Senior LinkAge Line®
Help is closer than you think!
Senior LinkAge Line® is a free telephone information and assistance
service, which makes it easy for older adults and their families to find
community services. With a single call, people can find particular
services near them or get help evaluating their situation to determine
what kind of service might be helpful.
Information and Assistance Specialists direct callers to the
organizations in their area that provide the services in which they are
interested. Specialists can conduct three-way calls and offer follow-up
Specialists are trained health and human service professionals. They offer
objective, neutral information about senior service and housing options.
Specialists are knowledgeable about:
The Senior LinkAge Line® (1-800-333-2433) is answered from 8:00AM
to 4:30PM weekdays, and
messages can be left after hours, 24 hours a day.
TDD/TTY users call the Minnesota Relay Service at 7-1-1.
Non- or limited-English speaking callers can call the Senior LinkAge
Line® which uses interpreters through Language Line Services.
Information about senior services can be found online at
Develop a customized plan through Long-term Care
Learn more in
the Senior LinkAge Line® report to the community.
Senior LinkAge Line® is a service of the
Minnesota Board on Aging (Off
Site) & Minnesota Area Agencies on Aging