Senior Benefits Information Centers Senior Benefits Information Centers (SBICs) help older adults 60 and over and those caring for the elderly achieve a better understanding of Medicare health plans and prescription drug coverage. Information is provided about different types of government programs.
Elder Law Unit The Elder Law Unit makes information and legal support easily available to the elderly on issues that concern their well-being and safety. The elder law attorneys provide free legal representation, advice, advocacy and referrals for victims of elder abuse.
Meals on Wheels The Meals on Wheels program provides a nutritious midday meal to senior citizens living in the Town of Mamaroneck, Village of Mamaroneck, and Village of Larchmont who are homebound and unable to prepare meals for themselves.
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging is a non-profit umbrella group representing America’s national network of 622 Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs). It offers unbiased and free aging resources to benefits seniors and their families.
At Home On the Sound provides members with the assistance they need to continue to live confidently in their own homes as they age. Services include: transportation to and from appointments and errands; social programs; cultural outings; and much more. Membership is open to all people 60 and over who reside in Mamaroneck, Rye Neck, and Larchmont.
Homebound From our Library to you, is a service of the Mamaroneck Public Library. We will provide Library materials to homebound residents via the US Postal Service. This program is available to all residents of the Village of Mamaroneck who cannot get to the Library because of illness, age, infirmity or disability.To participate in this program, the applicant must have or be eligible for a Mamaroneck Public Library card, live within the Village of Mamaroneck (a list of streets can be found here), and complete an application and questionnaire. If applicant does not have a Library card, he/she will be able to register for one. Current Library cards will be suspended during participation in this program so that a new “Homebound” Library card can be issued. Once an application is completed, a staff member will be in contact to discuss needs and interests.
For more information or an application and questionnaire, please contact a Librarian at the Reference desk weekdays at 630-5887 or 630-5888.