IMPORTANT TRANSPORTATION NEWS! |
| Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, ALL PACS Senior Citizens Centers will be closed TEMPORARILY.|Click HERE for further information.
If you know of anyone, in the Pennyrile area, that has been laid off and does not have health coverage, please have them contact the Pennyrile Allied Community Services Health Benefit Assistor staff. If you have been laid off, never had insurance before, or you think you might meet Medicaid eligibility please contact us.
Teresa Venable- (270) 348-0477
Audra Baker- (270) 348-6020
Olivia Story- (270) 498-4727
Michelle Myers- (270) 348-0068
Per the Office of the Governor, all Medicaid trips must be
transported individually. If there is an
escort involved, the escort is also allowed to ride. This policy will continue until further
notice.Effective Immediately PACS, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, will not be operating the daily Intercity bus route to/from Nashville, Tennessee.
Hopkinsville Transit to Implement Social Distancing March 25.
“Empowering low-income individuals to become self-reliant through community service, assistance, education, and partnerships”
Due to severe storm damage that occurred January 11, 2020, the Christian County Senior Citizens Center, on West 7th Street in Hopkinsville, will be closed until further notice. PACS has obtained an alternate location from which to provide services. Further information is posted on the Christian County Senior Center page of this website.