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Adult Caregiver Respite Program


Free respite service for those who care fulltime for an adult 25 years or older in their home.  Caregivers can take time for themselves to do what they want to do!  2-4 hours a week, I-weekly or monthly.  Selfcare is a necessity for those who care for others!


Respite volunteers offer quality

companionship to care recipients; no personal care involved.


Background checks on volunteers before placement in home.


In-Home Visitation Program


In-home visitation is a free service that provides friendship and companionship for older adults who are socially isolated, who may be lonely or just want good conversation.  


In-home visitation is reassurance for out of town caregivers who care for distant parents or loved ones.


In-home volunteers brighten someone’s day by bringing some friendship and fun into their life. Visits may be weekly, bi-weekly or monthly.


Background checks on volunteers before placement in home.


GAP 

(Grocery Assistance-shopping Program)

GAP is a free service that helps

disabled adults of any age and

individuals 60 and older who may have difficulty getting groceries from the store to the kitchen. Participation may be short term (temporary illness or recuperation) or long term.


GAP volunteers grocery shop to help individuals eat healthy, maintain their independence, and remain in their home.


Volunteers also provide social interaction.


Background checks on volunteers before placement in home.


Phone a Friend Program

Calls are made to seniors who may be homebound, living alone, or disabled. Other older adults may have health concerns and want someone to check in on them. Many seniors do not have friends or relatives living in their area. They miss out on regular conversations that many of us might take for granted. Lacking frequent contact with others can lead to deeper issues such as loneliness, depression, and malnutrition. 


Volunteers provide friendly phone calls and check-ins to socially isolated older adults or those in danger of isolation. Simple phone calls and warm conversations can mean the world to seniors who do not get regular contact with others.