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About

Neighborhood Network for Seniors is the Living At Home/Block Nurse Program serving the Merriam Park, Summit University, Lex-Ham, Snelling Hamline and Macalester - Groveland (north of St. Clair Ave)  Neighborhoods by linking seniors to neighbors and services that can help them live safely at home.

Incorporated in 1992 as the MerriaNNfS Service Aream Park Living At Home/Block Nurse Program, we have grown to serve all of St. Paul's planning Districts 8 and 13 and the northern part of District 14. We strive to be the one call seniors and caregivers make to find resources to help them maintain or regain their independence.

The Neighborhood Network for Seniors (Merriam Park Living At Home/Block Nurse Program) is part of a network of local programs that mobilize and coordinate community volunteers and health professionals to help their older neighbors stay in the homes they love. By alleviating barriers to service, helping seniors prevent as well as manage illness, and coordinating and simplifying care, Living At Home/Block Nurse Programs prevent and delay nursing home admissions for hundreds of seniors each year. This saves the taxpayers of Minnesota millions of dollars. It helps to keep our communities whole, and it allows frail seniors the opportunity to continue to contribute to their community.

We accomplish much on a tiny budget thanks to the strong support of our neighborhoods.