Indianapolis Senior Center Is Now Closed

After serving the needs of older adults in the Greater Indianapolis area for more than 50 years, the Indianapolis Senior Center (ISC) closed its doors at the end of June 2012. Please reference resources and referrals listed below for services previously provided by ISC.

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions (for Transportation and Meal Assistance, as well as additional Senior Resources)
4755 Kingsway Drive, Suite 200
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Main Office: (317) 254-5465
Main Office: (800) 489-9550
Fax: (317) 254-5494
Office Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Aging & Disability Resource Center
(317) 254-3660
(800) 432-2422
Relay Service: 711

Indy Creative Aging a program of CICOA.

Transportation: On July 1, CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions assumed operations of the ISC transportation program and is continuing service to all former ISC clients. CICOA also is seeking ways through public and private funding to expand the program’s capacity for meeting essential needs, wheelchair and shuttle services in Marion County. In addition, CICOA manages the New Freedom Transportation Voucher Program, which provides low-cost transportation vouchers to persons with a disability for medical and non-medical needs. As a non-profit Area Agency on Aging serving Central Indiana, CICOA supports a variety of services for area seniors, those living with disabilities, and family caregivers. For information about CICOA’s transportation services, call CICOA’s Director of Transportation Tiffany Carson at (317) 803-6153 or visit our transportation website.

Food Services: CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions also provides appetizing, nutritionally balanced meals to older adults either in their homes or at more than 30 neighborhood meal sites through its Meals & More program. Former ISC participants of the Meals & More lunch program are being directed to alternative locations. For a complete list of neighborhood meal sites, please visit our website or call (317) 803-6042.

Need Help? It is just a phone call away through Indiana 2-1-1. Dial 2-1-1 for food, counseling, employment and many other resources for social services support. Indiana 211 Partnership, Inc. (IN211) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building the 2-1-1 system for Indiana. The goal is to create a seamless network of information and referral services that enables anyone in Indiana in need of human services to have quick referrals to those who provide them by dialing 2-1-1.

The Senior Citizen’s Guide to Indianapolis is designed to help older adults and those with aging parents or family members find housing, health, financial, travel, entertainment, consumer services, and other senior-related resources in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, and Marion Counties in Indiana.

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