Social Services

Washington County Public Health

Washington County Public Health has a focus on healthy aging, called Living Healthy Washington County. Find links and initiatives the county is undertaking to address the needs of our rapidly growing senior population.
If you need to talk to someone about the resources you are entitled to as a Washington County resident, call the intake line:
Monday-Friday, 8 am to 4:30: 651-430-6484. Or

Ramsey County Public Health

Ramsey County Public Health is focused on seniors being able to live independently and on getting seniors and their families the aid to which they are entitled. You can find more information on what Ramsey County provides:

City of Roseville

The City of Roseville has a long-standing dementia initiative, with tips, resources, and links for dementia patients and their caregivers. Roseville’s website has many tools ranging from support groups to YouTube series that cover many topics within dementia.


FamilyMeans is a pioneer for dementia education and training in the local area assisting individuals, families and workplaces. Through our Caregiving & Aging team, we provide support services for both caregivers and the person experiencing dementia. FamilyMeans also provides many other social services including counseling and therapy, center for grief and loss, financial services, employee assistance programs and youth development programs. Call 651-439-4840 or see our many social services available:

CCEFS Mobile Food Shelf

Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf helps Woodbury residents with their food needs. Their mobile food shelf provides food to multiple sites in Woodbury and Oakdale. You can learn more about this program by calling 651-233-1296. For more details about this food shelf in general, visit

Transportation / Metro Mobility

Transportation/Metro Mobility provides transportation for eligible riders who cannot use regular buses because of a health condition. The main Metro Mobility website has a host of information about how to schedule and pay for rides, as well as more information about the program.