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Resources for Adults 55+

Featured Programs
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Project Hope

Project HOPE is a free City of Burbank program that pairs residents (age 55+) with volunteers who assist with essential errands, including: grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions, and dropping off items at the post office. If you are interested in being paired with a volunteer, contact the Burbank Volunteer Program at (818) 238-5370. 
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Phone Pals Program

Phone Pals is a City of Burbank volunteer program that pairs adults 55+ with a volunteer who regulary calls to check in. Contact the Joslyn Center at (818) 238-5353 if you are interested in being paired with a Phone Pal. 

The Supporters of Senior Services has teamed up with City of Burbank Senior Services to provide free shower grab bars and other equipment to qualifying adults ages 55+. Read more to learn about qualifications and how to apply. 

Learn more about City and County food resources. 
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Additional resources for Adults 55+
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 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.