- Social Services
Generations of Indian Valley is currently closed. We will be closed through at least Thursday, April 30, 2020 in order to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Please click the COVID-19 Emergency Updates button below for information about our Meals on Wheels deliveries. Due to the Governor's most recent Stay at Home order, and effective 3/24/2020, we will no longer be offering a drive-through take-out meal program.COVID-19 Emergency Updates
Caregiver Support Group
2nd Tuesday of each month, 11:00am-12:00pm
Join Stephanie Yocum, Support Group Facilitator, for a free support group aimed at providing emotional, educational and social support for family and friends of individuals with Alzheimer's disease and other related dementias. This group is also appropriate for caregivers of adults who suffer from parkinson's disease, stroke or other debilitating illnesses. Free, on-site respite care is available at Catholic Health Services Adult Day Center. Pre-registration is required for respite care. For questions or registration, contact Stephnaie Yocum: 267-219-7986. This support group is approved by Alzheimer's Association.
Adult Day Center
Catholic Health Services operates an adult day center located directly across the parking lot from Generations of Indian Valley. Adult Day Care Centers can help provide care and companionship for adults who need assistance or supervision during the day. The Souderton Adult Day Center offers full and half day programs. For more information, call 267-219-7986 or click here.
Generations is a non-perishable food collection site for Keystone Opportunity Center. Place your donations in the baskets located near our front and rear entrances. They are delivered regularly to K.O.C. to help struggling families and individuals make ends meet. We are so grateful for your donations but unfortunately cannot accept food that is expired. Check the date before you donate.
Generations receives donations from both Giant Bakery and Wawa. Occasionally, local farms also donate excess crops. Our participants are welcome to utilize these donations. Check the tables in the back of the community room.
With SHARE (Self Help And Resource Exchange) you can buy food packages worth $35-$40 in exchange for only two hours of community volunteer service and $20. SHARE is open to all without financial restrictions. For more information, sign-up forms, and menus, check outside the Social Services office or call 215-723-1930. To place a SHARE order through Generations, please order by the dates listed in our current newsletter/calendar. Generations is not responsible for any orders placed directly to SHARE.
Social Service Resources
Our local & regional United Ways have an extensive database of social services available in the region. Anyone can access this information by dialing 211 and talking with a live operator or by logging on to the system through the internet at www.211sepa.org.