February 16, 2017

Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program

Losing the ability to drive can be very detrimental to senior citizens, especially if they want to remain in their homes, but some programs are trying to help.
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Losing the ability to drive can be very detrimental to senior citizens, especially if they want to remain in their homes, but some programs are trying to help. In Tucson’s foothills, Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program (SNAP) is using a team of volunteers to take seniors to doctor appointments, the store and other essential errands.

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