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Persons age 60 or older, who reside in Mercer County and have a need for transportation are eligible for the service. Priority destinations include medical and dental services, grocery shopping, other necessary shopping, banking facilities, social service agencies, legal services and trips to and from the Senior Citizen Center for the noon meal and other activities.
Proudly providing services and activities to those 60 and older since 1974.
Blood Pressure Clinic
Information & Referral
Toenail Clipping Service
Equipment Loan Program
Chore Service is a program to provide certain household repairs, seasonal cleaning, and other chores and errands. The purpose of the program is to help older people continue independent living.
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE until Friday, March 22!!!
Spring Carry In will be Tuesday, April 2. Lunch is served at Noon followed by Spittin Image for entertainment! Blain and Brian Swabb, identical twins from Greenville, make up this musical comedy duo you are sure to enjoy! We will once again provide chicken, potatoes and drinks for everyone. We ask that you bring a dish to share and your own table service. Tickets are $1.00 and will be available at the front desk until Friday, March 22 or until sold out!
Celina Manor provides a daily meal served at the Senior Center. The meal is open to anyone. Meals are served Monday through Friday at 11:00 am. Suggested donation is $3.00. Reservations required.
Call 419-586-1644 a day ahead.
The Mercer County Council on Aging is a non-profit organization serving the needs of Mercer County residents aged 60 and over. We offer a variety of services and programs designed to assist our seniors in maintaining as much independence as possible.
Funding for these services is provided by: a countywide levy, Passport, the Mercer County Health Care Foundations, the Mercer County Civic Fund, client donations, and the hard work of our volunteers at our garage sales.
MEDICARE 101 CLASSES
Discover the basics of Medicare and health insurance options at retirement. The Mercer County Council on Aging will walk you through eligibility, possible penalties and what to anticipate. If you are already on Medicare, they can address additional questions, as well as potential cost savings options.
Click below to find the class that best suits you!!
Homemaker service is a program providing routine light housework, laundry, errands, etc., for eligible individuals. This program helps older people continue independent living.
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The Mercer County Council on Aging welcomes you!
We are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm to provide services,
social activities and enrichment for older adults.
Soup Cook Off
On Wednesday, March 27, State of the Heart will host a
Soup-off at 11:00 am at MCCoA. Several local agencies, including Briarwood, Miller Place, and the Gardens of St. Henry, will showcase a soup of their choice. Everyone in attendance will get a taste of each soup and then select a soup they would like for lunch. Lunch attendees will also vote for their favorite soup and prizes will be awarded to the top three soup makers. In addition to soup, bread, dessert and drinks will be provided. The event is FREE, but call ahead at 419-586-1644 to reserve your spot.!! (Click to enlarge photo)
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MCCoA is a non-profit entity. Services are provided to those who qualify based on need not finances; however, donations are encouraged and accepted.