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Henderson County, North Carolina


Helping People live Safely and Happily in Their Own Homes



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This purple button takes you to a page that lets you send a secure email to Aging Projects personnel, as well as giving other contact information.
This purple button takes you to a page that lets you send suggestions via a secure email to Aging Projects personnel, as well as giving other contact information. We welcome your suggestions!
This purple button takes you to a page that offers suggested questions to ask providers before hiring them. It also gives contact information for the local Better Business Bureau.
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This orange button takes you to the What Kind of Help Do You Need? page. From there, you can select from 14 categories of help or assistance or information.
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This orange button takes you back to the home page for the Aging Projects, Inc. website. Clicking the Aging Projects, Inc. logo has the same effect.
This pink button takes you to a page with information about Aging Projects, Inc. Included are links to our Events and an alphabetical listing of our service providers as well as background information about us.
This pink button takes you to a page with information about joining Aging Projects, Inc. as a service provider on our website, to make a secure donation to Aging Projects, to volunteer with us, or to start your own project to help people in your area to age safely and happily in their own homes.
This green button takes you to a page with information and materials specifically intended for our service providers. A password is needed to access many of these resources.




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