Applications for SAFHR are open

contributed by the Missouri State Assistance for Housing Relief (SAFHR) program Keeping Missouri families safe in their homes is always a priority for the Missouri Housing Development Commission, and never more so than during the challenging years of the COVID-19 pandemic. To date, our State Assistance for Housing Relief (SAFHR) program has enabled over 23,000 Missouri…

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YAH Fiscal Assistant Celebrates 25 Years

Look who marks 25 years with our agency today! Debbie Hogue is our fiscal assistant. She oversees our Medicaid meal program, handles billing for our in-home service agencies, and processes other important monthly reports. She enjoys the detail of her work, and making sure everything balances all said and done. Debbie and her husband own…

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March 2022 Fraud Prevention Fact

March is Fraud Prevention Month, and the Missouri Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) wants to remind you of some ways you can protect yourself against the many scams targeting older adults. First and foremost, guard your information. This includes dates of birth, Social Security, Medicare card, bank account, and credit card numbers. If you are on…

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Lunch Club Canceled for February 17

This week’s forecast includes a 70% chance of snow in Cameron on Thursday, with temps below freezing and a precipitation accumulation between 3 and 5 inches. Your safety is our utmost concern, so we’re canceling the Cameron Lunch Club. Stay tuned for next week!

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Office Phones Down Today

Young at Heart Resources is getting a new phone system today, so our service may be down for most of the morning. If you need to get in touch with our organization, please feel free to message us through Facebook or Instagram, or by emailing info@yahresources.org.

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Is Your Cell Phone or Emergency Device’s Network Shutting Down?

Will your electronic/safety device be affected? Many 2G networks have already phased out, and most providers are in the process of “sunsetting” (closing down) their 3G networks, as well. If you and/or your loved one still have a cell phone or emergency device which operates from a 2G or 3G network, you’ll need to upgrade…

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February 2022 Fraud Prevention Fact

Beware of fraudulent COVID-19 testing sites or at-home testing kits The Missouri Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) is advising older adults to be on the lookout for fraudulent COVID-19 testing centers and fake at-home COVID-19 tests. Scammers are setting up fake COVID-19 test sites to get your personal, financial, and medical information. Scammers also are selling…

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February 3rd Lunch Club Canceled

Please spread the word that due to what’s forecasted in the weather for the next couple days, we are canceling this week’s Cameron Lunch Club. Please stay safe and warm, and do not travel if you don’t have to!

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YAHR Loses a Loyal Board Member

Our organization lost one of its board members this week. Ruth Rother was in her third term of service on the Young at Heart Resources governing board. The energy and experiences she brought to our activities cannot be matched. We offer our sincerest condolences to her family and friends, as well as those who were…

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January 20th Lunch Club Cancelled

Due to extremely low temperatures, this week’s Cameron Lunch Club, hosted by Young at Heart Resources, is cancelled. Stay warm and stay safe, we’ll see you soon.

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January 2022 Fraud Prevention Fact

Advantage Plan Open Enrollment is Here The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period is January 1 through March 31. If you are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan, during this time, it means you can: –Switch to another Medicare Advantage Plan with or without drug coverage.  –Drop your Medicare Advantage Plan and return to Original Medicare. You…

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