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COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE FOR LCCS

At Lake County Community Services, our priorities are the health and well-being of our employees, clients, and partners as we navigate through this pandemic.  LCCS is continuing to provide needed transportation services to those in our service area.   

LCCS is no longer serving any Energy Assistance Program (EAP) clients face-to-face; however, please visit the Energy Assistance Program page for updated details on how to apply for the program.  

Our Congregate Meal program continues to be suspended at this time.  We will provide updated information on re-opening for mid to late-November 2020. 

Should you have any questions you may contact us phone at (219) 663-0627 or email at slccs@slccs.com.

Thank you for your understanding of these decisions.

Rick Niemeyer, President LCCS Board of Directors

Blossom B. Mabon, Executive Director

Improving Quality of Life One Trip, Meal or Payment at a Time!

Many seniors, people with disabilities and income challenged families are able to be self-sufficient, when we as a community, provide programs for transportation, meals and assistance with energy bills. Our services are made possible by government, state and local funding.

We are able to give you a ride within Lake and Porter Counties, if you live in one of the following Lake County Indiana Townships: Cedar Creek, Center, Eagle Creek, Hanover, Hobart, Ross, Saint John, West Creek or Winfield or the city of Griffith. Call (219) 663-3869

It’s not just about the meal, for many it’s about the fellowship. If you are 60 and older and live in Jasper, Lake, Newton, Pulaski or Starke County join us for lunch and stay for some fun! Call (219) 663-0627

You have to have electricity in order to warm your home in the winter and cool it in the summer or to feed your family! You may be eligible for the Energy Assistance Program. Please visit the Energy Assistance Program Page for program details or call us at (219) 663-0627!

Sponsored by

Legacy Foundation, Lake County's Community Foundation

Leadership

Senator Rick Niemeyer, Board President
Blossom B. Mabon, MBA, Executive Director