Temporary hours of operation starting June 1st: Tuesdays 9a-8p, Wednesdays 9a-8p, Thursdays 9a-8p and Fridays 9a-5p. All visitors/clients are asked to wear a mask when entering any of LCCC’s buildings. If visitors/clients do not have a mask, one will be provided. Click the button below for full listing of updates and protocols.
If it is not an emergency, please call the office and leave a message 517-545-5944. Mental Health emergencies, call CMH 24/7 line at 800-615-1245. Substance Abuse assistance, contact our Peer Support program at 517-375-1652. All other staff contact e-mails can be found on our Contact Us page.
Click the link for April 19th’s Tips & Resources COVID-19 e-newsletter and follow us on Facebook. Additionally: our Senior Community Liaisons (formerly Resource Advocates) are still providing services to all seniors over the phone (in person only if necessary to obtain signatures/proofs for applications for essential services i.e. health care coverage / food support; delivery of essential items). Much can be done over the phone to assist: low income applications, Medicare info and enrollments, connect to resources, info on Long term Care options, census reporting, Home Heating Tax Credits and Property Tax Credits, prescription assistance and more.
Also of note is that our Volunteer Caregiver program is still operational with staff who are picking up and delivering food boxes from Gleaners and other essential needs, prescriptions, transportation to crucial doctor appointments and more for home-bound seniors. Volunteers continue to provide friendly phone visits.
For any senior in need of assistance, please have them call our office at 517-545-5944 and ask for Jamie or Katie.
Livingston County Community Resources and Agency Service Updates.