Support Care Partners
Your generosity helps seniors in Cook County maintain their independence.
Most of our services are provided by trained volunteers. Clients are asked to share in the cost to help sustain Care Partners services. Cost shares are voluntary, are based on sliding fee guidelines and help cover costs involved in providing the service.
Rides to medical appointments in Duluth and wellness activities & errands in Cook County.
Coaching and support group to reduce stress, gather support & provide better care.
Help with errands, grocery delivery, and occasional household chores to stay safely at home.
Death Doulas provide thoughtful planning and presence to support the whole family.
I am not able to leave my husband for the time it takes to drive to Grand Marais and pick up groceries.Delivery Client
Thank you! Care Partners has given me hope!
- Care Partners News Fall/Winter 2022Support & companionship on the journey of aging and serious illness Community Engagement By Executive Director Julie Wilson I love the rich sense of community found here in Cook County. It is something that many communities strive for—yet seems woven into the fabric of this place and its people—whether native or transplant—wherever you came from—it
- Light Up a Life 2022Care Partner’s annual “Light up a Life” offers community members the opportunity to celebrate the life of a loved one during the holiday season. Each donation lights one bulb in memory of one person on our memory tree, which will be located downtown in front of the Johnson Heritage Post. Donation forms are available at
- CARE COORDINATOR / CAREGIVER CONSULTANT – PTCare Partners of Cook County is hiring! Perhaps you are recently retired or want to take on a very part time position while serving your community? Care Partners of Cook County provides vital support and services to help clients and their families address the transitions of aging, serious illness and end of life with safety,
COVID Community Levels
The CDC’s “COVID-19 Community Level” tool helps communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. Levels can be low, medium, or high and are determined by looking at hospital beds being used, hospital admissions, and the total number of new COVID-19 cases in an area. Take precautions to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 based on the COVID-19 Community Level in your area.
Risk levels as of December 1, 2022:
- Cook County – Medium
- St. Louis County – Medium