Community Based Services

Area Agencies on Aging

Area Agencies on Aging were established in 1973 under the Older Americans Act to respond to the needs

of Americans age 16 and older in every local community. AAA’s plan, coordinate and offer services to

help older adults remain in their home, if that is their preference. Services include Meals on Wheels,

homemaker assistance and whatever else it may take to make independent living a viable option. AAA

services fall into five categories: information and access; community-based services (such as senior

centers); in-home services; housing; and elder rights. To find out about services to older adults in your

community, the best first call you can make is to your AAA. For our area, the AAA is the Council on Aging

of Southwestern Ohio.

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio

Main Office

721-1025 or 1-800-252-0155



Information & Programs


175 Tri County Pkwy., 45246

Key resource for information needed by seniors, their families and caregivers. Administers programs to

help older adults remain in their homes, including the Elderly Services Program (ESP), PASSPORT, and

the Assisted Living Waiver State Supplement. Administers federal Older Americans Act funds for senior

centers, nutrition, legal assistance, transportation, counseling, caregiver support and other services.

LifeTime Resources, Inc.

(812) 432-5215

13091 Benedict Dr., Dillsboro, IN 47018

Area Agency on Aging serving the Indiana counties of Dearborn, Jefferson, Ohio, Ripley and


Northern Kentucky Area Development District (NKADD)

(859) 283-1885

22 Spiral Dr., Florence, KY 41042

The Area Agency on Aging for Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Owen and Pendleton


Ohio Department of Aging

(614) 466-5500


(614) 466-6191

Benefits Check-up & Ombudsman


Golden Buckeye


50 W. Broad St., Ninth Fl., 43215-3363

Distributes federal and state funds for health and human services to older adults through Ohio’s 12

Area Agencies on Aging. Coordinates: PASSPORT long term care, Residential State Supplement (RSS)

housing, Benefits Check-up, Ombudsman, Golden Buckeye discount, Ohio Senior Health Insurance Pro-

gram (OSHIIP), and Boomerang, a monthly on-line newsletter. You can also check us out on Also coordinates Ohio State Fair senior activities, Ohio Senior Citizens’ Day and the

Ohio Senior Citizens’ Hall of Fame, Elder Caregiver award and Joined Hearts Giving.

OTHER INFOrmation & REFERRAL Resources



601 E Street NW, Ste. A1-200, Washington, DC 20049

AARP works with leading national companies to offer our members discounts on many products and

services. Member discounts are available for travel, health services, long-term care insurance, legal

services, tax preparation (during tax season only) and many other entertainment products and


Butler County Elderly Services Program

868-9281 or 1-800-215-5305

1900 Fairgrove Ave. (Rt. 4), Hamilton 45011

Helps older adults remain safe and independent in their own homes. Services are available to

people age 65+. Home delivered meals are available for people age 60+. Services include adult

day services, companion, home delivered meals, independent living assistant, medical equipment,

medical transportation, personal care, respite, homemaking, and home repairs and modifications.

Catholic Charities SouthWestern Ohio

241-7745, 929-4483 or 1-800-215-5305

100 E. Eighth St., 45202

The Caregiver Assistance Network provides support, education, information and referral for family

caregivers. The Network provides services to persons living in Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and

Warren co’s. The Caregiver CAREline provides information and referral services from 8:30 a.m.–4:30

p.m., M–F. The E-CAREline provides family resource group information and videos on our website, The network serves all faiths. Please call the CAREline for a schedule of

current talks and events.

Cincinnati Area Senior Services


2368 Victory Pkwy., #300, 45206

Provides a continuum of services to meet the needs of older adults, including protective and supportive

services, transportation and home-delivered meals. Offers the following programs: Guardianship

Assistance, Case Management services for at-risk populations for abuse, neglect, exploitation and/or

substance abuse. Representative Payee program and three senior centers in Over-the-Rhine, Mt.

Auburn and Avondale. Provides home delivered meals, and congregate meals are served at the senior


Cincinnati Recreation Commission


801 Plum St., 45238

Operates over 20 senior centers. Produces the annual SW Ohio Senior Olympics and Senior Hall of


Clermont Senior Services, Inc.


2085 James E. Sauls Sr. Dr., Batavia 45103

Caregiver support, case management, home health care, respite, Meals-on-Wheels, transport, senior

centers, adult day care and support groups.

Council on Aging Elderly Services Program (ESP)

Hamilton County


Butler County

868-9281 or 1-800-215-5305

Clinton County

(937) 382-7170

Warren County

(513) 695-2271

Provides in-home services such as homemaker, personal care and home delivered meals. Enables older

adults to continue to live independently in their home.

Council on Aging Call Center

721-1025 or 1-800-252-0155

The Aging and Disability Resource Connections department is our Call Center, a “front door” to services

and information for older adults, adults with disabilities and caregivers. Our knowledgeable staff will

answer your questions, connect you to community resources and help you apply for services. Call

Center staff are available Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Delhi Coalition on Aging


990 Bayley Place Dr., 45233

Outreach for Delhi and surrounding areas. Information and referral, card circle, caregiver support,

safety programs and life-learn courses for older adults.

Eldercare Locator


consumer goods.

BayleyPLUS Community Outreach Services

401 Farrell Ct., 45233

Oxford Senior Citizens, Inc.

922 Tollgate, Oxford 45056

Serves older adults in the city of Oxford and Oxford Township.

Partners in Prime

140 Ross Ave., Hamilton 45013

Serves older adults in southern Butler County. Membership fee: $30/yr, $55/couple.

Senior Services of Northern Kentucky

1032 Madison Ave., Covington, KY 41011

Provides a full range of services for seniors in eight Northern Kentucky counties.



(859) 491-0522

9 a.m.–8 p.m., M–F. Helps families and friends find information about community services nationwide.

LifeSpan, Inc.

868-3210 or 1-888-597-2751

1900 Fairgrove Ave., (Rt. 4), Hamilton 45011-1966

Supportive Services for Adults & Seniors (SSAS), personal care, homemaking, respite care,

companion, information & referral, independent living assistance, case management, guardianship

and representative payee/bill paying services. Family Life Services (FLS), outpatient therapy, credit

counseling (NFCC), bankruptcy, HUD approved housing counseling, predatory lending, budget

counseling, debt management and consumer education. Services offered in Butler and Warren co’s.

Middletown Area Senior Citizens, Inc.

(513) 423-1734

3907 Central Ave., Middletown 45044

Serves older adults in Middletown, Monroe, Trenton, Lemon and Madison townships, and parts of

Liberty and Union townships.

SOACT (Serving Older Adults Through Changing Times)


784 Greenwood Ave., 45229

Provides informational, social and shared memory programs in the Avondale area. Also adult day care.

United Way

2400 Reading Rd., 45202 (24 Hours/7 Days)

2085 James E Sauls Sr. Dr., Batavia 45103

323 N. Third St., Hamilton 45011

300 N. Main St., #200, Middletown 45042

11 Shelby St., Florence, KY 41042

Referral to over 900 agencies to help with any problem.

Warren County Community Services

570 N. St. Rt. 741, Lebanon 45036

Information and Referral

Serves all of Warren County.




(513) 705-1160

(859) 525-2600