The Crawford County Commission on Aging & Senior Center continues to remain closed to the general public as are many Senior Centers in northern Michigan. We are carefully evaluating various programs to try and determine when it is safe to bring them back. Although we are taking decision making week by week, the Senior Center will most likely not open until we have moved into Risk Level B on the MI Safe Start Dashboard for Crawford County. You can review the Chart of Guidelines to see the recommendations we are following for each risk level. We are committed to taking all proactive measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, to ensure the health and safety of agency clients, caregivers, staff, volunteers, and community members.
- Staff at the Commission on Aging continue to staff the office Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm. If you need assistance, please call the office at (989) 348-7123.
- Congregate Meals will continue to be offered Monday thru Friday on a curbside take-out basis from 11:30am – 12:30pm. Meals can be picked up at that time for both lunch and dinner as well as meals for the weekend. Please call the COA at (989) 348-7123 between 9-11:30am to order your meal for take-out.
- Meals on Wheels and In-Home Services will continue to be delivered as needed.
The return of programs and services to its normal level remains unknown as the situation continues to change daily. Further communication will be made through the COA via phone calls, emails, the COA website and Facebook posts.
COA Building Relocation & Expansion Plans
If you’d like to learn more about the plans for our New Senior Center Building please watch the recording of our Virtual Town Hall Meeting that took place 11/9/2020. If you have any questions about the plans or ideas you would like to present email firstname.lastname@example.org.