FRIENDLY VISITING & TELEPHONING
ESKATON TELEPHONE REASSURANCE PROGRAM
Telephone Reassurance trained volunteers provide friendly check-in calls to older adults who live alone or are isolated and would benefit from regular connection to our friendly network of volunteers.
THE FRIENDSHIP LINE
The Friendship Line reaches out to older adults offering telephone counseling, support, reassurance, crisis intervention, elder abuse prevention, medication reminders, well-being checks, and information and referral. The friendship Line provides support to at-risk seniors, family members and their advocates 24 hours a day, 365 a year. Any person aged 60 years or older, their family members or any others who may be concerned can call.
Y.A.N.A. (YOU ARE NOT ALONE)
This program provides welfare checks by Woodland Police Department Volunteers, on Woodland residents who primarily live alone or are bedridden.
YHAA PHONE FRIENDS
YHAA's Phone Friends is a program aimed at helping seniors stay socially connected, ensuring that older adults have the resources they need during COVID-19 and beyond.