Older Adult Services

Emergency Needs & Masonic Assistance
Masonic Outreach Services FAQ
Masons Helping Neighbors - Lodge Matching Assistance Program

Masonic Outreach Services is a trustworthy and reliable community resource that helps individuals and families plan for aging in place and long-term care for themselves and their loved ones. When the time comes, Masonic Outreach Services provides information & referral, assessment and planning, and advocacy to assure that older adults are safe, have their needs met, and have the opportunity to live their lives with meaning and dignity.

Services
Education Outreach – Workshops and classes for individuals and families to improve awareness of physical, social, and financial aspects of aging, to help individuals plan for their future, and to learn how to access their resources.
Information & Referral and Benefits Assistance – Assisting individuals and families meet their aging in place and long-term care needs by connecting them with community resources and benefits information.
Direct Assistance – Helping older adults address immediate, often unexpected basic needs, through financial review, identification of community resources, and if necessary, provisions of limited cash assistance.
Aging in Place Case Management – Helping older adults improve their ability to live in their homes and community safely and independently, through in-home assessment, planning, monitoring, and advocacy.
Long-Term Care Case Management – Linking chronically ill or disabled individuals with long-term care services; to assist with their needs; to advocate for them; and to help them remain socially connected.

Washington Masonic Charities is the 501 c 3 public charitable arm of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons. We partner with Area Agencies on Aging, senior support professionals, Masonic Lodges, and members of appendant and concordant Masonic bodies.

Our services are available at no cost to members of the Masonic community, and the general public. Charitable contributions are are deductible to the extent allowed by the IRS.