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Resources Older Adults
SUPPORT SERVICES AND RESOURCES FOR OLDER ADULTS
PROVINCETOWN COUNCIL ON AGING/SENIOR CENTER: 508-487-7080 Support services to residents 60+ years of age and their caregivers: assistance with finances, food, housing, home care, benefits applications/renewals, health insurance, check-in calls, emotional well-being and more. Call with any questions or concerns – we’re here for you!
AIDS SUPPORT GROUP OF CC: 508-487-9445 Support services for residents living with HIV/AIDS.
ALZHEIMER’S FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER OF CAPE COD: 508-896-5170 Telephone support for caregivers 7 days a week.
CAPE ORGANIZATION FOR RIGHTS OF THE DISABLED (CORD): 508-775-8300 Support services for residents living with disabilities.
ELDER SERVICES OF CC&I: 508-394-4630 Support services for residents 60+ years of age including Meals on Wheels, home care, caregiver support, protective services, options counseling, money management.
HELPING OUR WOMEN (HOW): 508-487-4357 Support services for women with a chronic health condition.
HOMELESS PREVENTION COUNCIL/COMMUNITY SUPPORT LIAISON: 508-255-9667 Support services to residents with housing-related issues.
INDEPENDENCE HOUSE: 508-771-6507 Support services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Crisis Hotline: 800-439-6507
SAMARITANS ON CC&I: 508-548-7999 Senior Outreach Program provides regular check-in calls to residents 55+ years of age. Crisis Help Line: 800-893-9900
SOUTH COASTAL COUNTIES LEGAL SERVICES: 508-775-7020 Legal assistance through elder law attorneys to older adult residents.
VETERANS AGENT FOR PROVINCETOWN: SHAWNEY CARROLL: 508-778-8740 Support services for veterans and eligible dependents.
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