Clermont Senior Services is a private, 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to serving older adults. We are your source for information on services for seniors, age 60 and over, who live in Clermont County, Ohio.
For over 50 years, Clermont Senior Services has been providing and coordinating in-home and community based services, enabling older adults to live independently for as long as possible. We also serve as an information and referral source for seniors, as well as their families and caregivers.
Adult Day Care Services are housed at the Lois Brown Dale Welcome Center, located next to the agency’s administrative offices.
Clermont Senior Services is the exclusive contract agency investigating allegations of abuse, neglect or exploitation of older adults in Clermont County.
Caring for a spouse or parent is physically and emotionally demanding. Caregivers may feel helpless, overwhelmed and need help.
Case Managers are a vital resource to customers receiving Home Care or Meals on Wheels services.
Clermont Senior Services operates 7 safe and affordable housing complexes for seniors throughout Clermont County.
Home care is the largest service provided by Clermont Senior Services.
The Home Repair Program provides minor home repairs and home modifications to eligible homeowners.
Five meals are delivered one day per week, rather than daily. These meals can be warmed in a microwave or an oven at meal time.
Clermont Senior Services provides transportation for Clermont County seniors who need assistance for medical and other appointments.
The Clermont Senior Services Heart-to-Heart Volunteer Program is a vital resource for the agency, with many opportunities for individuals, families, civic groups, and churches to make a difference in the lives of senior citizens. Without the commitment of volunteers, Clermont Senior Services would not be able to fulfill its mission. Volunteering is not just a service; it is self-enrichment and a life event that develops long lasting, meaningful relationships.
Seniors who reside in Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton or Warren County, are the age 60+ and meet the income guidelines (185% of Federal Poverty Level...
COLUMBUS – The Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP), a program of the Ohio Department of Insurance, is currently hosting free “Welcome to Medicare”...
All the staff are very, very nice. Everyone treats my mother-in-law so very good. She loves going there, and we know she is well taken care of. Thanks so much.
I am constantly impressed with the professionalism and friendliness of everyone I have been in contact with at Clermont Seniors Services.