Grocery & homemaker help
With Aging Resources of Douglas County's Homemaker Help services, older people can keep their homes safe, tidy, and comfortable to live in. Homemaker volunteers offer monthly visits to complete light housekeeping duties that can be too physically demanding for some older people. Grocery shopping volunteers are also available to help shop for or deliver groceries. To receive grocery and homemaker help, Douglas County residents over the age of 60 and adults with physical disabilities can apply to the Neighbor Network volunteer services program here. Members of the Neighbor Network program are referred to as our Neighbors.
Grocery and Homemaker services are free of charge. Neighbors are expected to pay for their own groceries. Any donations received help offset programming costs. Neighbors can request a maximum of two homemaker visits per month. Requests are not guaranteed to be fulfilled.
Apply for grocery, homemaker and other Neighbor Network volunteer services here.
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