Phone Reassurance Providers and Funding Sources
State Of Minnesota
The following is a list of Minnesota private organizations or state agencies that provide grants and funding for community programs. Also, we have listed automated and volunteer based programs that we found in the state of Minnesota.
DSC provides a Telephone Reassurance phone system that automatically calls elderly residents ensuring their well-being, allowing them to remain in their homes longer (Aging In Place).
There are many communities that provide telephone reassurance programs (both volunteer based or automatic calling programs).
Contact DSC to learn more about our automated phone systems. DSC welcomes the opportunity to discuss our telephone reassurance program and services. Also, if you are a Minnesota based community and/or organization that provides a Telephone Reassurance program and would like to be listed here (its free!), please contact us.
If your community does not already have a Telephone Reassurance program, DSC offers individuals the ability to subscribe to our call reassurance program. You can register online for free and DSC offers a limited trial period for only $5. There is no obligation to pay until you activate your account.
To register online, click on the image or button to the right.
Our online enrollment is easy to use and manage, and it provides the senior with flexible calling schedules, custom messages and greetings, as well as multiple emergency contacts in the event of no response by the subscriber.
Minnesota Automated Phone Reassurance Providers
The following organizations provide Telecare programs for the elderly within their Minnesota communities. These programs are both automated or volunteer based community services.
- Anoka Police Department - City of Anoka, Minnesota (763) 576-2800
- Roseville Police Department - The City of Roseville, Minnesota (651) 484-1700
State Of Minnesota "Potential" Funding Resources
The following private and public groups are potential providers of funding for phone reassurance programs in Minnesota communities.
To obtain current information about specific Minnesota agencies and foundations that provide funding for telephone reassurance programs, please contact the respective grant provider listed below..
Note: DSC obtained the following names of foundations from public records. There is no assurance that these foundations provide funding for your specific telephone reassurance program or community notification system.
This information is provided to help you research funding for your project using community grants.
The McKnight Foundation
Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation
Kopp Family Foundation
The Blandin Foundation
Central Minnesota Community Foundation
The Minneapolis Foundation
The Andreas Foundation
The Saint Paul Foundation, Inc.
Northwest Area Foundation
RBC Dain Rauscher Foundation
General Mills Foundation
Star Tribune Foundation
Otto Bremer Foundation
The Pillsbury Company Foundation
U.S. Bancorp Foundation, Inc.
Minnesota Community Foundation
The Medtronic Foundation
The McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience
Best Buy Children's Foundation
I. A. O'Shaughnessy Foundation, Inc.
The St. Paul Companies, Inc. Foundation
Wells Family Foundation Trust
The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation
The Curtis L. Carlson Foundation
Mary Livingston Griggs and Mary Griggs Burke Foundation
Xcel Energy Foundation
Hiawatha Education Foundation
Carl and Verna Schmidt Foundation
F. R. Bigelow Foundation
The Cargill Foundation
Hugh J. Andersen Foundation
Bayport Foundation, Inc.
Charles and Ellora Alliss Educational Foundation
Marshall H. and Nellie Alworth Memorial Fund
Deluxe Corporation Foundation
Contact DSC to learn more about our CARE (Call Reassurance) telephone reassurance program and RUOK® replacement system.
"Are You OK?"® and RUOK® are registered names of Bruce L Johnson (Individual). For a comparison with our CARE system, please visit our RUOK® vs CARE web page.