Trish James, Acting Director
9275 North Church Drive
Fax: (440) 888-1343
Parma Heights residents, 60 years of age and older, are invited to participate in the Senior Center
programs. The Center is located in the Educator apartment building located at 9275 North Church Drive. Hours are 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Center is closed on government holidays and during the pandemic.
The City provides curb-to-curb transportation to Parma Heights senior, adult handicapped and disabled residents by appointment for shopping, medical appointments and more Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. . Please register in person at the Center and call at least two working days in advance to schedule transportation appointments. The suggested donation is $3 for transportation. A transportation schedule is available in our Senior newsletter found on our website under Publications.
Congregate Meal Program:
A Congregate Meal Lunch is served Monday through Friday at 12:00 noon at the Senior Center. Meal reservations are made on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, one-week in advance by phone or in person at the Center. The suggested donation is $2 for Congregate Meals. Guests are welcome for a $6.50 fee.
Meals on Wheels:
Home delivered meals are available to qualifying homebound senior residents. The suggested donation is $2 for homebound meals. Specialized diet meals are available from University Hospitals Parma Medical Center for $37.50 a week. Arrangements can be made for University Hospitals Parma Medical Center meals by calling the Senior Center.
Are You OK?
The Parma Heights Police Department offers a free program for the safety of our residents. Only seniors, shut-ins and disabled persons who reside in the City of Parma Heights are eligible to participate. The Are You OK? Telephone Reassurance System was started in 1998. The program is totally free and confidential. Click here for more details...
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for the latest news and events in Parma Heights. The services at the Parma Heights Senior Center are made possible in part or in full by Title III Older Americans Act Funds provided through Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging, and Cuyahoga County Department of Senior and Adult Services.