I would like to acknowledge Marnice Smith and staff from MSNH for all the wonderful help in doing the work and guideing the family in finding the help needed for my Mother. We as a family were lost in which way to deal with all as to doing the right thing for my Mother. MSNH was so instrumental and knowledgable in the help needed for the best care for Her. They were there for us in inspireing, encourageing, and supporting the family. We applaud MSNH for they did go beyond the call in helping us with such an important matter. We do feel that Mom is being cared for in the best way…………… You have our endorsement MSNH, for you all have been the angels at our side during a very hard time for us. We honor and respect MSNH for all the help given to us. Blessings-Linda Salinas-Thompson
I am a senior living in Palm Desert, CA and my sole source of income is social security. Eight months ago I developed a serious medical condition that needed immediate attention. I had no medical insurance, wouldn’t be eligible for Medicare for another eight months, and was denied Medical because my income was $29 a month higher than their eligibility requirement. I called “Covered California” and was quoted monthly premiums that I couldn’t afford. Then I called Marnice Smith at Meeting Seniors Needs Hotline and she explained several other options that I wasn’t aware of. One of the options that she helped me pursue got me the immediate care I needed, at no cost. Marnice saved my life, what more can I say. She’s knowledgeable, patient, understanding, caring, and most of all dedicated to helping those in need…. Get what they need!
I am 39 years old and I live in Riverside California, I was introduced to Marnice Smith, Founder of Meeting Seniors Needs Hotline (MSNH) through the Riverside County GAIN office. I volunteered for Marnice for little over a year. Marnice is the kind of person that works very hard goes out of her way to make sure that whatever it is that needs to be done gets done. She also goes to senior centers to visit seniors just to see if there’s anything she can do to help or just to talk to the seniors to make them happy and put a smile on there faces. MSNH also likes to throw little parties for the seniors to make them feel young and still appreciated. MSNH also goes out and feed the homeless people especially around the holidays like Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Marnice you are an angel sent from above you have a heart of gold, It’s been an honor and privilege to work with. Miss you all keep up the good work that you do for the seniors and people with disabilities in the community.