Visit with us.
Or just enjoy our comfortable living room.
We are eager to answer your questions and hear your suggestions! Stop by our office hours, or you can submit this form, call us, send us an email, mail us a note, post on our Facebook page, catch us in town, or schedule a time for a chat. We’re in the office Tuesday mornings and Thursday afternoons.
On Tuesdays, there is often Reiki offered by Stephanie Carney. Stephanie offers Reiki free after her yoga class at 10:45am, and the current session runs through February 18th.
Our Hour is on the 2nd Tuesday each month (except for March, on town meeting day).
Generally, the first and fourth Thursdays each month are Happy Feet Clinics (see separate calendar listings, as some months are a bit different, and note that appointments are required).
On 2nd and 4th Thursdays, the Parish Nurses have hours in their dedicated space in the CCL office 1-3pm. There is a lot going on in the office!
Everyone needs help from time to time. We try to make it easy to ask for and to get that help.
One confidential call or meeting with CommunityCare of Lyme opens access to local volunteers and partner organizations who can help you or a loved one. Let’s discuss what you need and when you need it. Sometimes it’s hard to know what would be best, and we’ll work through that with you. We’ll refer you to great, local resources who can give you a hand with:
- Home repair and safety improvements
- Household help
- Gardening and yard care
- Personal care
- Pet care
- Legal and financial management
- Plus a whole range of things one might never have thought of … the list keeps growing!
CCL Office Hours are also a great time to meet to discuss how you can help in the community!
Do you want to meet more Lyme neighbors, help someone out, or work with friends on a community project? Do you want to have fun?
We’ll help you find a volunteer opportunity that matches your interests, skills, and schedule.
Let us know how you’d like to help out – driving Lyme residents to appointments or shopping, helping an elderly neighbor with yard work, providing pet care, pitching on a home or town maintenance project, or offering other types of personal or community assistance. We’ll point you to a community member in need or a partner organization that can provide a fulfilling volunteer experience. And we’ll make sure that the time commitment works for you.
Our leadership team is a group of volunteers from the Lyme community. It includes a board of directors plus ongoing committees (such as Aging in Place), action teams (such as Day of Service and Independence Day), and individual contributors (such as financial experts, data analysts, and web designers).