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FREE Activity Pass for Senior Community Members ( age 65+) - White Bear Lake Area Schools offer a variety of activities - home athletic contests, concerts, and theater productions to name a few. Join us! Call the Superintendent's Office at 651-407-7563 to request a FREE Activity Pass for home athletics events and a District Activities Calendar. Find the application at the White Bear Lake Area Schools website. The Activities Pass is available to residents of the White Bear Lake Area School District who are age 65 and older.
Consortium of Lake Area Senior Services
This group serves the 55+ population residing within the Mahtomedi, North St. Paul, Maplewood, Oakdale and White Bear Lake Area School Districts. Check out the Consortium of Lake Area Senior Services website for services available to senior citizens in the area.
Help at Your Door
Help At Your Door is a non-profit agency serving seniors and individuals with disabilities across the seven-county Twin Cities metropolitan area. Their Store To Door grocery and delivery, handyman and transportation services provide assistance with in-home tasks and chores. For more information, call 651-642-1892 or visit their website at helpatyourdoor.org.
For information on homeowner resources, including deferred loan programs for home improvements, and the Metro Paint-A-Thon program, visit our Homeowner Resources page.
Meals on Wheels of Ramsey County - Community Resources
In addition to the Meals on Wheels provided through our member programs, the Senior Services Consortium of Ramsey County compiles a directory of community resources for seniors living in Ramsey County. The directory includes non-profit and public agencies that provide services free of charge or on a sliding fee scale. View the resources webpage.
Senior Chore Program
By connecting youth and adults in search of work with seniors in need of help, Northeast Youth and Family Services (NYFS) helps older adults live independently in their homes for as long as possible. Workers assist seniors with basic services such as housekeeping and lawn care as well as seasonal activities such as snow shoveling and leaf raking. For more information, contact Senior Chore and Volunteer Coordinator Debbie Wells via email or at 651-379-3451.
Senior LinkAge Line®
The Senior LinkAge Line® is the Minnesota Board on Aging's free statewide information and assistance service. Call 800-333-2433, answered from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. For more information about this service, please visit the Minnesota Board on Aging website.
White Bear Area Senior Program
The White Bear Area Senior Program offers programs for seniors at 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake, MN 55110, and may be reached at 651-653-3121. Programs include Meals on Wheels; transportation; grocery shopping; drop-in center; adult enrichment classes; Craft Corner Gift Shop; Lions HELP; outreach; volunteer visitor programs; volunteer opportunities; and a newsletter, Senior Voice.