Area IV serves eight counties in Indiana with dozens of helpful, educational, and fun programs. Many of our activities and programs are specialized to serve the needs of a specific county. Below you will find the programs for Tippecanoe County.
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Affordable Housing Development
Through the Area IV Development Corporation, community economic development and affordable housing projects are provided that benefit low to moderate income persons, older adults (age 55 +), physically and mentally disabled persons, homeless persons and special needs populations who reside in mid-northwestern Indiana. We are committed to seek out and provide housing that improves the local economy and overall quality of life for our target populations.
Care Coordination Across Generations
Sara Moore, Area IV’s Care Coordinator Across Generations, is available to help you through the sometimes overwhelming process of finding and coordinating resources for the aging person.
Chronic Disease Self Management Program
The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) was developed by scholars and physicians at Stanford University’s Patient Education Research Center and Kaiser Permanente in 1996. The program is currently offered in all 50 United States, 19 foreign counties, and is available in 17 languages.
All Community Transportation programs are open to public based on available seating, and are wheelchair accessible. They are all-volunteer public transportation programs and can be used for all kind of personal business as often as needed. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There are even some prescheduled trips!
This is a donation-based program. Your generous donation will go towards the gas costs plus help pay for a new vehicle when it is time to replace the existing one.
Click the link below to find out which programs operate in your area
See the Community Transportation FAQ
Congregate Meal Site Listing
Area IV provides nutrition services to many counties. This table shows each county's contact centers and hours of operation. Click below to find out which centers are closest to you.
See the full list or download the PDF.
Congregate Meal Sites per County
Congregate sites are located at Senior Centers and other community sites in our eight-county area. Theses offer a hot mid-day meal during weekdays to any person over age 60. There is no cost as this is a Title III program, although participants are encouraged to donate what they can. The philosophy is based on the Older Americans Act which intends to improve the nutrition and health of older adults.
Click your county below to find the congregate sites near you.
Energy Assistance Program
The Energy Assistance Program provides financial assistance to low-income households to maintain utility services during the winter heating season. The assistance is available to households one time during the heating season.
The EnhanceFitness Program was designed specifically with older participants in mind. It is intended to promote a healthy, social lifestyle among mature adults. The exercises focus on the most important health aspects for mature adults such as balance and low-impact exercises.
Equipment Loan Program
Wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc. available for borrowing at no cost to client. Availability is dependent on donations received (donations are accepted).
Family Caregiver Program
Are you providing care and assistance for a spouse, relative, friend or grandchild (or other relative child)? Do you have questions or problems for which you need information? Are you feeling overwhelmed by the responsibilities and wonder if there is help available?
Each June, Area IV hosts nearly 500 individuals aged 55 and over for the Senior Games and its sister event, Golden Games (with area nursing facilities). The Games offer a variety of recreational events, and there is something for everyone.
Avoiding Foreclosure #5
Understand foreclosure prevention options. Valuable information about foreclosure prevention (also called loss mitigation) options can be found on the internet at HUD's "Tips for Avoiding Foreclosure".
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The 27th Annual SENIOR GAMES will be held June 10-14, 2013 for seniors age 55+ living in Area IV-served counties. The deadline to register is June 3rd. See Activities/Wellness on this website for the registration form -- due by June 3rd.
Wacky Wednesdays at the Movies for Seniors will show "The Vow" on June 12. Breakfast snack at 9 a.m. and movie starts at 9:30 a.m. Bring a friend and enjoy the Fellowship & Fun!
People who live in Carroll, Clinton, Tippecanoe, or White Counties and are buying a house can take a Homebuyer Class, offered year-round, to help them learn the steps involved in purchasing a home.