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SUPPORTING SENIORS DURING COVID-19 CRISIS

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) is committed to the wellbeing of our community and is here to be a support for older adults and their family during the Covid-19 public health crisis. PSRC is proud to provide virtual programs and social service support during this challenging time.

Support for Seniors:
Virtual HomeFriends —Sign up HERE (https://princetonsenior.wufoo.com/forms/virtual-homefriends-registration/) to receive support.

PSRC Social Service Team — reach out to our social service team at socialservices@princetonsenior.org.

Virtual Fireside Chat — Join a member of our social services team in a virtual ZOOM meeting weekdays at 2:00 p.m. Drop-in to chat with new friends. To connect to this zoom meeting go HERE (https://zoom.us/j/447096223?pwd=S2d1NWdZNHVKMHlyOGJJdHRyUkNXUT09&status=success).

Neighborhood Buddy Initiative — information can be found HERE (https://www.princetonsenior.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/NBI-Brochure.pdf). To be paired with a Neighborhood Buddy, register HERE (https://princetonsenior.wufoo.com/forms/neighborhood-buddy-initiative-registration/).

Princeton Extra Assistance Registry — email Access Princeton at accessprinceton@princetonnj.gov, call 609.924.4141, or go HERE (https://princeton.seamlessdocs.com/w/PrincetonPreparesIntake).

PSRC – Social Service Team are ready to help the community

Help with Emergency Assistance Funds — For residents affected by the coronavirus outbreak and in need of financial assistance, please visit the Princeton Human Services Department website (https://www.princetonnj.gov/resources/coronavirus-resources) and submit a CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY EXPENSE REQUEST FORM. The request form is also available HERE (https://www.princetonchildrensfund.org/). All requests will receive a response within 48 hours and determinations will be made as quickly as funding allows.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors — to be a HomeFriends volunteer can do so by clicking HERE (https://princetonsenior.wufoo.com/forms/psrc-homefriends-volunteer-application/).

Financial Donations — Emergency Assistance Fund — consider donating money to be used to pay day-to-day expenses that will be incurred by families who are unable to work amid shutdowns and curfews. Donations can be made online HERE (https://www.princetonchildrensfund.org/) and are fully tax deductible.

Deliver for Meals-on-Wheels Mercer County — contact the MOW office at 609.695.3483 or email info@mealsonwheelsmercer.org.

Collect & Distribute Food — details HERE (https://www.princetonsenior.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Princeton-food-drive.pdf).

Volunteer to Help your Neighbors (Princeton) — click HERE (https://princeton.seamlessdocs.com/f/5ppar9jufkod) to register to provide assistance through Princeton municipality’s Human Services office or to register as a Neighborhood Buddy.

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