Unpaid caregivers make up the largest source of long-term care services in the U.S.—34 million people or 16 percent of the adult population helps care for an adult 50 or older.
Caregivers can feel alone. We want you to know that you are not alone and we are here to help support you in your role of caring for your loved one. If you are interested in our pastor and church members coming out and sharing communion with yourself and homebound loved one please contact us and let us know.
Sunday mornings it may be difficult to get out and attend church. You can spend time in worship with your loved ones from the comfort of home as we stream our worship service live on our Facebook page.
“Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of Mine, you did it for Me.”
We know you have a lot on your plate, time is tight and you may not be able to sit and find the help and support needed. Below is a list of links filled with many different resources for you the caregiver.
Alzheimer and Dementia Caregiver Center:
Benefits Checkup: This site will help you determine if you or a care recipient are eligible for public benefit programs
Bigger Conversations: Caregiver Wellness Circle
Caregiver Action Network:
Caring From A Distance:
Family Caregiver Alliance:
Hospice Foundation of America:
Lotsa Helping Hands:
National Adult Day Services Association:
National Alliance for Caregiving:
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging:
National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers:
National Center on Elder Abuse:
National Family Caregivers Association:
National Multiple Sclerosis Society:
NeedMeds: A site with information about assistance for paying for prescriptions medication
Parkinson’s disease Foundation:
Patient Advocate Foundation: provides assistance to patients with chronic, debilitating or life-threatening diseases on issues of job retention, medical debt crisis or insurance access. Assistance takes the form of mediation and arbitration services. PAF does not offer financial assistance. If you need help with co-pays, call their Co-Pay Relief Program at 1-866-512-3861. A case manager can also take the patient's details and look for companies that offer help getting the meds that he or she needs. - See more at:
Social Security Administration:
Thriving in the Middle:
Well Spouse Foundation: