Services for the Elderly is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization located at the rear of the Farmington Community/Senior Center. We are dedicated to Farmington’s older citizens by helping them remain independent, productive and at home through programs and services such as Meals-on-Wheels, Friendly Visitors, Friendly Shoppers, transportation to medical appointments and by loaning donated, used medical equipment to those in need. We also provide information on other services available so our older citizens and their families know where to go if assistance beyond what we can provide is needed. Click Here to download and print a copy of our brochure.
Our 2016 Newsletter & Annual Appeal have been mailed but If you do not receive a copy click here and you can get one right on this website. You can read it right on the screen or print for your convenience.
We are MEALS ON WHEELS AMERICA
Call us if you or a loved one
needs assistance with meals whether short-term or long-term, Age
or income is not a factor in receiving meals on wheels. Click here for more information.
(The best kept secret
Every Monday &
Friday (except holidays) we serve a full lunch at the Farmington
Community/Senior Center. Lunch is served
cafeteria style at 12 noon but people start to gather any time after 11:00 am to
have a cup of coffee and socialize with others who come to lunch. Join us, bring a friend, if you have
a caregiver bring them, if you are not a Farmington resident – that’s OK too. The cost is $2.75 at
the door. If you need transportation,
Farmington residents can call 860-675-2390 to arrange for free Dial-a-Ride
pickup. Reservations are a
necessity! Please call no later than the day before. Click here for our menu.
"IT'S GOOD TO GET OUT" is for ladies who are 65 or older, live alone, are
looking for companionship, enjoy fun and adventure and getting out of
the house but do not drive, we have a great new group you should join.
Enjoy a pleasant day and good company going on entertaining field trips
to interesting places in our area. Your transportation and admission is
free. Click here for a brochure.