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Duluth, MN 55802 
218.722.5545 
or: 800.232.0707 
Current Grantees/Contractors
AAAA funds and works with community-based agencies to provide quality, comprehensive services primarily for seniors age 60 or older and their caregivers. A list of Title III funded services follows with links to individual providers.

Assisted Transportation Services
Volunteers provide rides for medical appointments, grocery shopping, social and recreational activities and other appointments.

Caregiver Support & Respite Care Services
Services and resources focused on meeting the needs of caregivers providing care for an older family member, friend or neighbor. Services include respite, coaching / counseling, education, training and support.

Chore Services
Services provided by volunteers include yard work, sidewalk maintenance or heavy housework for a senior.

Consultation Services
Assistance provided to an individual who is seeking support services to enable them to live independently in their own home.

Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programs
Evidence-based health promotion programs are proven to produce positive outcomes through rigorous research and extensive real-world testing.

Grocery Delivery Services
Volunteers provide grocery delivery services to homebound and frail seniors.

Health Insurance Counseling
State-certified staff and volunteers provide information about Medicare, Medical Assistance, health insurance and benefit plans, and prescription drug coverage and help persons with Medicare to compare Medicare supplemental and long-term care insurance policies and options, assist with completing and sending claims and appeals, understand and track medical bills and forms, and claim insurance benefits.

Legal Assistance Services
Legal representation, advice, information and referral on a variety of legal issues: housing, health and income benefits, citizenship and consumer credit.

Legal Education Services
Community presentation to inform older person of their rights/benefits and how to access the legal system.

Medication Management Screening Services
Services to prevent incorrect medication and adverse drug reactions.

Nutrition & Nutrition Support Services
Food and good nutrition are key factors in successful aging. Together, they help reduce disease related disability, promote health and support increased mental and physical functioning and active engagement in life.


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