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Additional resources for Adults 55+
National Council On Aging (NCOA) Resource Guide

The NCOA created Resources and Support for Older Adults Living Alone, a guide which includes practical tips and resource recommendations from geriatric health experts and advocates, such as:

  • PACE programs, which use Medicare and Medicaid to help older adults attain nursing home-level care 
  • HealthFinder, a resource with easy-to-understand articles, videos, and interactive tools to help older adults make informed decisions about their health
  • NCOA’s BenefitsCheckUp tool which helps older adults identify their potential eligibility for benefits and programs
Find out more:
BurbankBus Senior and Disabled (BBS&D) Transit provides curb-to-curb transportation services for seniors (ages 60+) and persons with disabilities living in Burbank.

Visit Senior and Disabled Transit for more information.

For fixed routes in the city of Burbank, visit BurbankBus for more information.
The PASS Program provides financial subsidy for City of Burbank programs, activities, and services to qualifying residents.  Visit Burbank PASS to apply.

The Center for Health Care Rights (CHCR) provides free and unbiased information, counseling and advocacy on Medicare, Medi-Cal and related health insurance. Medicare beneficiaries and their families can speak to a counselor through their toll-free telephone hotline at (800) 824-0780

Bet Tzedek is a non-profit organization that offers free legal services to low-income seniors.  Services include (but are not limited to) advance planning, housing advocacy, and elder abuse prevention. If you would like to speak with an attorney or advocate, contact Bet Tzedek at (323) 939-0506.