Lifeline is an easy-to-use personal response service that provides subscribers with quick assistance when needed, 24/7, 365 days a year.
When you need assistance, just press a call button to activate the Lifeline home unit and call the Emergency Response Center. The call will be answered by trained personnel who will summon emergency assistance if needed.
Lifeline enables subscribers to live independently and confidently in their own homes, knowing help will be there at the press of a button.
Currently, Lifeline has over 450 subscribers in seven counties. The Lifeline program was established in Antigo in 1985 by the Community Health Foundation and the Auxiliary.
Call Helen Schultz at 715-623-9422 for more information, including pricing.