Aging Support

We want to support the dignity of our elders. Fortunately, in the Methow, there are a robust amount of services and resources to ensure our aging community can have stability and care in the place they call home.

At Room One we can offer connections and navigation of state systems, like the Social Security Administration or Medicare, and we can help connect you to one of our many elder support service organizations in the valley. We are also here to talk through any emotional challenge you or the elder in your life may be facing.

Methow at Home

Offers support to community members who want to age in place though a variety of volunteer-based services that assist members in their daily life. Provides members with a diverse array of activities and educational opportunities that allow them to stay engaged with fellow community members, volunteers, and our larger community.

Jamie’s Place

Adult Family home that provides full time residential care for persons who require a level of assistance that prevents them from living alone. Aims to de-institutionalize and enliven the long term care environments in a home that builds and strengthens meaningful relationships between residents, families, care-givers, and the community.

Lookout Coalition

In a rural location like the Methow Valley, it can be difficult for aging and isolated community members to find the support they need to lead safe, full lives. The Lookout Coalition connects community members with the resources they need to build pathways to well-being. The Lookout Coalition serves its clients through house calls. Volunteer expertise includes medicine, social work, mental health, occupational therapy, mindfulness, spiritual support, nursing, and trauma therapy. Many of the volunteers are hospice trained and all live in the community.

Senior Citizens Center

Provides programs for seniors, including information, referrals, and other activities, and a thrift shop open to the public.

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Frontier Home Health and Hospice

Offers home health aid and skilled nursing services, hospice, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, medical, and social aid services. Accepts most insurances including Molina, DSHS, Medicare, and some arrangements for the uninsured.

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Adult Abuse Reporting

Adult Protective Services (APS) investigates reports about abuse, abandonment, neglect, exploitation and self-neglect of vulnerable adults in Washington State.

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