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Lookout Village is a non-profit volunteer service program that provides services to its community members.   We currently provide services in Neola, IA and the immediate surrounding area. Membership is available to seniors and persons with long and/or short-term (i.e. surgery, accident) disabilities.  There are multiple membership levels available. Members receive “one call does it all” support and problem-solving.  Services included in a full membership are: 

  • Volunteer Services, some examples include: Transportation, Companionship, Technology Assistance, Light Home Assistance, Yard/Gardening Assistance, Assistance with Cooking, Light Housekeeping, Check-In Service
  • Social Activities
  • A durable medical equipment lending program
  • Referrals to pre-screened service vendors to hire a professional
  • Monthly Newsletters to keep you informed about activities throughout the Village.

Lookout Village is not a real estate development or a retirement community.  Village members receive services from volunteers in their own homes and throughout their community.

Contact Information

306 Front Street
Neola, IA 51559
712-485-5060

Map to Lookout Village

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