We’re closed to the public, but we’re still here for you!

Although things have begun opening up in our communities, for the health and safety of our clients and team members, Senior Services’ doors remain closed to the public. Our team members and volunteers are still serving clients during our regular business hours.

Please call us at 269-382-0515 for assistance.

Thank you for your patience during this time.

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News & Resources

Commodities Supplemental Food Program

The Commodities Supplemental Food Program is run collectively by Senior Services of Southwest Michigan, Kalamazoo Loaves and Fishes, the Salvation Army, and Area Agency on Aging Region 3A. It offers income eligible seniors living in Kalamazoo County access to additional groceries once per month. Commodities distributions happen on the first Wednesday of each month at…

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New Grant to Support Seniors and their Pets

Senior Services of Southwest Michigan is proud to announce that it has received a $5000 Meals on Wheels Loves Pets grant through Meals on Wheels America, for its pet support program, Pet Food Bank. Funding will be used to provide food and supplies for the pets of Meals on Wheels clients, which can often be…

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Young Community Member Raises Funds for Meals on Wheels

It seems as if the coronavirus pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives. All lines of work, all ages of people, how we educate and even gather to exercise. Girls on the Run of Greater Kalamazoo (GOTR) was no exception. They had to make the hard decision to halt in-person programming and cancel their…

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Home Repair that Feels Good

Did you know that Senior Services of Southwest Michigan offers Home Repair services? Yeah, we do that too! Having a safe home is as equally important as our physical and mental health. We receive funding from several sources, including the City of Kalamazoo, to build ramps and railings and just about any minor home repair…

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Older Americans Month 2020: Make Your Mark

Around the nation, older adults make their marks every day as volunteers, employees, employers, parents, grandparents, mentors, and advocates. They offer their time, talents, and experience to the benefit of our communities. For 57 years, Older Americans Month (OAM) has been a special time to recognize these contributions. Led by the Administration for Community Living…

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We’re open and here for you!

In response to Gov. Whitmer’s recent signing of the Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order 2020-21 on March 23, Senior Services is now classified as an essential services employer due to the critical nature of the services we provide. Therefore, we will continue providing critical services to our clients, with modifications to keep all parties…

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