Get connected to resources in our community that help improve your health and well-being.
Gwinnett Cares Helpline
The Gwinnett Cares Helpline, powered by the Gwinnett Coalition, provides information and referral services to health and human services in Gwinnett for all Gwinnett County residents.
This is Gwinnett County’s go-to website designed to connect Gwinnett residents to community-based resources.
This resource helps seniors and their families understand memory care in Georgia.
This resource is written for seniors in Georgia who are looking into assisted living. It goes over likely costs for all levels of senior care and identifies free resources to help pay for senior living in Georgia.
Medicare Resource Center
This resource serves as a one-stop shop for seniors seeking guidance on Medicare plans.
Aging In Place: A Guide to Growing Older at Home
Aging in place is the process of staying in your own home as you grow older instead of moving to an outside facility. To properly age in place, you should create a budget, discuss options with your family, connect with home health services and identify necessary home modification projects.
Downsizing for Retirement:
A Step-by-Step Guide
Downsizing for retirement takes planning, hard work and time. It involves organizing your current home, donating unwanted items, putting your house up for sale and moving to a new location. Some people hire experts to help, while others rely on friends and family for support.
Affordable Health Insurance
Our guide walks you through the multiple options provided by Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance for people recently unemployed, including critical information like costs, and financial assistance. You can view the guides here:
The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click below to learn more.
We created a guide that discusses the link between eyes and Alzheimer's, how the disease affects your eyes, the use of eye exams for early detection, and more! Please take a look at that, and our general Aging & Eyesight guide:
Alzheimer’s and the Eyes Guide