Comprehensive Support Services and Programs

William N. Pennington Life Center is a nonprofit  catering to the seniors and community members in Fallon, Nevada and its surrounding areas. Our Nevada Care Connection Resource Center provide services to senior citizens who are age 60 and above, as well as to individuals with disabilities, their family, friends and caregivers.

Meal Program

This is an opportunity to bring people together from all over the area to socialize, enjoy a hot, delicious, nutritious lunch, sharing in the daily news and weekly activities and events, and enjoying each other’s company. Everyone is welcome to eat with us. If you are over 60, we ask for a suggested $3.00 donation and if you are under 60, your cost is $6.00.

Lunch is served Monday through Friday. Soup is served at 11:00 AM and lunch at 11:30 AM until 12:30 PM.

Volunteers are a vital part of the operations, providing help in all areas of the center. Contact us if you want to become one of our volunteers.

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Meals on Wheels

The Meals on Wheels program is more than just a meal delivered each day to those who are unable to come to lunch at the center for health or mobility reasons. It also involves daily checks to support their independence, which allows them to stay in their own home and avoid early institutionalization. 

Homemaker Services

Homemakers are available to provide basic housekeeping services. We also offer grocery shopping, prescription pickup, and transportation services to medical appointments for persons age 60 and over who are unable to perform daily activities and qualify under grant standards.

Nevada Care Connection Resource Center

The Nevada Care Connection Resource Center (previously ADRC (Aging Disability Resource Center) is located in our building, providing resources to individuals over 60, those with disabilities under 60, and anyone planning for future long-term care needs.

The services provided are assistance with Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and any needs regarding long-term care, options counseling, and other resources available to suit their situation.

Our Resource Specialist helps consumers become aware of their choices, empowers them to make informed decisions, and facilitates easy access to public and private long-term support and services.

In addition to the assessment process, seniors are assisted with developing a plan for services as well as identifying and assisting with access and applications for caregiver support, advocacy and assistance, housing, personal care services, transportation, independent living services, health and medical needs, future planning, employment, recreation, and many more.

Call and make an appointment to meet with the Resource Specialist.

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