We Want to Talk with You!
Community Access Line of the Lakeshore understands the importance of staying connected. For seniors, social isolation and loneliness have been linked to both physical and emotional decline. That’s why we’ve developed our Telephone Reassurance program. Our specially trained staff and volunteers can enrich your or a loved one’s life with a regularly scheduled phone call for a wellness check or just to hear about your day. The program is free and available to anyone homebound, age 60+. Give us a call – we want to talk with you! For additional information or to sign up for the Telephone Reassurance program:
Area served: Muskegon, Oceana, Southwest and Southeast Ottawa counties.
Want to Volunteer? We Want to Hear From You!
Do you enjoy sharing your time, conversation or lending an ear? You’d be a great addition to our Telephone Reassurance program.
As a program volunteer, you’d be providing the needed social connection and friendship to homebound seniors that will help lessen loneliness and isolation.
Volunteer as few as two hours a week and we’ll provide all the training.
To learn more about becoming a Telephone Reassurance program volunteer:
Funding for this service is provided in part through the Older Americans Act, The Aging and Adult Services Agency, and Senior Resources of West Michigan.