Cape: Provide a nutritious hot meal, M-F. Recreational activities include dancing, bingo,
cards, quilting, potluck dinners, and checkers. Offers nutrition and health related information programs; Regular Health Screenings. HOME BOUND MEALS for seniors who are over 60 and homebound or below 60 if handicapped. No special diets available-regular and modified diabetic (salad and fruit) only. Delivers to Cape city limits, and part of Cape county(Jackson senior center covers other parts of Cape county). Available M-F except holidays or when Cape Public Schools are off due to bad weather, clients are given 3 emergency meals for those days, after that the family caregiver is expected to step in. Currently have a waiting list. Funded in part by Aging Matters. Offers a variety of opportunities for senior services and programs to enrich the physical, social, and emotional well-being of its participants. 8am-3pm M-F, 11:20-12:30 serving lunch.
Jackson: Meals for seniors from Cape County and other activities. Has flu shots (Medicare and Medicaid), hearing checks, senior citizens club, and telephone Reassurance. Plus, home-delivered meals. Uses County Transit for transportation. Hours 7:30am-2pm, M-F. Food Pantry 204-8004.
Marble Hill: Funded in part by the Southeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging. Offers a variety of opportunities for senior services and programs to enrich the physical, social, and emotional well-being of its participants. Meals served Monday-Friday 12:00 Noon.
Perryville: Hours 9am-3pm. Serves those at least 60 years old, and those ages 18-59 if disabled.
Sikeston: (573)471-6047; Scott City: (573)264-3402, Barbara Leming; Puxico: (573)222-3089
Chaffee Center covers Chaffee, Benton, Oran, Vanduser, Haywood City, Kelso, Commerce, and Morley. Recreational and group events are provided. APPLE Paperwork Service provides assistance the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Other services include health screenings, telephone reassurance and home delivered meals.