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Senior LinkAge Line® and Disability Linkage Line®
Senior LinkAge Line®
The Senior LinkAge Line® is a free statewide comprehensive information and assistance service for seniors, caregivers, Medicare beneficiaries and any Minnesotan needing assistance with reducing prescription drug costs or planning for long-term care. The Senior LinkAge Line® is a service of the Minnesota Board on Aging, provided locally by six Area Agencies on Aging that cover all 87 counties in Minnesota. Senior LinkAge Line® specialists provide one-to-one assistance, including in-person assistance, to help people understand their long-term care and health care options, as well as access supports and services to help remain independent in the community.
Assistance provided is comprehensive and objective. The Senior LinkAge Line® does not sell or endorse any insurance product.
Disability Linkage Line®
The Disability Linkage Line® is a free statewide comprehensive information, referral and assistance service for people with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and their representatives. Disability Linkage Line specialists provide objective one-to-one assistance to help people learn about and manage their health care and other benefit options, as well as access community supports and services.
Disability Linkage Line® is a service of the Minnesota Department of Human Services and provided locally in all 87 counties by the Metropolitan Center for Independent Living and Southeastern Minnesota Center for Independent Living.
Additional resources on the Web
Both Linkage Lines are partners in the statewide resource database found at www.minnesotahelp.info, which is sponsored by the Minnesota Board on Aging, DHS and other partners.
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