LifeStream Services

About Our Organization
LifeStream Services is the Aging and Disability Resource Center for East Central Indiana. We provide services and programs to help seniors and people with disabilities remain independent. We also support caregivers who need help maintaining the health, dignity and independence of their loved ones. From meal delivery and in-home care to transportation and caregiver support, LifeStream is a lifeline for those who need help. Founded in 1975, LifeStream is a non-profit Area Agency on Aging that serves individuals in Blackford, Delaware, Fayette, Franklin, Grant, Henry, Jay, Madison, Randolph, Rush, Union, and Wayne counties in Indiana.

765-759-1121 | 800-589-1121
Transportation, 888-589-1121

Monday–Friday, 8AM–5PM



LifeStream provides the right information, resources and support for improving quality of life and maintaining independence for older adults and those with disabilities.


In the region we serve, individuals are living lives of quality, choice and independence.


LifeStream Services, a nationally accredited, award-winning non-profit, provides a variety of programs and services such as care management, information and assistance, wellness programs, senior meals, guardianship services, transportation, and many more services designed to keep seniors, people with disabilities, and others at risk independent in their homes and communities.

Core Values


Above all else, we treat any individual – regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability – as they wish to be treated; with a focus on representing the community we serve and seeking out diversity in all forms.


We provide person centered services that enable us to create genuine connections with those we serve.


We bring people, organizations and resources together to close gaps and meet needs.


We consistently deliver high impact services to maximize our impact on the community, staff, payers, and the bottom line through innovation, compliance, performance and quality.

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