Iowa tribe of kansas and nebraska

Senior Citizens Program

Senior Citizens Program

The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska Title VI Administration on Aging Program, also known as the nutrition and caregiver program, provides services to tribal members aged 55 and over living within the boundaries of the reservation or very near to it. The nutrition program includes home-delivered and congregate meals that are prepared through the Meal Site located on the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska reservation. The congregate meals are served during the noon hour Monday thru Friday at the multi purpose building that houses the police station and Native American Family Services. Home­-delivered meals are delivered to persons in poorer health. In order to receive home­-delivered meals, seniors need to be present for congregate meals two times a week unless health ailments interfere. Other services that are provided include information/referral, outreach, transportation, homemaker, chore, telephoning, and visiting. The caregiver program provides a temporary period of relief or rest for caregiver of a frail elder. It can be in the form of in home respite care, adult day care respite, or respite for an overnight stay on an intermittent, occasional, or emergency basis. This will provide a break for the caregiver to offer relief from the stress and demand of constant care. We also have a Lending Closet with medical equipment to be used on a loan basis.

The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska Title VI Administration on Aging Program, also known as the Nutrition and Caregiver Program, provides services to tribal members aged 55 and over living within the reservation’s boundaries or very near to it. The program includes congregate and home-delivered meals prepared through the Meal Site located on the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska reservation. The congregate meals are served during the noon hour Monday thru Friday at the multi-purpose building that houses the police station and Native American Family Services. Home­-delivered meals are delivered to persons in poorer health. To receive home­-delivered meals, seniors need to be present for congregate meals two times a week unless health ailments interfere. Other services provided include information/referral, outreach, transportation, homemaking, chores, telephoning, and visiting. The caregiver program offers a temporary period of relief or rest for the caregiver of a frail elder. It can be in the form of in-home respite care, adult day care respite, or respite for an overnight stay on an intermittent, occasional, or emergency basis. The caregiver program provides a break for the caregiver to relieve the stress and demand of constant care. We also have a Lending Closet with medical equipment to be used on a loan basis.

Contact Information

Tony Haws

Meal Site Director

3313 Thrasher Rd.
White Cloud, KS 66094
785-595-3501
mealsite@iowas.org

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📍: Kickapoo Social Services, 824 111th Dr., Horton KS 66439

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📞: 785.966.8331
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Kickapoo Social Services and Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Vocational Rehabilitation are hosting a Career Readiness event. Stop by to learn about services and pick up a kit, while supplies last! Please share with your friends and family!

📍: Kickapoo Social Services, 824 111th Dr., Horton KS 66439

Questions?
📧: vocrehab1@pbpnation.org
📞: 785.966.8331

Attention enrolled members of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska: YOU ARE INVITED to an event at the Ogden Building on Wednesday, February 28th.

We recognize that most peoples' schedules do not allow for a midday event - if you cannot attend and would like to ensure your voice is otherwise heard on this matter, please email Olivia Brien at obrien@iowas.org.
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Attention enrolled members of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska: YOU ARE INVITED to an event at the Ogden Building on Wednesday, February 28th.

We recognize that most peoples schedules do not allow for a midday event - if you cannot attend and would like to ensure your voice is otherwise heard on this matter, please email Olivia Brien at obrien@iowas.org.
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