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Salvation Army Golden Diners

The Golden Diners program provides nutritious meals for those ages 60 and over. It also encourages seniors to come out and enjoy lunch with their peers at our community dining sites. For those who are homebound, they can have meals brought to their house.
Phone: 630-232-6676

Pace Bus

Seniors age 65 and over may be eligible for a RTA Ride Free Program. For more information on this program, please contact Pace Fox Valley by phone or visit them in person.
Phone: 630-892-8444
Address: 400 Overland Drive, North Aurora, IL 60542

Senior Services Associates of Aurora

Senior Services Associates provides a variety of services to older adults ages 60 and up. They provide assistance and information for Medicare issues, prescriptions, affordable senior housing, property tax issues, transportation, utilities, veteran’s issues, legal issues and caregiver issues. They also provide a variety of programs at their center.
Phone: 630-897-4035

Always Best Care Senior Services

Always Best Care Senior Services helps families with non-medical in-home care and assisted living referral services. There’s no charge for a free Care Consultation or for assisted living referral services. Other services may vary in cost.
Phone: 855-761-9755

Rachel’s Place

Rachel’s Place provides adult day services for seniors who are challenged with early dementia or Alzheimer’s or those who are socially isolated. The day program provides a secure environment for those who cannot stay home alone during the day. Participants receive meals and snacks; participate in recreational activities, and a structured light exercise program. The program is run by a registered nurse and a CNA.
Phone: 630-896-9022

Fox Valley Park District

The Park District provides a variety of programs for seniors at discounted rates. Additionally, the Friendly Center Club meets on Thursdays every week at the Prisco Center. Members pay $1 for dues each week. Prices may be higher on days of luncheons.
Phone: 630-859-8606

Prairie State Legal Services

For adults aged 60+, Prairie State Legal Services provides assistance for non-criminal court cases such as family law, housing law, health care, needs-based government assistance, and some consumer law cases.
Phone: 815-965-2134

Southeast Kane County T.R.I.A.D.

T.R.I.A.D. aims to increase awareness of crimes against senior citizens. They sponsor programs for seniors to reduce fear of crime and to educate citizens about preventative measures they can take to protect themselves. They also aim to improve communication and understanding between seniors and law enforcement.
Phone: 630-256-5293

Community Contacts, Inc.

Community Contacts seeks to provide utility bill assistance, weatherization and housing rehabilitation for eligible households in Kane County.
Phone: 847-697-8800

Aurora Township Senior Services

Aurora Township offers recreation and enrichment programs at the Township Community Center which include drop in program/luncheons, holiday parties, exercise classes, and computer classes. They also offer a lawn mowing and chore services.
Phone: (for recreation) 630-859-7501
Phone: (for lawn mowing and chore services) 630-897-8777

Kane County Assessment Office

Kane County offers an assessment freeze for eligible senior citizens aged 65 and up.
Phone:  630-208-3818