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Seniors

Special Information for Senior Citizens:

Having a problem with a specific state agency or program? Click Here to see if Senator Rosenberg's Office can be of assistance!

The Executive Office of Elder Affairs has details on all senior services offered in MA

Visit the Elder Affairs SNAP page if you are having trouble paying for food

Senator Rosenberg's fact sheet on the senior Circuit Breaker, a tax credit for Massachusetts senior citizens age 65 an older:

Statewide Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-800-922-2275 (V/TDD)

Massachusetts Senior Legal Helpline - The Helpline provides FREE legal information, advice and referral services for Massachusetts senior citizens (60 years or older) in most areas of civil law:
1-866-778-0939

SHINE (Serving Health Information Needs of Elders) Toll Free State-wide Number – 1-800-243-4636

800AgeInfo: State-sponsored site helping to connect elders with regional and local help with medical and home-care issues

Prescription Advantage: Prescription Advantage is a prescription drug insurance plan available to all Massachusetts residents age 65 and older, as well as younger individuals with disabilities who meet income and employment guidelines

Assisted Living in Massachusetts - A Consumer's Guide: Compiled by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, a comprehensive guide to Assisted living options for seniors in the Commonwealth.

Town-by-Town listing: Committees on Aging and Elder Affairs

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