Lake County Lifeline

Health Service Programs

Nutrition Program

The goal of this program is to help our consumers eat healthier. This program will allow Lifeline’s program participants to attend up to three nutrition classes offered at Lifeline throughout the summer and fall as part of the Achieve Wellness Initiative in Lake County. A variety of topics will be offered on a rotating basis. After successfully completing a class, participants will receive a $10 voucher redeemable at the Painesville Farmer’s Market for fresh fruits and vegetables. Participants must register for all classes they plan to attend. Applicants must live in Lake County and meet program income eligibility.

Medicaid Expansion Enrollment Assistance

Lifeline’s Health Services Coordinator is able to assist clients, who are now eligible for Medicaid insurance due to the recent expansion of guidelines, in completing the online application for coverage. Clients should contact our office to schedule an appointment and request a list of required documentation.

Prescription Assistance Program

    Lifeline can help customers obtain necessary prescription medication once per year.  Customers can receive up to $200 worth of medicine with new or refill prescriptions.

Patient Assistance Program

    Customers who require maintenance medication can be assisted through our Patient Assistance Program.  A case manager can review customer’s medications and research appropriate assistance programs offered through the pharmaceutical companies where patients may receive their medication for free or reduced cost. Most programs have income guidelines and assist uninsured patients only.

Diabetes Assistance Program

    Customers can receive diabetes supplies or a starter kit that includes a glucose meter, test strips, lancets, alcohol swabs and glucose tablets.  Syringes are also available if required.  Customers will receive proper instruction from the pharmacists on how to use and maintain the meter.  In addition, customers may be referred to the Lake Health Diabetes Care Center for diabetes education classes. 


Energy Assistance Office
Address: 54 S.  State Street #303, Painesville, OH 44077
Hours of Operation:  M-W-F 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM ~ T-TH 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Phone:  440-350-9160  Fax:  440-350-9166
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Community Services Office
54 S. State Street #309, Painesville, OH 44077
Hours of operation:  M-F  8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Phone: 440-354-2148  Fax: 440-354-2897
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