What is Transitions?

Transitions is a community service program that offers volunteers to provide assistance, companionship, and other free services to the elderly and seriously ill.

Since 2005, the Transitions program has helped our community members stay as independent as possible by offering extra support and connection to many of community resources available. Our goal is to give people a helping hand when they need it. Transitions is a free service.

What services does Transitions provide?

Transitions services are provided by our Transitions Coordinator and Volunteers. Every client has a Case Manager to help match your needs to available volunteers.

We can help with...

  • Visitation and Companionship
  • Transportation
  • Assistance with writing and reading correspondence
  • Running Errands
  • Food preparation
  • Respite "breaks" for the family or caregiver
  • Referrals to community resources

Is Transitions right for me?

If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with a serious or life-limiting illness and would benefit from support and assistance, please contact us at 577-4832.

"I hope that you know how important and vital your service is to the community.
Without you, the volunteers, and your great ideas, my Mom wouldn't be able to live independently. Thank you."
-Shawn Young