What We Do
Loneliness is a quiet health epidemic, impacting your heart, brain, soul and very life; 40% of the Lexington community have experienced persistent loneliness suggest organizations devoted to the elderly (i.e. AARP) Similar to pain, it is a subjective symptom, not an observable sign. However, we can identify groups who are at risk for loneliness: the recently bereaved, the socially isolated, the severely disabled, and the elderly who have suffered multiple losses.
There is no magic cure, or pill, although many who experience loneliness wish so. The only intervention known to help is having a quality relationship with at least one other person.
Our non-profit, A Caring Place, is extending the hand of friendship to referred participants through phone calls, home visits, and group socialization.
.An Interfaith Based Non-Profit, organized to reach out to those who may need a friend. "Blessed are the Poor in Spirit". Although we are not a church group, and seek no conversions, we do offer prayer to those who request, and are attentive to the spiritual component of helping another finding meaning in life.
In addition, we provide warm lunches through Rosie's Catering Service, to those who meet specific criteria, being mindful of nutritional needs, and satiety.
We do minor errands, for adult diapers, scripts, or personal hygiene items. NOTE: This service is restricted during the Pandemic.
Testimonials from our participants indicate we are meeting needs of making the unloved feel loved, the unwanted feel wanted, and the abandoned feel a part of relationship again.
We are always looking to add passionate, dedicated individuals to our team. If you are interested in volunteering with our clientele, or being active on the marketing or programming team, or simply willing to support our efforts, then we have a place reserved for you.
Please see our Contact Page, or write us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you might have.