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Community Care Options

Community Care Options

Who Can Receive Community Care Options Services?

Community Care Options serves Calhoun County residents who are 60 years of age or older and need some help with the responsibilities of keeping their home clean and safe.

Homemaking, meal preparation, limited errands, and other supports are available for seniors with household incomes at or below 250% of poverty. Care assessment, care planning, home safety assessments and referral to community services and problem solving are offered regardless of income.

To learn more about the program, call Senior Health Partners. 269.441.0948
Our friendly staff will complete a short intake to determine the next steps and answer your questions.

Community Care Options provides:

  • Care Assessment and Planning
  • Home Safety Assessments
  • Referral and linkage to community resources
  • Light in-home services including homemaking assistance, meal preparation, non-medical personal support and limited errands
  • Medication set-up
  • Advance Care Planning documents

For More Information, Call:

Community Care Options

Community Care Options is one of many programs available from Senior Health Partners to help older adults remain active and engaged in the life of the community.
Join us for:

  • Senior Fit & Fun Exercise
  • Tai Chi for Arthritis
  • Walk with Ease
  • Family Caregiver Resources
  • Resources for Persons with Parkinson’s Disease
  • Diabetic Education
  • Support Groups
  • Fall Prevention Workshops
  • Mind Aerobics
  • Health Rhythms Drumming
  • Dementia/Memory Loss Resources
  • Health Education
  • Advance Care Planning
  • Information & Referral

For More Information, Call:
269. 441.0948

Community Care Options