With so many options and so much information out in the world, how do you navigate it all? We’re working every day to help de-mystify the aging process and senior living. You’re invited to explore these resources to help you in your search.
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Please ask to speak with our Executive Director or Community Relations Director if you have questions about services or would like to discuss financial concerns. We understand there are sometimes challenges with selling a house, moving, or doing paperwork for veterans' benefits.
We partner with several agencies and have several resources in town that may be of help. Contact us to discuss your situation and learn what options might be available to you.
The Florence Veterans’ Relief Agency (FAVRA) is made-up of local veterans who help local veterans with emergency stop-gap grant funding for immediate food, clothing, shelter, medical, transportation, utilities, or other personal needs.
The Florence Chamber of Commerce provides locals and visitors alike information and guides on hotels, dining, recreation, moving, and support services.
The mission of this program is to provide individually-designed activities as well as socialization for persons with memory loss and to offer respite, information and peace of mind to the caregivers by assuring them that their loved one is well cared for and safe.
PeaceHealth Medical Group offers experienced doctors and health care providers from a variety of disciplines and specialties in clinics and hospitals around the Siuslaw region.
The mission of this office is to advocate for seniors and people with disabilities and to provide them quality services and information that promote dignity, independence, and choice.
In the tradition of the human ideal of freedom of thought and speech, the Siuslaw Public Library Commons strives to be a warm and inviting place of lifelong learning and human improvement, accessible to people of all ages, economic levels, and cultural backgrounds.
Veterans Angels, Inc. is a non-profit corporation devoted to assisting senior veterans and spouses obtain a little known; little used tax-free benefit more commonly referred to as the “Aid and Attendance Special Pension.”