Meals are served Monday - Friday at 12:00 noon her at the center. Reservations for Tuesday-Friday must be made by noon on the day before. Reservations for Mondays must be made by noon on the prior Friday. Call the center at 810-635-4122. (Note: meals for special occasions may require up to two weeks advance reservations.)
Persons residing in Genesee County who are 60 and older and their spouses regardless of age are eligible for a free meal, although donations are appreciated.
· Requested Donation is $2.00
· Persons under age 60: $3.50
· Persons of all ages who reside outside Genesee County: $3.50
A volunteer MMAP Counselor can provide free services to help you:
Call the Center today at 810-635-4122 to make your appointment.
Michigan's Coordinated Access to food for the elderly
A volunteer counselor can provide free services to help you apply for a Bridge card. Call the center at 810-635-4122 to arrange for an appointment.
Transportation to and from the Senior Center for lunch is available to seniors residing in the Swartz Creek School District. Group transportation is also available to Meijer or Kroger once a week on Mondays. Call 810-635-4122 for more information.
Available at the Senior Center the first Wednesday of each month. Call 810-635-4122 to make an appointment.
Are you a veteran over age 60, or the spouse, widow, or widower of a veteran? john Nelson, Service Officer, with the Genesee County Department of Veterans Services Office is available to meet with you to provide information on benefits and to assist in completing applications for benefits
Be sure to ask for a list of information to bring when you schedule your appointment.
Available at the Senior Center the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Call 810-635-4122 to make an appointment.
Free Legal Services are available at the Senior Center by appointment for seniors over age 60 regardless of income.
Available at the Senior Center the 3rd Wenesday of each month at 10:00 a.m.
Hearland Hopsice provides, at no chard, on-going support for anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one. Their purpose is to provide education about normal grief reactions, as well as a safe environment where feelings are validated and accepted