The mission of the Garfield Heights Senior Center is to provide a range of services, activities, and volunteer opportunities that promote independence for older persons.
On-site services are open Mondays through Thursdays from 9:00 am to 2:00 p.m.
Homebound meals (Federally funded program) view the Homebound Meals Registration Form.
Assessment by a Social Worker (LSW)
- Water and sewer discounts (Homestead and Disability)
- Homestead exemption
- HEAP - Ohio Energy Assistance (discounts for gas, October to March)
- Home maintenance loans/grants
- Guide to Medical Alert System
- Free income tax assistance provided by trained AARP volunteers
- Call in January to schedule your appointment
Transportation is provided by the City of Garfield Heights for residents 60 years of age or older or those who have disabilities. Transportation is available within established geographic boundaries. Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance. Priority is given for dialysis patients and medical appointments. The service that is provided is curb-to-curb (riders must be able to board and deboard independently with minimal assistance). All buses are wheelchair accessible. Senior Transportation Program Information.
To register, schedule a ride or for more information, call the Senior Center at 216-475-3244 from 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. You can also view the Medical Transportation Registration Form.
For more information regarding transportation for Seniors, please visit the Senior Living website.
Monthly Food Pantry
Sponsored by the City of Garfield Heights. The Food Pantry is available to income-qualifying residents on:
Senior Market Program (Temporarily Canceled)
The Greater Cleveland Food Bank delivers fresh produce to the Garfield Heights Senior Center to be distributed to senior citizens.