How to Become a Member
Neighborhood Falmouth is part of a robust national “Village” movement created to help older individuals stay in their own homes by providing needed nonmedical help and services. Studies show that Seniors who are members of villages like Neighborhood Falmouth are happier, healthier, even less likely to take a tumble.
Using a group of friendly and energetic volunteers, Neighborhood Falmouth can drive you to doctors’ appointments, take you or help you with grocery shopping, put your trash out each week, stop by for a visit, and much more. All of our volunteers are interviewed in person and are required to pass a Massachusetts CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) background check.
It's easy to become a member: Falmouth residents age 50 or older who pay a membership fee can join the organization and receive services. The first step is to contact the Neighborhood Falmouth office. There are several easy ways to contact us.
All prospective members are interviewed in person at their homes prior to beginning membership with Neighborhood Falmouth. After you contact us, someone from the Neighborhood Falmouth office will call you to set up a meeting with you in your home. Your first contact with Neighborhood Falmouth most likely will be with Executive Director Susan Loucks. Susan will meet with you in your home to gain a thorough understanding of your individual needs and how best Neighborhood Falmouth can serve you.
There is a membership fee for Neighborhood Falmouth, which covers less than half the costs of managing the organization. The fees are as follows:
There is also a pool of Membership Assistance funds so that no Senior is turned away for lack of funds. At any given time, about 10% of NF members receive membership assistance.
$600 - Annual
$300 - 6 Months
$900 - Annual
$450 - 6 Months