Lifeline is a home emergency response system, which enables elderly, handicapped or medically fragile persons to live independently while assuring them that if they need help quickly, it will be available to them.

Lifeline gives you the confidence and freedom to live on your own, because there is always someone standing by to help, 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, at the press of a button.

Whenever you need help, one press of your lightweight, waterproof help button puts you in touch with a caring Lifeline Monitor who talks to you to find out what kind of help you need. He or she will then call one of your friends, neighbors or relatives "responders" who come to your home to check on you. If you need more professional help, such as an ambulance, your Monitor will call for it immediately. And if you press your button and cannot speak, your Lifeline Monitor knows exactly what to do.

  • Standard landline phone units are $30 per month. Standard with Auto Alert fall detection is $40 per month.
  • Wireless (cell tower) units are $35 per month. No landline phone is needed for the wireless unit.
  • GoSafe Mobile (GPS) units are $50 per month. 

In order to receive Lifeline, you will need:

  • A private telephone line or be located in a serviceable distance from an AT&T cellular tower. If a telephone line is connected to DSL, filters must be in place prior to installing the Lifeline unit. If your telephone service is through the cable company, a backup battery for the cable box. 

  • The names, addresses and telephone numbers of three responders who would be willing to assist you if you needed help.
  • A willingness to provide keys for the three responders (or willingness to let them know where a key is located on your property).

For more information regarding the Lifeline Service at Prairie Ridge Health, please call the Community Relations Department at (920) 623-1280.