How You Can Help Seniors

With the ever-changing news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are working hard to take care of the older adults in our community. However, we can’t do it alone and need your help. Here is a list of ways you can help SCHC implement our emergency response plan:

  • Spread the Word

    We want all of the seniors know that we are here to help them during this time of isolation. We will help any senior in Hamilton County the best we can during this time. Could you check out our Facebook video here and share it? Would you post to your neighborhood pages? Will you text the seniors you know?
    Contact Lisa for more information.

  • Sign up as a Phone Pal

    Would you be interested in calling one of our seniors to check in on them? You will have a set list of questions to discuss and be able to connect with them to help prevent isolation and ensure they have everything they need.

    Any new phone pals will need to fill out a volunteer application, complete a background check and attend a virtual orientation. We ask that any phone pals check in with clients at least once per week. Many of our current volunteers have expressed they spend anywhere from 15-45 mts per call with a client.

    If you are interested, please email Lisa to let us know.

  • Deliver Meals, Food, and Supplies

    If you would like to complete the health screening and volunteer to drop off essential items at the door for a senior, please contact Lisa to learn more and see if you qualify.

  • Create Well Wishes (Great for families!)

    If you and your kids would like to make well wishes, pictures, cards, and letters to bring cheer to our seniors, you can mail them directly to us at:
    1250 Conner Street
    Noblesville, IN 46060

    We will sanitize and mail them out to our seniors to brighten their day!

  • Donate

    While times are challenging and uncertain, we want to provide safety and security as much as possible for our seniors.  Making a donation ensures we can continue to do so no matter what.  We appreciate your support!


Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County provides programs to promote and support independent lifestyles for seniors in Hamilton County. Our vision is to be known throughout Hamilton County as a trusted resource for connecting seniors with beneficial programs to support their independence. Through our programs, seniors have the opportunity to connect with services or to other individuals that will help enrich independent lifestyles.

Do you know someone who needs a friendly visitor or help around their home? Our Community Caring program can match them with a volunteer to meet with them on a regular basis.  Do you know someone who needs help finding resources to age in place safely or transportation assistance? Our Reaching Resources program can link older adults with needed services.  Do you know a senior who would like to meet new friends or connect with others in their life stage? Our Together Today program is the perfect place for older adults to socialize. SCHC is here to help older adults in our community.  We offer several different opportunities and ways to enhance the lives of seniors.  All our assistance and programs are free of charge to anyone 55+ in Hamilton County.

Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County prides itself on working collaboratively with many other organizations who serve older adults in Hamilton County.  If you are looking for an aging resource, please contact us today. We are happy to discuss your or your loved one’s needs to help you navigate aging issues.  If we can’t help you directly, we will be able to connect you with an organization who can.

The Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County is founded on these beliefs:

Support the Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County

Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County is a privately funded non-profit 501(c)3 organization.  Your tax-deductible donation goes directly to SCHC’s programs and services for older adults in Hamilton County.  


Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County  is looking for individuals and groups who are interested in giving back their time and talents to help the older adults in Hamilton County.  Our volunteers help SCHC achieve their mission to promote and support independent lifestyles for the seniors in our community.