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Caring for Someone? Find Support Near You

When someone you love needs more care, finding helpful caregiving resources in your area can be hard. That’s why AARP and United Way have teamed up to connect you with trained, compassionate people in your community who can help you find AARP caregiving resources and more. It’s called 211, it’s a free service, and you can talk to specialists who can help you find local resources for caring for your loved one…and for yourself too!  

 Whether you’re temporarily assisting a friend or family member or are a full-time family caregiver, AARP can help! Get useful information and community resources to support the many things you do to care for others, like driving to medical appointments, managing medications, or helping with finances or meals. You can find AARP family caregiving resources through 211 that will help you navigate more specialized issues like home safety or veterans’ benefits, and more. When you contact 211 and ask for AARP resources, you can get help for yourself too, including finding support groups and counseling, and employment and placement assistance. 

Get Connected. Get Help. Dial 211* for AARP’s family caregiving resources or visit

*Any information you provide to 211 will be governed by its privacy policy.


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