Louisville Metro Office of Resilience and Community Services' (RCS) Senior Service programs and activities strive to empower, support, and improve the quality of life for senior citizens and individuals with disabilities in the Louisville/Jefferson County.
The Outreach sector of RCS also motivates our community's older adults by encouraging a life filled with purpose through community engagement and volunteerism via the administration of the AmeriCorps Senior programs including the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program and the Foster Grandparent Program.
The 2022 Louisville Metro Office for Aging and Disabled Citizens (OADC) Resources Guide includes information and resources available for seniors, people with disabilities, families, and caregivers in the Louisville/Jefferson County area. View the OADC Resources Guide
The Senior Nutrition Program provides nutritional lunchtime meals to active senior citizens at congregate meal sites and delivers to homebound seniors through the Meals on Wheels program throughout the Louisville Metro area. Visit the Senior Nutrition page.
The Office for Aging and Disabled Citizens provides leadership to and participates in community activities, advocating for rights, policies, and funding that can enhance the lives and independence of seniors and disabled individuals. Visit the Office of Aging and Disabled Citizens page.
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program provides individuals, aged 55 years and older, with meaningful volunteer opportunities at non-profit agencies and organizations throughout Louisville/Jefferson County. Visit their webpage to see how to get involved.
The Foster Grandparent Program recruits individuals, aged 55 years and older, to volunteer as tutors, mentors, and role models to young people with exception and special needs at schools and community centers. Visit the Foster Grandparent Program page to see how you can help.