The Dial-A-Care program is a free telephone reassurance program for individuals who are homebound, frail elderly, or have a disability. Many of these individuals live alone and have minimal contact with others. Through Dial-A-Care, volunteers telephone these individuals on a daily basis to check on their well-being and safety. In addition, the telephone contact is a friendly voice to share a few minutes of the day.

When a volunteer cannot reach someone, he/she contacts Hope Southern Indiana and an emergency plan of action is activated. We contact the extended family and work with the family until it is determined that the person is well and safe.

The Dial-A-Care program serves Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties in southern Indiana.

Click here for a printable Dial-A-Care brochure.

If for any reason you feel the need for a daily call to check on your safety or if you have a loved one or friend in need of this service, please contact us.

If you would like to volunteer to be a Dial-A-Care caller, which you can do from the comfort of your own home, please contact us.