Council on Aging, Inc., Serving St. Clair County

Phone: (810) 987-8811
Website: thecouncilonaging.org

Countywide senior centers, adult day, community meal sites, Meals on Wheels, friendly callers/visitors, home care, transportation, medical equipment loan closet, and tax preparation.

In-Home/Chore Services

  • Personal care
  • Bathing assistance
  • Dressing assistance
  • Homemaking
  • Laundry
  • Grocery shopping
  • Carpet shampooing
  • Window washing
  • Basement/garage clean-ups
  • Lawn mowing
  • Snow removal

Transportation –  must be 60 or older.

  • Port Huron: (810) 984-4200
  • Downriver: (810) 765-8570
  • Yale & Capac: (844) 289-7784

Home Repair (Cannot do any work that requires a licensed contractor)

  • Minor electrical, plumbing and carpentry
  • Ramp construction
  • Installation of home safety equipment

Foster Grandparents Program

  • The Foster Grandparent Program uses volunteers to work with children with special needs. Benefits include tax-free stipend, transportation, meal allowance, accident insurance, and annual physical exam. Other volunteer opportunities include serving on advisory committees, fundraising, community services projects, and instructing classes and activities at the local senior centers.
  • Must be age 55 or older and a resident of St. Clair County. For the Foster Grandparent Program monthly income cannot exceed a specific amount (changes yearly). Also, must be available for a 40 hour initial training and periodic in service training. No eligibility for other volunteer positions.

Food Vouchers

  • Senior Project Fresh provides eligible seniors with ten $2.00 coupons to purchase unprocessed, Michigan grown produce from local Farmers Markets between June 1st and October 31st of each year.
  • Must be age 60 or older. Disabled persons age 18 or older who live in senior housing may also be eligible. Total household income must not exceed 185% of poverty.