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We help older neighbors who want to maintain their independence by matching them with Care Partners or volunteers to provide help at home.

Give the gift of Independence

Support us as we help neighbors age well at home in Houston County.

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See All the Ways We Serve

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Care Partners assist with the tasks it takes to keep a home running. This can include meal planning, laundry, organizing, and basic cleaning

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Care Partners can reduce caregiver burden by spending time with a loved while the caregiver leaves the home.

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Care Partners can run errands for (or with) an older neighbor. This can include trips to the grocery store, pharmacy, hardware store, etc.

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Check out an item for free from our "Assistive Devices Lending Library." Items available include canes, walkers, shower chairs, wheelchairs, and many others.

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Volunteers provide medical transportation for older neighbors who are no longer able to drive

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In La Crescent volunteers complete snow removal in the winter and mowing and other basic lawn cares in the summer.

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Volunteers complete friendly visiting. Visits can include going for walks, playing cards, completing puzzles, or simply chatting.

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Need help but not sure where to begin? Call us for information and referrals (507)-859-8123.

Care Partner Services


A paid staff person provides non-medical care to help older neighbors age well at home.

Volunteer Services

A community member is matched to provide transportation, chore services (like lawn mowing and snow shoveling), or companionship.

"There are not words enough to say how grateful I am for an organization like Neighbors in Action. I have wonderful neighbors, but it is a comfort to know I can depend on the volunteers from Neighbors in Action.   
Thank you to everyone who volunteers their time and energy to keep this organization viable... and to all in the community who support this endeavor."
-Ingrid F
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