Care Resources

 
 

“I was raised to always take care of my family. I just never dreamed I would have to use Masonic Outreach Services.” For the past five years, Edward* has been at the side of his wife. Better and worse, health and sickness, he has cooked, cleaned, managed the finances, and driven the long hours to […]

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Joe* was just doing his job when the accident happened. He was completing a routine day of police work, out patrolling the streets, when a car slammed into him. The impact left him with kidney damage, and tipped off a series of medical issues. His health eroded with each passing year, until he was forced […]

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At age 89, after living alone comfortably for three decades, Mary* slipped and fell. For three terrifying days, she laid on the floor. She couldn’t get up or even move. She had no family; no one who would worry when they didn’t hear from her. She was helpless. Mary’s husband had passed in 1974. [...]

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When the Masonic Homes Board recognized the increasing demand for memory care, they identified a need to provide targeted care for residents with early-onset memory loss, and for developing new methodologies aimed at slowing dementia. Rather than adapting existing technologies to suit their [...]

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FAQs about Masonic Senior Outreach Services

What is Masonic Senior Outreach Services (MSOS)? MSOS provides free assistance to Masonic family members ages 60+, connecting clients with the services and resources they need to stay healthy and safe at home or in their home community. MSOS is direct relief, one of the oldest forms of Masonic [...]

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FAQs about Masonic Family Outreach Services (MFOS)

What is Masonic Family Outreach Services (MFOS)? MFOS provides free assistance finding services and resources for families struggling with today’s complex issues, such as the needs of a special-needs child, or economic events like job loss or foreclosure. The goal of MFOS is to help fraternal [...]

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On the campus of the Covina Masonic Home, renovations will begin in early 2017 on two of the houses from the former children’s residential program. When the program concluded in 2009, several of the family houses went unused. Under Roadmap 2020, two of these spacious homes are being remodeled [...]

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