Senior Lifeline Program
The Las Vegas Senior Lifeline better equips low-income, frail older adults (age 60+) to live independently in their own homes, maintain a high quality of life and reduce unnecessary institutionalization.
This is accomplished through an extensive network of agency-provided services and connections with community resources.
Las Vegas Senior Lifeline (LVSL) is a non-denominational program established in 2004.
All LVSL clients receive Case Management Services. An individual service plan is developed and monitored to ensure that health and social service needs are met through a combination of LVSL and community resources. Clients regularly meet with their case manager to conduct “in-home” and telephone assessments to maintain services.
Assistance with light housekeeping.
Provided through a combination of on-demand transportation, taxi vouchers and ADA-accessible buses.
Co-payment for medications and doctor visits along with assistance for supplies such as lancets, syringes or glucose testing strips, incontinence supplies, post-surgery supplies, and other medically necessary equipment not paid by Medicare (limited amount per client, per year).
Including emergency financial assistance, food pantry, food vouchers, food stamps, Medicare/Medicaid and other medical resources,