Crime Victim Services

Our advocates support adults (60+) who are victims of crime as well as provide community education about elder abuse. Services include crisis intervention, court advocacy, transportation to court and EPO/DVO assistance.


Friendly Visitors

Our Friendly Visitor program provides companions to older adults in the Metro Louisville area.


Care Management

This program is a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults and people with disabilities. Our Care Managers provide guidance and support to families, caregivers and older adults living in the community.



TeleCare is for those who want to stay in touch!  TeleCare volunteers call more than 400 people each day – not only to connect with them for safety purposes, but also to provide them with helpful information about community resources.


Senior Center at Oak & Acorn

At the Oak & Acorn Senior Center, older adults receive information and participate in activities that have a positive impact on their health and well-being.


Catch Healthy Habits

CATCH Healthy Habits brings volunteers (age 50+) together with kids in grades K-5 to have fun with exercise and learn good eating habits.



ElderServe’s HomeCare program provides non-medical services for older adults and people with disabilities who want to stay in their own homes but need assistance to continue with their daily activities.


Champion for the Aging Award Luncheon

2015 Award Recipient

Reverend Ron Loughry
Executive Director of the Fern Creek/Highview Ministries

Honorary Chair
Alice Houston, President & CEO of Houston-Johnson, Inc.

We invite you and your organization to support our mission with sponsorship of our 

 Champion for the Aging Awards Luncheon
June 12, 2015
The Galt House Hotel

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Reverend Ron Loughry has been selected as our 2015 Champion for the Aging award recipient. He will be recognized at our annual award luncheon at the Galt House Hotel on June 12, 2015. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Fern Creek/Highview United Ministries and as a minister within the Christian Church Disciples of Christ. In addition to pastoring, Rev. Loughry has worked with older adults for more than 30 years as an advocate, aging services provider and a champion of compassion in the Metro Louisville community.


Alice Houston, president and CEO of Houston-Johnson Inc., a materials management and order fulfillment company in Louisville, will serve as chair at this year’s program. Houston’s long list of volunteer activities demonstrates her commitment to the residents of Louisville. She currently serves on the following boards: Louisville Branch of the Federal Reserve of St. Louis, 55,000 Degrees and 15K Initiative, Simmons College of Kentucky, Louisville Arena Authority, the James Graham Brown Foundation, Transit Authority of River City, Greater Louisville Inc. and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Contact Development Director Lisa Cobb for additional sponsorship information and to reserve tables at or 502.587.8673.







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