Long-Term Financial Assistance
The Long-Term Financial Assistance Program assists eligible senior adults who do not have income or assets available to cover the costs of their care needs and living expenses. Individuals may receive assistance whether they reside in their homes, apartments, independent living facilities, or assisted living facilities.
In Fiscal Year 2017, the Masonic Home provided $964,117.07 of long-term financial assistance.
Examples of monthly assistance include:
Help with the cost of assisted and independent living
Quality of life items in a skilled facility
Essential household bills and expenses
Individuals who qualify for long-term financial assistance are senior Missouri Masons, their wives or widows, and Eastern Star ladies in good standing.
Applicants must complete an application to demonstrate a financial need.
Call: 800-434-9804 and speak to a Financial Assistance Caseworker
Mail/Fax: Download the initial application and mail or fax it to us at 573-814-4660.
Or contact us today.
“I’m so proud of my Masonic affiliation and the help I receive. My first husband was a Mason, my second husband was a Mason and that’s the only way I would have it. They were such good men. My sons were in DeMolay and I was in the Order of the Eastern Star. I wish more people knew about the Masonic Home of Missouri and how much help they have given me.”
“I am writing to thank you for the assistance you are giving my mother. As I was thinking of how I could best express my gratitude, I had to conclude that there just are no words which can truly express the immensity of the gratitude I feel. Your help is the most generous, kind, thoughtful gift my family has ever received.”
“You have been a great help to my dad. Our family has many miles between each other, literally and sometimes figuratively too. Our relationship with my father was not the greatest, especially when we were young. Your involvement has opened a door with him that I am not sure he would have opened, if not for necessity. Thank you for everything that you do.”
“The assistance is greatly appreciated and my only disappointment is, because of Norma’s Alzheimer’s, I am not able to tell her in greater detail the help she receives from the Masons. I can assure you that she is grateful and appreciates your help.”
“Just celebrated my 90th birthday. Thank you for everything you do for me. I appreciate it more than I can say.”