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Aging in Place Organizations

"Aging In Place" organizations are non-profit groups designed to help seniors stay in their own homes as they grow older by making available the social support, health care, transportation and home maintenance services they require to live happy, productive lives in the community.


Habitat for Humanity's Aging in Place Program includes exterior home preservation, and critical interior/exterior home repairs. Click here for further information and eligibility details; call 845-297-7610 or email


Millbrook At Home services the Village of Millbrook/Town of Washington area and nearby communities. They can be reached at (Note: As of September 2021, the organization is inactive, but with hopes of resuming operations in the future.)


Rebuilding Together Dutchess County (RTDC) provides no-cost home repairs for income-qualifying homeowners in Dutchess County. Services include safety and accessibility modifications and larger, critical repairs necessary to maintain a safe and healthy living environment. RTDC is funded, in part, from federal and local grants, community support, and donated volunteer labor and supplies. There is never a cost to eligible homeowners. For full program descriptions, basic eligibility requirements and applications, please visit the Rebuilding Together Dutchess County website. RTDC can be reached at 845-454-7310.



Rhinebeck At Home serves the Rhinebeck area and can be reached at 845-379-1114 or



SSIP-Taconic serves the Clinton/Milan/Stanford area.  They can be reached at 845-266-4270.