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Klamath Basin Senior Citizens' Center (KBSCC)

Cause Area

  • Health & Medicine
  • People with Disabilities
  • Seniors


2045 Arthur StreetP.O. Box JEKlamath Falls, OR 97602 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Our organization is pleased to be a part of the CMS MedicareRx Volunteer Initiative to help people with Medicare get the assistance they may need to benefit from Medicare's new prescription drug coverage. Organizations and volunteers nationwide have come together in the CMS MedicareRx Volunteer Initiative to help people with Medicare understand their options and make an informed, meaningful decision about their prescription drug plan options. The CMS MedicareRx Volunteer Initiative is sponsored by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Administration on Aging (AoA), and is committed to building an official corps of volunteers who are available to help people with Medicare in communities nationwide understand, choose and join a Medicare prescription drug plan if they choose.


Our organization is providing free, one-on-one assistance to people with Medicare and their families via telephone and face-to-face sessions, public education presentations and other programs. Through the CMS MedicareRx Volunteer Initiative, volunteers at our organization will be given the opportunity to work directly with people with Medicare to help them understand their prescription drug plan options and join a plan that will best suit their prescription drug needs if they choose.


Would you recommend Klamath Basin Senior Citizens' Center (KBSCC)?
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by Sharon F. (February 16, 2011)
Klamath Falls SHIBA is a professionaly run organization that gives valuable information to the older americans that have given so much to our country. There is not enough information available to our 62+ citizens. All of us would do well to spend time with this generation and learn all we can from them. Fortunately I work for a company that believes in giving back to the community and if I can give back in this small way knowing that I have made someones life a little easier just by educating them about their choices then I too can sleep better at night! Sharon Falvey

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