Social distancing takes its toll. Need support for a senior or a caregiver? Call us at (541) 678-5483.


The COVID-19 pandemic shows us firsthand the difficulty and consequences of isolation, a challenge that many seniors face daily. Isolation poses health risks and increases mortality rates. Learn more about the health risks of isolation here.

Loneliness is another issue exasperated by coronavirus. For our part, we’re connecting with Central Oregon seniors via Meals on Wheels, reassurance calls, music, and giveaways at our Grab & Go lunch drive-throughs, and referrals. But, as a caring society, we must do more.

It only takes a socially distant coffee date, a phone call, a knock on the door, or reaching out to improve the health and life of a senior. We need your help. Consider how you can rally around a senior in your neighborhood.

And, please call us with any questions about helping someone who is feeling isolated at: (541) 678-5483

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