WestMass ElderCare’s Money Management Program is a free, in-home service that assists low-income elders and persons with disabilities with paying bills, writing checks, budgeting and balancing their checkbook. The program does not advise on investments or other financial matters, nor does it provide banking services. The goal is to facilitate the consumer’s continued at-home, independent lifestyle.
Both our Bill Payer Service and Representative Payee Service are provided free of charge.
Volunteers are CORI checked, interviewed, must provide 3 references, and are trained and fully supported by the Money Management Program staff.
A volunteer typically visits 1 or 2 times a month for 1 to 2 hours.
Please see our volunteering page for details on how to become a volunteer.