AUGUSTA — Spectrum Generations seeks volunteers to join its Money Minders program. The program is part of a national program for adults 55 or older, who need help with paying bills on time and making sure their budget can support these bills. Volunteers will meet with consumers once or twice a month for a few hours to assist with this need.

The program is designed to help older adults stay home and independent in their community as long as possible on a limited income.

Each volunteer can have one consumer to work with, or choose to help more than one person. Training and support will be provided with all aspects of the program.

Volunteers are needed throughout the service area of Lincoln, Knox, Waldo, Sagadahoc, Somerset and Kennebec counties, as well as Brunswick and Harpswell.

For more information contact Aryana Davis, Money Minders program coordinator, at [email protected]g or 800-639-1553.

Spectrum Generations is central Maine’s Area Agency on Aging & Aging and Disability Resource Center, providing life-long learning, health, wellness, nutrition, community engagement and the social well-being of all older and disabled adults.