Keep seniors healthy, protected, and living in their homes with dignity
This week, the Massachusetts Legislature takes the final step in completing the state
budget for the coming year.
The House and Senate have both passed versions of the budget, and now it is up to a small conference committee of 6 members to resolve the differences between the two.
Programs like Meals on Wheels, Senior Centers, Home and
Community Based Care, and Homelessness Prevention are all at risk.
the committee members to keep seniors healthy, protected, and living in
their homes with dignity
For full text of both proposals for the state budget, visit the Massachusetts Legislature page. For more information on these priorities, please Contact Us
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Dear [Decision Maker],
As a Massachusetts resident and as a member of AARP, I'm writing to request your support for a budget that puts a priority on keeping seniors healthy, protected, and living in their homes with dignity. Programs like Councils on Aging, Protective Services, and home care services and supports make all the difference to our seniors.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]