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Resources for Seniors
April 2020
North Olmsted Senior Center Update

The North Olmsted Senior Center is closed to the public due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We are complying with state and federal mandates to reduce the spread of infection and protect our community, especially our most vulnerable residents and clients.


During this unprecedented and challenging time, Senior Center staff members continue to assist senior citizens. You can reach us by email or phone.


Jackie Chavez-Anderson, Administrator

(440) 716-5444


Tiffany Hunt, Outreach Coordinator

(440) 716-4264


More information on North Olmsted Senior Center services and resources for seniors can be found on our website:

Community Resources

The City of North Olmsted and partner agencies offer a variety of services and community resources for those in need or in crisis.

Are You Ok? Program

(440) 777-3535

The North Olmsted Police Department provides this free telephone reassurance program consisting of daily check-in phone calls for older residents. Those registered can choose a time they would like to be checked in on every day and the department will contact them to ask, “Are You Ok?” If the resident does not answer after two attempts, an officer will be dispatched to their home to check on them. Call for more information and an application.

Adult Protective Services (APS) 24 Hour Hotline

(216) 420-6700

This service can assist with major issues and help individuals who are unable to care for themselves due to physical or mental impairments, suspicion of abuse, neglect or exploitation. APS can begin guardianship or other legal processes if an individual refuses assistance and is determined incompetent.

Frontline Service 24/7 Crisis Hotline

(216) 623-6888

Frontline Suicide Prevention Hotline is for individuals whose safety and health are threatened by mental health challenges or overwhelming stressors.


United Way 2-1-1

First Call for Help

Dial 2-1-1 by phone or visit the website to connect with health and human services. 2-1-1 is a free community service that provides information about social health and government resources 24 hours a day.

Food Programs

Senior Center Nutrition Program

(440) 777-8100

The Senior Center’s previous Tuesday/Thursday hot lunch program has been converted into a Tuesday frozen meal delivery service for qualified North Olmsted seniors only. Quantities are limited and preregistration is required.


Meals on Wheels

(440) 871-2551

Call to request delivery of meals to your residence.


Simply EZ Home Delivered Meals


Refrigerated/frozen meals that require reheating. Delivered weekly. Cost is $45 for seven meals or $35 for five meals, shipping included.


Moms Meals


Refrigerated/frozen meals that require reheating. Hit “option 4” when calling for private pay. Cost is $6.99 per meal with a flat shipping fee of $14.99. A 10% discount is offered to veterans and surviving spouses. The program works with some insurance companies to offer free shipping or other discounts.

Grocery Store Special Hours & Services

Many grocery stores and food retailers are offering special shopping hours for senior citizens and other vulnerable shoppers. Here is a list of special shopping hours currently available at the time of this posting, as well as curbside pickup and delivery services:


Dollar General: 8-9 AM, daily

Giant Eagle: 6-7 AM, Monday - Wednesday

Target: 8-9 AM, Wednesdays

Trader Joe’s: 9-10 AM, daily

Walgreens: 8-9 AM, Tuesdays

Walmart: 6-7 AM, Tuesdays


Pickup and delivery services:



Giant Eagle:

Heinen’s Rocky River: (440) 331-3830 or online



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