Changing the Experience of Aging in Our Community


A Little About Us

Saluda Living in Place (SLIP) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to change the experience of aging through access to services, education, social activities and community involvement. 

Those interested in learning more about SLIP may request to be added to the organization’s mailing list by emailing

Saluda Commissioners Honor SLIP Proclaiming February 15, 2022, as National Village Day

The Saluda Board of Commissioners joined the U.S. House of Representatives in proclaiming Tuesday, February 15, 2022, as National Village Day. Their proclamation honors Saluda Living in Place (SLIP) for the services it provides and the 300 other community-based organizations, commonly known as Villages. These organizations make aging in place a viable alternative for older citizens in communities across the U.S. The day celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Village movement, which began in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston in 2002. Mayor Tangie Morgan presented the proclamation to Lynn Cass, SLIP’s Chairperson.

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