Information • Referral
Free, friendly conversation about community resources and services available to those age 60 and over.
Family Caregiver Program
If you are caring for an elderly family member, we can connect you with a wide range of support services.
Personal Emergency Response Service
This service provides a 24-hour monitored medical communications alert system.
Protective Services investigates allegations of abuse or neglect of any kind, to keep elders safe from harm.
Home Health Services
Persons aged 60 and older may obtain skilled nursing, home health care and physical therapy in the home.
Ombudsman Advocacy Services
Ombudsmen visit care facilities to talk to and support residents, and ensure proper care.
Adult Day Programs
An alternative to institutional care, this program offers health supervision, restorative services and socialization.
This service provides elders with assistance with heavy household chores and home maintenance tasks
Options for turning points in aging, such as hospital discharges, nursing home vs. at-home care, and more.
Family caregivers sometimes need a break, even with effective supports and services. Respite services offer a breather.
Representative Payee Services
This program serves elders who are no longer able to manage their own financial affairs.
Bill Payer Services
Participants who utilize this service are capable of making decisions about their own financial affairs, yet may need assistance.
Personal Care & Homemaker Services
Our Personal Care Program enables qualified adults over 60 to receive help at home.
Home Delivered Meals
Monday through Friday, a friendly delivery person brings elders a hot, healthy noontime meal prepared in our own kitchens.
Local Dining Centers
Elders can have a hot meal during the week, in the company of others, at one of our local dining centers.
An ADRC provides streamlined access to services for elders and people with disabilities.