Get help where you need it:
- Voting: Visit Healthy Voting to find safe ways to cast your ballot this year.
- Food: Visit Meals on Wheels and Feeding America for options in your zip code.
- Paying your bills: On BenefitsCheckUp.org, see if you qualify for programs to help pay for food, medicine, utilities, and more.
- Medicare: Get advice from the Senior Medicare Patrol, your State Health Insurance Assistance Program, or Medicare.gov.
- Distress: Talk with someone at the Disaster Distress Hotline or National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
- Transportation: Use Eldercare Locator to find local services.
Staying Healthy, Safe, and Connected
Protecting Yourself from Poor Air Quality
As people age, their bodies are less able to handle the effects of environmental hazards. Reducing exposure to bad air and smoke is important for your health.
Women: Put yourself first in planning for financial freedom in retirement
It’s 2020, but a woman’s path to a secure retirement continues to be filled with obstacles. It’s time for equity in aging.
Report: 8 Ideas to Expand Funding for Evidence-Based Health Programs
Community-based health programs have a long track record of keeping older adults healthy. What they often don’t have is sustainable funding.
Finding Affordable Food
Social distancing means older adults are struggling to safely get and afford food. Here are some options to help.
Share Your Story
Tell us how COVID-19 is impacting your life.
Get answers to your most commonly asked questions, so you can stay safe.
Key COVID-19 Resources
Find links to key resources with information for older adults and caregivers.