Office for the Aging
St. Lawrence County Office for the Aging
Brief Description of Services... The Office for the Aging provides service and advocacy for county residents 60 years and older. Programs and services includes: Nutrition Centers and Home Delivered Meals; Home Care Services; Family Caregiver Support; Senior Community Service Employment Program; Medical Transportation; Legal Services; Health Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance.
For more information, please call (315) 386-4730.
OFA NEWS & EVENTS :
The Office for the Aging is open Monday - Friday from 8 am - 5 pm.
The OFA is now on FaceBook!
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Looking to Volunteer? Are you looking to be more involved in your community? The Office for the Aging is looking for volunteers to help at any of the following sites: Nutrition Centers, OFA Main Office and Classes. Please call Andrea Montgomery at 386-4730 or email email@example.com to discuss volunteer opportunities.
The 2015-2016 Heap Season opened November 16th. Please call 386-4730 for more information.
Computer Classes: Currently being held at the BOCES in Canton. Please call 386-4730 for information about the next class.
|Nutrition Site Location||Serving Time||Phone||Contact Person|
|Brasher Falls, LBSH Housing||11:30 am||389 - 5100||Val Sochia|
|Canton, 37 Riverside Drive||11:30 am||347 - 3079||Linda Bouchey|
|DeKalb Junction, Sunrise Valley Apartments||12:00 pm||347 - 3079||Linda Bouchey|
|Edwards, Senior Courts||12:00 pm||562 - 3797||Barb Newcombe|
|Morristown, Fire Station||12:00 pm||375 - 6703||Carol Yerdon|
|Ogdensburg, Centennial Terrace||11:30 am||393 - 9133||Pam Bailey|
|Potsdam, Midtown Apartments||12:00 pm||265 - 2870||Yvette Narrow|
|Star Lake, 4208 SH 3||12:00 pm||322 - 8421||Sandy Conklin|
For inquiries contact: NY Connects at 386-4730. Current Home Delivered Meal routes serve Brasher, Canton, DeKalb, Hermon, Russell, Edwards, Star Lake, Gouverneur, Fowler, Hailesboro, Morristown, Hammond, Potsdam, Norwood, Norfolk, Madrid, Waddington, Colton and South Colton.
NY Connects: Choices for Long Term Care is a free information and assistance service that is available to individuals of all ages and their families to help them make better decisions regarding their long tem care needs. NY Connects will serve the elderly, adults and children with disabilities, regardless of their payer source. NY Connects is a trusted resource that provides impartial and unbiased information about Long Term Care choices in St. Lawrence County. Click on link for the Resource Directory.
Public Transportation: St. Lawrence NYSARC is the operator for the County's Public Transportation Service. For info, contact Jerry Filiatrault, Director of Operations at (315) 386-2600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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