Wabash Center relaunches guardianship program

The Wabash Center needs volunteers for its adult guardianship program. (WLFI Photo)
The Wabash Center needs volunteers for its adult guardianship program. (WLFI Photo)

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – The Wabash Center is relaunching the Tippecanoe Adult Guardianship Services program.

Discontinued in 2010, the program has found new life after receiving a grant from the Indiana Supreme Court.

Wabash Center wants to recruit and train 30 volunteers to serve as court-appointed guardians for ill or at-risk incapacitated adults in Tippecanoe County.

Training to become a volunteer will begin in early April and is a five week program that will meet twice a week.

For more information about the program or how to register, click here.

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