Join us for Elder Cafe

Eleanor Ostman, longtime food writer for the St. Paul Pioneer-Press Dispatch

May 12, 2016

Elder Cafe

Thursday, May 12, 2016

11:30am – 2:00pm

Seniors, Join us for Lunch and Entertainment at First Lutheran Church, 463 Maria Ave 

See what’s happening in our own back yard! Join Melanie Kleiss, The Lower Phalen Creek Project’s new Executive Director as she brings us up to date on the work this non-profit is doing in our community.


Volunteers are individuals who help neighborhood seniors maintain their independence by generously giving of their time in a variety of ways. The volunteer is assigned and supervised by the Manager of Volunteer Services.

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Wish List

Dayton’s Bluff Seniors relies on grants, contributions, and volunteers to continue to provide services to seniors at no cost.  From time to time we like to take a few small items to our clients to cheer them up or just as a nice thing to do.

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Welcome to DBS

Dayton’s Bluff Seniors Living at Home / Block Nurse Program is a non-profit community based service organization which operates with the financial support of our community; private and public agencies and foundations, local churches, neighbors and friends.  We collaborate with community members and organizations to create and maintain resources to help seniors overcome barriers to remain living in their homes.

Our mission is to build a circle of care around the elders in Dayton’s Bluff, empowering seniors to live safe and independent in their homes, to prevent falls and support the persons caring for the senior.

Health Services

We are here to assist you in overcoming barriers to living safe and independent at home.

Some the available services:

  • Rides & Transport
  • Social Events
  • Exercise Classes
  • Clothing & Household
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Chores
  • Wellness Clinics

We can connect you to the people and services you need.

Our History

For over twenty-five years, non-profit, community-owned Living at Home/Block Nurse Programs have helped elders stay healthy while living in their own homes. Living at Home Network was established as a resource center to support these community efforts and extend the Program model to new neighborhoods, towns and cities. In turn, elders remain safe and independent, while still socially involved in their communities.

If you need elder services, want to start a Program in your community, want to volunteer, support this Program with your gift or just want to learn more, we welcome your contact and look forward to getting to know you.