MAKING OUR HOME — AND HOMETOWN — THE BEST PLACE TO AGE GRACEFULLY
City Council Unanimously Approves Proposal for
Low-Income Senior Home Repair Program
In partnership with the City of Laguna Beach and Habitat for Humanity Orange County, Laguna Beach Seniors will move forward with creating a senior home repair program to help qualified senior homeowners with health and safety home improvements.
The program is currently in development.
Contact Director of Aging in Place Services John Fay 949.715.8107 or email@example.com
if you, or someone you know, may benefit from safety home repairs.
Also, contact us for a free home assessment.
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Lifelong Laguna - How it All Makes Sense
Entering year 3 of Lifelong Laguna, it’s clear how our efforts are making a difference. Over the years, there have been countless examples of how our volunteers, professional care managers, and mental health team here at the Susi Q come together to create a support network for seniors who need it most. When a Laguna senior enrolls into Lifelong Laguna, our personalized assessment creates a path to identify what resources can be best fit to meet their needs. Following the in-home assessment, a number of various resources may be put into place:
If you know of a neighbor, a family member, or a friend in Laguna Beach who could benefit from additional support, contact Lifelong Laguna’s Director John Fay, MSG at 949-715-8107 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re ready to serve and we look forward to another great year in Laguna Beach.
Lifelong Laguna - IN THE NEWS
Stu News gave notice on the proposed senior home repair program. Read the story here.
KX 93.5 FM had Lifelong Laguna director John Fay on set to share the impact. Listen here.
Laguna's Skip Hellewell featured Lifelong Laguna in Finding Meaning in the Indy.
Lifelong Laguna was featured in On Common Ground by the
National Association of REALTORS Winter 2018 Edition
Stu News shined the spotlight on Lifelong Laguna. Read the story here.