Services & Resources
Welcome! Age-Friendly Maple Grove has compiled a collection of resources to help connect residents to services and information on a range of topics related to aging. New information will be added over time. Use the topics below/left to find what you are looking for.
Please note that by making this information available, it does not constitute any endorsements by the City of Maple Grove, its officers or employees of the linked web sites, or the information, products, or services contained therein. View full disclaimer.
The following resources are a guide to various programs and services in and around Maple Grove that may be useful to older residents.
This information will expand over time. Click on the + to see all the resources.
*indicates organizations that are members of Age-Friendly Maple Grove
FOOD & NUTRITION
(763) 425-1050 | crossservices.org/food-assistance/
CROSS Services provides food assistance through several programs:
- Meals on Wheels Program
Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious, hot meals to older, disabled and home-bound individuals Monday through Friday for a small fee. Meals are delivered each weekday between 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM. Click here for more information.
- Mobile Food Pantry
The Mobile Food Pantry visits Maple Grove twice a month. Call (763) 425-1050 or click here for more details.
- Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS)
CROSS provides a supplemental monthly food packet for lower-income adult aged 60-plus. Call CROSS for more information or click here for more information about NAPS.
Optage Senior Dining Choices
(651) 746-8200 | www.optage.org/senior-dining-services/mn/
Optage home and community services, a division of Presbyterian Homes & Services, offers home-delivered meals that require little or no preparation.
Maple Grove Police Department
(763) 494-6100 (non-emergency number)
Community Updates on Recent Scams - MG Police Department
Click here for more information
Smoke Alarm Battery and Replacement Program - MG Fire Department
763-494-6096 | Click here for more information
The City's Fire Department replaces smoke alarm batteries for free for any older adult (60+) and can provide free smoke alarms for residents meeting income guidelines.
No Cost Home Health and Safety Assessment
Hennepin County HOME Program - Senior Community Services
(952) 746-4046 | Email: email@example.com | Link to website
Senior Community Services provides no-cost home health and safety assessments to assess your house, condo or townhouse for fall risks and minor repair work. They then provide a report with practical steps you can take to reduce falls and make your home safer. SCS' team of handypersons can also work with you to complete needed repairs and safety improvements.
GROCERY & FOOD DELIVERY
(Please note: Costs and fees listed below are subject to change.)
Help at Your Door - Grocery Assistance
Help At Your Door Grocery Assistance is a nonprofit service that helps older adults and people with disabilities. Groceries are delivered to you at home, and the service can include help putting the groceries away if needed. Grocery orders can be placed over the phone or online. Fees are based on income.
(651) 692-1892 | Link to website
InstaCart is a paid service that provides delivery for numerous stores in Maple Grove: Cub, Aldi, Total Wine, Costco, CVS Pharmacy, Lunds & Byerly's, Petco, and more. After a free trial period, there is an annual fee (around $99) that covers free delivery on all orders over $35. Orders must be placed and paid for online. Click here for more information.
Lunds & Byerly's
12880 Elm Creek Blvd N, Maple Grove
Lunds & Byerly's offers grocery delivery for a flat fee of $9.95 or drive-thru pick-up for $4.95. Orders must be placed and paid for online. Click here to start shopping or here for more information about the service.
Target offers grocery delivery or pick-up; fees vary. Same-day delivery is available through a service called Shipt; other delivery also available. Click here for more information.
9451 Dunkirk Ln N, Maple Grove
Walmart Maple Grove offers grocery delivery ($30 minimum order) for $9.95, or pick-up orders for free. Orders must be placed and paid for online. Click here to shop.
HELP AT HOME AND OTHER SERVICES
65 & Thrive
(763) 566-9600 | Link to website
This program is designed to provide in-home resources to maintain and improve the health and wellness of older adults in northwest Hennepin County. Offered through CEAP (Community Emergency Assistance Programs), 65 & Thrive helps provide services such as caregiver support, care coordination, home repair, and more.
Help at Your Door
(651) 642-1892 | helpatyourdoor.org/
Help at Your Door is a nonprofit organization that offers grocery assistance, home support and transportation services to older adults and people with disabilities in the 7-county metro area.
Hennepin County Library - At Home Service
Link to website
Hennepin County Library offers At Home service free of charge to Hennepin County residents who cannot get to a library due to illness, disability, or visual impairment. Materials and services are either delivered in person by a volunteer to your home or sent by U.S. mail at no charge to you with return postage paid. Click here to learn more.
House and Outside Maintenance (HOME) Program
through Senior Community Services
Sliding fee scales available.
(952) 746-4046 | seniorcommunity.org/home-program/Senior Community Services' HOME program provides affordable home maintenance and chore services delivered by trusted professionals and community volunteers.
OLDER ADULT RIGHTS AND JUSTICE
Hennepin County - Adult Protection Resources
Information about how to report abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult
Link to flyer
Minnesota Elder Justice Center
(651) 440-9300 | Link to website
The MN Elder Justice Center helps prevent and alleviate abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation of elder and vulnerable adults. It provides information and training about helping to prevent and spot abuse. It works with victims of abuse as well as professionals who work with older people.
Minnesota Office of Ombudsman for Long-Term Care
1-800-657-3591 | Link to website
The Office of Ombudsman for Long-Term Care helps investigate complaints and resolve disputes concerning the health, safety, welfare and rights of people using long-term care services, at no charge to the consumer. This includes care at long-term care facilities, home and community-based settings, and home care services.
Please note that by making this information available, it does not constitute any endorsements by the City of Maple Grove, its officers or employees of the linked web sites, or the information, products, or services contained therein. The City of Maple Grove does not exercise editorial control over the information you may find at these locations and is not responsible for it. All links are provided and are intended solely for informational purposes and are not to be construed, under any circumstances, by implication or otherwise, as an endorsement by the City of Maple Grove.
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