Senior Stability

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Improve Senior Stability

Promote healthy aging.

Our 4 Community Impact Areas are designed to deliver positive lasting change by bringing together a network of organizations, businesses and individuals to share resources and engage in results-driven Collective Impact Work.  

Improve Senior Stability through...

  • Mental Health and Physical Well-Being
  • Independent and Safe
  • End-of-Life Education and Support for Caregivers

Improve Senior Stability by...

  • Funding direct service programs through the Community Investment Fund
  • Promoting volunteerism by delivering VolunteerMT.org and engaging employees through workplace campaigns
  • Performing advocacy and community outreach and education
  • Delivering board development training and accounting best practices to partner non-profit organizations 
  • Providing professional development and learning opportunities for caregivers including ACEs Awareness, Trauma-Informed CareThe Resilience Project learning events, stress reduction, burnout prevention...

Improve Senior Stability because...

  • MT ranks 33rd for long-term care and 34th for health.
  • 15% of the population of MT are seniors.
  • 30% of seniors living in MT live alone.
  • 7% of MT senior households have an annual income of less than $10k and 26% less than $20k.
  • 21% of MT residents age 60 and over received food stamps in the last year.
  • The average Social Security Income in MT is $16,653/year.
  • The median household income for a MT senior is $34,580.
  • There are 27,098 working seniors in Montana.

Working Together to Improve Basic Needs - GGUW Funded Parters 

 

We believe there is no problem that we can't solve together.  Join us to make change. 

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