Council on aging releases list of resources
HANCOCK COUNTY — One out of three Americans age 65 and older is economically insecure and lacking resources to meet basic food, housing and medical needs, according to the Central Indiana Council on Aging.
Millions of qualified seniors are not yet enrolled in programs that could help pay for prescription drugs, Medicare, food, heat for their homes and more.
The council recently released a list of low-cost services for senior citizens in the Hancock County area.
These agencies provide help and contacts for various discounted or free senior services:
CICOA Aging In-Home-Solutions, 4755 Kingsway Drive, Suite 200, Indianapolis, 800-432-2422.
Life Stream Services Inc., 1701 Pilgrim Blvd., Yorktown, 800-589-1121.
BenefitsCheckUp.org: Seniors may complete this form online to generate a report detailing possible benefits they are eligible to receive.