homeless People
Focus on services for the homeless. Whether you just need a meal or would like help getting off the street, this wide ranging set of topics can help you help yourself.
Resettling in a new area can provide many challenges. Here you can connect with classes to help you learn English as a second language, learn about the healthcare system, and find a community where you can connect and live.
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Search for more services such as chemical health, mental health, veterans and more.

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