Senior Services of Southwest Michigan
Meeting the needs of Older Adults and those with disabilities in Southwest Michigan

Who we are ...

Senior Services is one of the largest and most comprehensive organizations serving older adults and persons with disabilities anywhere.  We provide vital, life sustaining services to our clients.  Serving Kalamazoo and Calhoun Counties, as well as other portions of Southwest Michigan, our organization has been caring for those in need for over 50 years.  Our integrated model of care helps keep our clients living safely within their own homes.  With just one call to Senior Services a complete array of services become available.  When you call Senior Services of Southwest Michigan, "One call does it all".

To learn more about our nationally recognized organization or any of our services, please click on the name of any of the programs in the column on the left side of every page of our website.  Click here to view our Mission, Vision and Values.



Happy 100th Birthday Gwen Tulk!  Honor Gwen today with a donation to Meals on Wheels!


Gwen Tulk, longtime friend, advocate, supporter, and 30 year RSVP and Meals on Wheels volunteer, is 100th years old today!  

To celebrate this milestone event, Gwen has suggested making a donation to Senior Services’ Meals on Wheels program, in lieu of gifts. Currently there are over 200 homebound older adults who qualify for, but cannot receive Home Delivered Meals, due to insufficient funding.  

Please support our Gwen Tulk $100 for 100 years Campaign’ by making a donation today!  
Donations in Honor of Gwen Tulk can be made by check, PayPal or by credit card or, click the "Donate" button below, or CLICK HERE.


Thank you for your support, and we thank Gwen for her many years of service not only to Senior Services’ Meals on Wheels program, but to the community at large!

Star Awards 2017

Volunteer Kalamazoo’s annual STAR (Sharing Time and Resources) Awards program recognizes the contributions of outstanding individuals who exemplify the spirit of volunteerism.  Gryphon Place, the new home for Volunteer Kalamazoo, presented this year’s awards at the Radisson Plaza Hotel in downtown Kalamazoo. Lori Moore and Tim Terrentine of WMU, were the emcees for the event.


Senior Services staff nominated four wonderful people and two of them won awards!  Jake Rickli, Meals on Wheels volunteer, won in the category of Senior Volunteer and Dan Pontius, Nutrition and Transportation Program Manager, won Volunteer Manager of the Year.   Congratulations to the winners and may we all celebrate those among us who volunteer and give their time to help others.

For more pictures and details go HERE



Save the Date! Senior Services’ 9th Annual Charity Golf Event

Are you tired of winter and need something to look forward to? Join us for our 9th Annual Charity Golf Event Monday June 5, 2017 at Gull Lake Country Club. Proceeds this year will be directed to our Meals on Wheels program, which currently has over 200 older adults on the waitlist.                                                                                

Take advantage of our Early Bird Special: $100 per player, $400 per team, if you register by March 31st.  After March 31st, $125 per player, $500 per team.

Fee includes:
18 holes of golf, cart, continental breakfast, lunch, gift bag, fresh baked cookies at the turn, team photo, heavy Hors d’oeuvres, refreshments and silent auction after golf.  Just follow the links to our Golf Brochure, or to Register Online today!


Food for All – Home Delivered Meals for Everyone!


Do you want to avoid the perils of shopping in extreme weather conditions, struggling against icy roads, poor visibility and slippery walkways? Try Food for All, and have the meals come to you!

Food for All is an affordable, easy way to stay safe in your home while enjoying a variety of good, nutritious, made from scratch meals. Customers can choose from a variety of meals depending on dietary needs. Whether it’s for you or a loved one, all it takes is one call to 382-0515 to get the ball rolling. Best of all, you can start and stop anytime.

Food for All is excellent for friends or family recently discharged from the hospital, but not up to cooking for themselves.  Just click Food for All on our homepage’s left hand column, to see menus and prices. If your New Year’s resolution is to simplify your life, this is a great way to start!



The latest "Best of Care" Catalog is available on-line...

You can click here to view Southwest Michigan's premier catalog of resources for older adults. 

This outstanding publication is in high demand and now you can access it from anywhere via the web.  You can also pick up your free copy at our offices in Kalamazoo. 

We are located at 918 Jasper Street, just south of downtown Kalamazoo.  We are open Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Senior Safety Booklet is now available on-line...

CLICK HERE to view the latest edition of the Triad Senior Safety Tips booklet. For older adults and the people who care or them, this booklet is making the community safer, with 22 current safety topics, and several Kalamazoo County resources and directories.

You'll always be able to find the link to the Senior Safety Tips booklet in the column on the left side of every page of our website under the "Other Important Resources" heading.  You can also pick up free copies at our main offices at 918 Jasper Street in Kalamazoo during business hours. 

You can also contact Traci Furman at 269-382-0515, extension 123.


Now you can translate our website into the language of your choice. Simply select the language below and Google will translate our site for you.

Senior Services is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and is a long standing member of the Kalamazoo County Chamber of Commerce.  Senior Services is also accredited by the Better Business Bureau of West Michigan.








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