AARP Foundation Senior Community Service Employment Program- Flint Project Site Office
A cornerstone of the AARP Foundation WorkSearch program, the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a work training program for persons 55 and over who meet residency and income requirements. The program is authorized under Title V of the Older Americans Act and funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, and administered through the AARP Foundation an affiliated 501(c)(3) nonpartisan charitable organization of AARP, established in 1961. AARP Foundation SCSEP operates nearly 75 project offices in 22 states and Puerto Rico.
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Poverty Isn't Part of the American Dream But for a startling number of older Americans, it's a fact of life. Today, one in four adults 55 and older has trouble meeting one or more of their basic needs. Almost 9 million older Americans have yearly income below the poverty line ($10,830), face heartbreaking choices. Do they fill their prescriptions or fill their refrigerators? Pay the mortgage or heat their home? AARP Foundation is here to ensure that vulnerable, older Americans have the resources they need and the opportunities they deserve through community programs and services. At a time of record unemployment and hardship among the elderly poor, the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is the only program in the U.S. that provides community services and work-based training to low-income, unemployed older Americans age 55+. (In fact, 83 percent are 60+, and 27 percent are 70+.)
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