Due to the growing concerns of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, LifeStream Services is taking the necessary precautions to avoid the spreading of the virus and working to put the health and safety of their partners, employees, clients, and community at the highest priority.
Beginning Monday, August 2, the LifeStream offices in Yorktown, Pendleton, and Richmond are open to the public.
With the Division of Aging approval, all in-home client visits are now being done via the phone. Care Managers and Options Counselors will be doing visits and check-ins with their clients on the phone.
Café Sites and Home-Delivered Meals
Beginning August 2, LifeStream Cafe sites are now open for lunch. Lunch is provided on a donation basis to those 60 years of age and older and their spouse. Those under the age of 60 can enjoy lunch for a small fee. Cafe sites are adhering to CDC guidelines and will operate with the health and safety of attendees as the top priority.
Home delivered meals are still being delivered. Those over the age of 60 who are in need of food assistance can call LifeStream to sign up for home delivered meals.
LifeStream has developed several virtual programs to help ease social isolation and keep the community engaged. Please visit LifeStream Virtual Opportunities for a complete list of our offerings.
LifeStream Services will release updates as received. Those with questions or concerns may call 800-589-1121 or visit www.lifestreaminc.org
State of Indiana Vaccine Information
Hoosiers over the age of 60 are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. View the Indiana Department of Health’s informational flyer here. Learn more and register at ourshot.in.gov or call 2-1-1.