The McMinn Senior Activity Center serves over 450 seniors with free tax preparation each year, a savings of about $45,500.
Our senior adovcate is available to older adults age 50+ that need help finding resources or cutting through "red tape." Call 423-745-6830 for more infomration,
Medicare counselors provide services to over 700 seniors each year to assist them is selecting the best Medicare Part D plan with the most savings.
As both men and women age, health screenings become an important prevention mechanism for early detection of a potential health crisis.
Since the McMinn Senior Activity Center was founded in 1974, our programs have helped individuals maintain their independence, while promoting healthy, safe and active lifestyles. Designed to enrich the lives of anyone from the ages of 50 to 100, the McMinn Senior Activity Center offers a wide variety of programs and services, including meal and nutrition programs; health, fitness, and wellness programs; public benefits counseling; employment assistance; volunteer opportunities; social and recreational activities, as well as educational and arts programs. Please call 423-745-6830 to find out more information today!
The Nutrition Program at the McMinn County Senior Activity Center serves approximately 22,000 meals a year.
The McMinn Senior Activity Center offers the Lunch with Friends Program where a senior citizen can not only get a free, nutritious lunch but also have the opportunity to socialize with the peers. This also allows seniors to attend workshops and get support from the community while at the Activity Center. The Center is a place to go for social activities and companionship along with a nourishing meal.
The Lunch with Friends serves over 3,300 meals to at-risk seniors each year.
People who can’t make it to the McMinn Activity Center and who are homebound can look into home-delivered meals. The home-delivered meal programs, also commonly referred to as Meals on Wheels, brings food and meals to homebound seniors, which can help them to remain in their homes for as long as possible. This program provides much more than food. It provides a wholesome meal plus a safety check, and sometimes the only opportunity for face-to-face contact or conversation that day. Please contact the Etowah Senior Center at 423-781-7632 to find our more information.
The Meals on Wheels Program serves approximately 11,500 meals a year to at-risk seniors each year.