Transportation volunteers are coordinated daily by The Center to provide escorted round trip rides for those who don’t drive, can’t use public transportation and have nobody to help with basic needs such as getting to medical appointments, buying groceries or picking up medicines.
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With Caregiver Support, help comes from respite volunteers and from learning about resources in the community. Volunteers provide companionship to care receivers who should not be left alone so caregivers can get needed time off.

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In-Home Connections volunteers offer friendly visiting in the home or on the phone, and help with chores that are essential for health and safety. This makes the difference in staying independent and connected to the community.

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Our Services


Our Services


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Transportation volunteers are coordinated daily by The Center to provide escorted round trip rides for those who don’t drive, can’t use public transportation and have nobody to help with basic needs such as getting to medical appointments, buying groceries or picking up medicines.

Learn More!
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With Caregiver Support, help comes from respite volunteers and from learning about resources in the community. Volunteers provide companionship to care receivers who should not be left alone so caregivers can get needed time off.

Learn More!
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In-Home Connections volunteers offer friendly visiting in the home or on the phone, and help with chores that are essential for health and safety. This makes the difference in staying independent and connected to the community.

Learn More!
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