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Transportation - Download the brochure - The city of Mayfield Heights offers transportation services through Senior Transportation Connection to residents age 60 and older who do not have another means of transportation. Registration is required to use the service. The Office on Aging can also assist with identifying other resources for transportation.

Travel Program - Click here for information.

Community Partnership on Aging offers a variety of trips both near and far for active adults 55 and older. For a description of current trips, see the monthly newsletter or contact the office. Destinations for the remainder of the year can be found on the website.

Contact info:
440-473-5138
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Healthy IDEAS (Identifying Depression, Empowering Activities for Seniors) - is a nationally-proven program that reduces symptoms of depression in older adults. If you, or someone you know, are feeling down, sad or hopeless, or are experiencing a loss of interest or pleasure in ordinary activities, please call and speak with an Outreach Worker about whether the Healthy IDEAS program can be an appropriate option.  We can also provide you, or a loved one, more information about depression.  Remember that depression is not a normal part of aging, and depression is treatable.  We are looking forward to speaking with you, or a significant other, about taking the first step towards a healthier and happier future.  To contact an Outreach Worker, call 216-291-3902 or 440-442-2628.

Homemaking - Homemakers are available to assist older adults who are finding it difficult to perform routine housekeeping tasks due to physical limitations. They can help with light housecleaning, laundry, occasional meal preparation, shopping, and errands.

Contact info:
Robin Rosner
216-291-0774
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Social Work Services - The Outreach/Social Work Department helps individuals and families cope with personal and family problems. Guidance is also offered for decision-making on lifestyle transitions. Counseling may be provided by our staff of licensed social workers or they may assist you in locating another agency to provide additional services.

Contact info:
Beda Madden
440-442-2628
216-291-3902
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Chore File - We maintain a list of skilled chore people based on references and referrals from other older adults. We provide three names when a request for chore information is received.

Contact info: 440-442-2628 or 216-291-3902

Ohio Benefits Bank - if you are having trouble paying your bills as a result of low income or think you might be eligible for food assistance or help with Medicare expenses, we may be able to help. The Ohio Benefit Bank is a public/private partnership that assists people to find out, by screening on the computer, whether they are potentially eligible for a variety of state and federal benefits. After determining possible eligibility, an application can be sent via computer to the correct agency for follow up. In some cases, an appointment at the agency might be required. Community Partnership on Aging has trained staff and volunteers who are able to do the screening and would be happy to meet with you. Please call Beda at 440-442-2628 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Seasonal Services - the following services are available in collaboration with other organizations at specific times of the year and are advertised in our monthly newsletter:

  • AARP Tax Program
  • Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program

All services are provided without regard to race, ethnicity, disability, veteran status, gender, sexual orientation, religion or political affiliation. Donations for services are suggested and appreciated.

Volunteerism -  Attention Adults 60+:  We offer a wide range of volunteer services including yardwork, computer training, friendly visits, errand running, assistance with recycling and simple home repairs.  Priority is given to client and/or individuals with financial need.

Contact Info:
Corinne Dunn
216-291-3902
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Fresh Goods to Go - Each month, Community Parnterhsip on Aging partners with the Greater Cleveland Foodbank to deliver a tote of food.  Totes are avaialable by reservation to adults age 60 and over living in the agency's service area and who  meet income requirements.  For more information, call 216-650-4029.

Meals on Wheels - Community Partnership on Aging Outreach Workers provide information and registration for the Hillcrest Meals on Wheels program, a local nonprofit using a large volunteer corps to offer weekday delivery of meals. Please contact our main office for costs or to set up an appointment.

Equipment Loan Program - If you need to borrow a walker, cane, bedside commode, or a number of other items, we've got them! They are clean and in great shape. Call Beda to borrow or donate: 440-442-2628

Safe at Home - this program consists of both durable medical equipment and dollars that will enable low income older adults that reside in member cities to apply for and receive tools and equipment that will assist in adapting their homes for comfort and safety. The tools and equipment may include (but are not limited to): grab bars for showers, baths and other transitional areas; transition strips; motion detector lights; carpet stretching; light bulbs; flashlights; batteries; radios; shower chairs; hand-held shower faucets and more; hand rails; and other items determined to be needed. The Safe At Home Program will be administered by a Community Partnership on Aging Social Worker and will include a home assessment as well as application with income and asset verification.

Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program - Each summer, CPA distributes coupons totalling $50 to eligible households to purchase fresh, locally grown produce.  The program is funded by the USDA, the Ohio Department on Aging, and the Western Reserve Area on Aging.   Please call our offices in late May each year to find out when the program will start.