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Human Services

Social Services
Senior Citizen Services

1005 Main Street, #111

P.O. Box 508

Panaca, NV 89042
775-962-8084

Toni Acuff
Trina Lytle

 

 

Senior Citizen Services

Senior Citizen Services are available to anyone over the age of 60 years. Services include transportation to doctor appointments, food assistance as needed through the Human Services Office. Meals are provided on week days (excluding holidays) through the Alamo, Caliente and Pioche Senior Centers and the Meals on Wheels program. There may be a smalll cost for these meals.

Transportation to doctor office visits can be accommodated by the Lincoln County Bus. If you are unable to schedule an appointment at your doctor when the bus is available, additional transportation may be obtained by calling the Human Resources office at 775-962-8084.

Senior Centers

There are Senior Centers located in all the major towns. Meals are served at the Alamo, Pioche and Caliente Senior Centers. There is a suggested donation of $3.00 per person over the age of 60 years and $4.00 for people under the age of 60 years. Certified homebound services are also available. Please make reservations one day in advance by calling the Human Services office at 775-726-4477. Meals-on-Wheels is avaiable by calling the Human Services office.

Facility
Telephone Number
Contact Person
Lunch Served
Alamo Senior Center
775-725-5378
Linda Looney 12:30
Monday-Friday
Caliente Senior Center
775-726-3740
Wendy Rounsville 11:30
Monday-Friday
Panaca Senior Center
   
Pioche Senior Center
775-962-5378
Gloria Banta 12:30
Monday-Friday

Respite for caregivers relief is available through the RSVP. If you are a caregiver and need a break, or need to take time for an appointment or shopping, give June Taylor at the RSVP office a call. The telephone number is 775-726-3216.

Americans with Disabilities

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