They help seniors 60 and older across the Valley.
The mission is to help them live independently in their own homes.
Now the Faithlink program is making a move, offering the same great services to seniors, just in a new location on Rosemar Road.
Director Karyl Krulicki says they look forward to doing what they always do, just in different surroundings.
“Many seniors are isolated and may not have peers or friends in the community, they may not have the support of a church family, so Faithlink helps them,” she says.
According to Krulicki, that includes transportation to medical appointments, companionship, visitation, reassurance calls and grocery shopping.
They are really blessed to be able to help seniors keep their dignity and independence.
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