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Essential Services Will Continue

March 27, 2020 / Luann Olson / All News

Updated March 27, 2020

Interfaith is continuing to provide essential services to Polk County seniors and adults with disabilities. 

 Medical & Priority Appointments for healthy clients: ICPC is coordinating volunteer rides for essential medical, banking, and priority appointments. Clients are asked to sit in the back seat. If a driver cannot be found, the client will be notified that their ride will be cancelled. 

Grocery Delivery: Volunteers are available to grocery shop for clients and deliver food pantry stock boxes to those in need of food. If possible, call the store, place your order ahead of time, and pay with your credit card. 

Errands: Volunteers can run essential errands while keeping a safe distance.

Phone Calls to Seniors: We are calling our clients to ensure they have what they need, and prevent social isolation.

While our Milltown office is closed to the public, our staff is working hard. Call (715) 825-9500 if you, or someone you know needs help.

Our neighbors depend on our services to stay healthy, happy and home. Thank you for your ongoing support of Interfaith Caregivers of Polk County.