Wright County HOME Program

home maintenance“Thanks to Senior Community Services, I can live in my own home longer and enjoy my neighborhood. I am so grateful.” – Helen

Helping you take care of the place that you call home.

The HOME Program mobilizes open-hearted people to bring you affordable home maintenance and chore services delivered by trusted professionals and community volunteers.

The goal of the HOME Program is to provide reasonably priced services to help older adults continue to live independently in their own home. Our network of reliable workers and volunteers provide indoor and outdoor chore services to residents ages 60 and older that live within our coverage area in Wright County.

The HOME Program can help you with:

Housekeeping (home/apartment):

  • Dusting
  • Sweep, vacuum & mop floors
  • Clean kitchen & bathroom surfaces
  • Laundry & change bed linens
  • Grocery shopping
Handyperson Tasks:

  • Change light bulbs & furnace filters
  • Install grab bars
  • Minor plumbing
  • Minor electrical
  • Check carbon monoxide/smoke detectors
  • Hang wall decor/mirrors
  • Minor carpentry
Outdoor Maintenance:

  • Snow shoveling
  • Lawn mowing
  • Seasonal yard work
  • Window washing
Painting:

  • Interior
  • Exterior

The HOME Program provides services for residents aged 60+ in these Wright County MN communities:

Albertville
Buffalo
Hanover
Monticello
St. Michael


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NO COST Home Health & Safety Assessment:

Let our trusted staff come in and assess your house, condo or townhouse for fall risks and minor repair work. Afterwards, you will receive a report with practical steps you can take to reduce falls and make your home safer. Our team of handypersons can work with you to complete needed repairs and safety improvements. Be proactive about fall prevention and call 763-416-7969 to request an assessment or email hometeam@seniorcommunity.org today.


What does it cost?

We welcome those 60 and older of any income level. We have clients that pay the full cost of the service but we are also able to offer services based on a sliding fee scale. This means seniors contribute to the cost of the service based on their monthly income and ability to pay.

The HOME Program may accept some insurance payments, Elderly Waiver or the Alternative Care Grant for some of our services. Caregivers can also pay for the services provided.

How do I get started?

You must complete the registration materials to receive services. Once you have registered for the HOME program, you will be eligible to receive any of the services we provide in order to help you live comfortably in your home for as long as possible.

For program details, please contact us at 763-416-7969 or by email. We’ll be happy to help.

You can also use this online form, and the Wright County HOME Program Coordinator will contact you as soon as possible.


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More Downloadable Information:

HOME Wright County Flyer

Ready to get started right now?

Download and Print out our Registration materials:

Please print out these forms and COMPLETE ALL FORMS.  Please remember to include your signature on each page.

Click here for HOME client registration forms

Mail your completed form to our Wright County HOME program coordinator.  You will be contacted once we receive your forms.

Wright County HOME Program
11800 Town Center Dr. NE #200
St. Michael, MN 55376

Still have questions? Contact Program Coordinator Joe Kaul at:

763-416-7969
hometeam@seniorcommunity.org


Join the HOME TEAM as an EMPLOYEE:

Please use this form to provide us with your contact information, and our Wright County HOME Program Coordinator will contact you as soon as possible.


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VOLUNTEER TO HELP SENIORS IN THE COMMUNITY:

Click here for more information about HOME’s unpaid volunteer opportunities


Donate to support the HOME Program:

Help sustain our ability to assist low-income older adults receive services.