Partners and Professionals

Become a Certified Provider

If you are interested in becoming a provider for in-home services through Area IV Agency’s CHOICE and/or Medicaid Waiver programs, please contact Elva James at 765-447-7683 to discuss the requirements and have the contract sent to you for completion.

Completed contracts are to be returned to:

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.

660 N 36th Street

P.O. Box 4727

Lafayette, IN 47903

ATTN: Kristi Morrissey


Become a Sponsor of Area IV Agency

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for Area IV Agency’s Senior Games, please contact Djene Coffman at 765-447-7683.

If you are interested in sponsoring Area IV Agency through advertisements in the Community Resource Guide, FOCUS Newsletter, Annual Open House, and other special events, please contact Shelby Allen at 765-447-7683.


Professional Training Opportunities


CPR Classes

Area IV Agency offers fee-based trainings including:

  • Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use
  • First Aid
  • Blood Borne Pathogens


The cost for trainings is $30 per person.  If you would like to attend a class or your organization is interested in a training, contact Pattie Hall, certified Red Cross instructor, at 765-447-7683 or fill out our contact form.


Many thanks to Subaru Isuzu Foundation for the grant to purchase our own training equipment for training of staff, providers, and others in the community.


Results Oriented Management and Accountability Training


Results Oriented Management and Accountability (ROMA) is a framework that incorporates the use of outcomes/results into the administration, management, operation, and evaluation of human services.

The CSBG Reauthorization Act made ROMA implementation a requirement for agencies to receive federal CSBG funds.

Local Community Action Agencies are encouraged to undertake a number of ROMA implementation actions that focus on results oriented management and accountability.

Julie Hackerd is a Nationally Certified Results Oriented Management and Accountability Trainer.  She has over 25 years of experience working in not-for-profit management, including 20 years working for community action agencies, 10 years with Head Start, and 4 years in workforce development.

ROMA Training Brochure

Please contact Julie Hackerd at 765-447-7683 ext. 297 or to schedule your agency’s ROMA Training.

Staff Training:

Orientation to ROMA

This training is designed to orient community action staff with less than one year of experience to the history of Community Action, the ROMA Cycle, community action planning, logic models, and the Theory of Change.

Length: 2-3 hours

Capacity: 15 participants

*Cost: $300.00 plus $25.00 per hour of travel


Board Training:

This training is designed to inform and support Board Members as they consider their mandate to implement the full ROMA Cycle.

This series of training provides a brief overview of each of the elements of the ROMA Cycle.  It also introduces the National Community Action Theory of Change and local Theory of Change work that are part of “ROMA Next Generation.”

Length: One hour per session

Capacity: 25 participants

*Cost: $300.00 plus $25.00 per hour of travel


  • Introduction to ROMA for Boards (this session is a pre-requisite for all other trainings)
  • Assessment for Boards
  • Local Theory of Change for Boards
  • Planning for Boards
  • Implementation for Boards
  • Reporting for Boards
  • Evaluation/Analysis for Boards

*Training fees will be used by Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc. to benefit the agency and the persons we serve.


Speaker’s Bureau

One of Area IV Agency’s goals is to increase community awareness of services available to help persons who are aging or have disabilities to remain independent. Information may be provided about a variety of topics including:

  • Area IV services
  • Community Resources for people who are aging or disabled
  • Long-term care options and how to pay
  • Dementia Education
  • Wellness and Prevention
  • Medicare

To request a speaker, call Kat Foglesong at 765-447-7683, or fill out our contact form. There is no charge for this service.

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