Wheelchair Ramp Program- Ramp Coordinator- Sara Fenton
The Ramp Program provides elderly and/or disable residents of Northwest Indiana the opportunity and freedom to enter and exit their homes safely.
The Wheelchair Ramp Program Coordinator, Sara Fenton, is a part-time employee of NCCAA.
The program has approximately 15 volunteers.
If you, or someone you know, need a wheelchair ramp built or a home safety repair performed to remain safely in the home, but cannot afford the cost of a contractor, contact our office. If you would like to participate as a volunteer, or make a donation, please call the office (219)872-0351 EXT 107 or email email@example.com
Click the "Ramp Application" link to view and print the Ramp application. You can fax your application to (219)872-0174 or send it to the Ramp Coordinator's email address.
On April 1, 2017 North Central Community Action Agencies, Inc. (NCCAA) became a new sponsor of the Wheelchair Ramp and Children's Vision Screening Program. Catholic Charities Diocese of Gary transitioned the two programs to NCCAA after the volunteers of the Ramp Program completed their 500th ramp. The Ramp and Screening Programs receive funding from the Michigan City Community Enrichment Corporation, LaPorte Health Foundation, LaPorte County United Way, Heart of Cook Foundation, and REMC Foundation under NCCAA's sponsorship.
301 E. 8th Street #109
Michigan City, IN 46360
(219) 872-0351 or 872-1201