The Augusta Senior & Community stands at the former site of the original Augusta High School. This multi-purpose community centers offers arts & crafts classes, gatherings, senior lunches, and more.
This resource center offers the public a single entry point for information and assistance on issues affecting older people, and people with disabilities regardless of their income. Welcoming and convenient places for you and your family to get information, advice, and access to a wide variety of wellness services.
Provides a central location where senior citizens can enhance their independence through services and programs that promote physical, mental, and social well-being. Hosts senior dining meals, day trips, activities like arts & crafts, games, and wellness classes, and has an on-site thrift store.
The ADRC of Dunn County is the access point for seniors, adults with disabilities, their families and caregivers to receive assistance, education, and support while at all times respecting the rights, dignity and preference of the individual. It provides transportation, nutrition, and caregiving services as well as long-term care.
The ADRC helps people age 60+ and adults with disabilities secure needed services or benefits, live with dignity and security and achieve maximum independence and quality of life. They promote healthy living and preventative health care and offer support services and events for seniors, adults with disabilities, and caregivers.
The L.E. Phillips Senior Center provides a place for Senior Citizens, 55 and better who reside in the City or County of Eau Claire to maintain independence, receive services and develop skills which enhance the emotional, physical and social quality of their lives. Regularly hosts day trips, weekend escapes, exercise classes, community meals, electronics and Internet lessons, knitting classes, and more.
The mission of the Shirley Doane Senior Center is to help Menomonie area seniors engage in meaningful community activities. To help promote continued growth and development, self-respect, self-confidence, and usefulness; by encouraging your participation in contemporary life; and by stimulating a dynamic public interest in the aging population and recognition of its potential.