The Office on Aging has teamed up with different agencies to provide the best care possible for the Magic Valley. Below you will see our community partners and the amazing services they offer.
Interlink Volunteer Caregiver
Interlink Volunteer Caregivers (IVC), Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit, located in Twin Falls Idaho. IVC's mission is to provide volunteer transportation (FREE door through door) along with minor home safety modification (wheelchair ramps, handrails & grab bars) services to the elderly, disabled, and chronically ill individuals who reside in the eight Magic Valley counties of Southern Idaho. IVC gives clients "Access to Healthcare" and other essential services while "Giving the Gift of Home" regardless of their lack of financial, transportation, and family resources. IVC provides a safety net for those who don’t qualify for any existing services.
IVC uses a “workforce” of (trained and insured) volunteers who drive their own vehicles to provide transportation to access essential medical care. Our volunteers also provide minor home safety modifications to allow individuals more independence in their own homes along with helping the elderly to maintain a higher quality of life and self-reliance.
Living Independence Network Corporation (LINC)
LINC is a non-profit organization empowering people with disabilities to achieve their desired level of independence. LINC promotes personal growth and freedom of choice through advocacy, networking, public awareness and modification of environments. They provide information and resources on their site.
Over 60 & Getting Fit
*This is a FREE college-accredited program sponsored by the College of Southern Idaho. In partnership with the Office on Aging, Filer, Buhl, Shoshone, ISDB school districts, and the Jerome, Rupert and Hailey Recreation Departments.*
This award-winning program emphasizes walking as low-impact cardiovascular movement, stretching and resistance training in locations throughout the Magic Valley. It is geared to serve older adults with varying levels of functioning abilities during the College of Southern Idaho’s Fall and Spring semesters.
South Central Community Action Partnership
Whether you live in Twin Falls, Burley or a nearby community, you may be wondering what steps you can take to make a difference in the lives of others. South Central Community Action Partnership is a great place to start. We help low income families and individuals in many different ways to make a positive impact on the community. We are always in need of individuals like you to help us with our efforts.
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