50 North provides services that help those 50 and over remain healthy and independent. 50 North supports successful aging through programs that promote optimal mental and physical health. Older adults who participate in 50 North programs can experience measurable improvements in their physical, social, spiritual, emotional, mental and economic well-being.
For over four decades, we've partnered with community organizations to serve seniors and their families in Hancock County.
We commit to follow the Golden Rule while being generous and giving of our time in doing good for others.
Respect is earned. Therefore, we will treat people with dignity and strive to develop relationships through caring interactions.
We are passionate about keeping our word; saying what we are going to do and doing what we say.
We are committed to lead with our heart and genuinely understand, feel, and identify with the needs of those we serve.
We treat those we serve with kind acts and understand that kindness evokes more kindness. We believe the more kindness that exists, the more harmony there is likely to be.
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Financial assistance is available for the following services: Chores, Senior Café, Mobile Meals, Snow Removal, Lawn Mowing, and the Fitness Center, for those whose income falls below a certain level. For more information regarding these scholarships or how to apply for one, please contact our Outreach Department at 419-423-8496 for assistance. Financial application click here.
Members may be photographed for marketing purposes by a staff member. These photographs may appear in the Navigator quarterly newsletter, brochures or other publications. If you prefer not to have your picture taken, please inform the photographer.
Waiting Lists & Cancellations
If a program is full, members may join a waiting list. If a program is canceled, a check will be issued.
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