Helpful Links and Information
Westlake Meals on Wheels and our associated programs do not necessarily endorse these organizations. Their mission and policies may differ from our own. We provide these links for information and reference only.
We are always looking to expand this section. If there’s an organization we should consider, please forward it to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please include the link, a short reason we should consider it and a way to contact you in case the link does not work.
Community and Government Links
Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services
Meals on Wheels America
Westlake – City Services
North Olmsted – City Services
Olmsted Falls – City Service
Olmsted Township – Township Services
Olmsted Community Center
Health & Wellness Information
American Cancer Society
American Chronic Pain Association
American Heart Association
Consumer Safety – source for recall and safety information
Exercise & Physical Activity
Managing Older Parents’ Finances
National Institute of HealthNursing Home Abuse Center
Nursing Home Abuse
LINKS FOR WESTLAKE RESIDENTS
Are you Okay? Home Calling Services
Westlake Police Department works in conjunction with the Westlake Center for Community Services to manage the free home check calling service Are You Okay?TM for senior citizens and other qualified residents.
The Community Services Department offers programs and activities to enrich the lives of the 50 plus population at Westlake Center and provides a system of social services for Westlake residents of all ages. A variety of social, educational and recreational activities are offered as well as health screenings.
City of Westlake Resources
Resources include information about home health care, adult day care, senior housing, Meals on Wheels, alternative transportation, employment options, Ohio Benefit Bank, and geriatric assessments.
LINKS FOR NORTH OLMSTED RESIDENTS
The mission of the North Olmsted Division of Aging/Senior Center, a community focal point, and multi-purpose Senior Center is to stimulate the intellectual, physical and spiritual well being of participants by providing supportive and innovative service that help maintain the independence and dignity of those 55 years and older.
Are you Okay? HOME CALLING SERVICE
The North Olmsted Police Department offers this free telephone reassurance program consisting of daily check-in phone calls for older residents. Choose a time you would like to be checked in on every day and the department will contact you to ask “Are You Ok?” If you do not answer after two attempts an officer will be dispatched to your home to check on you. Please call the non-emergency number of the North Olmsted Police Department at 440-777-3535 for more information and an application.
City of North Olmsted Helpful Resources
Helpful Links, Forms & Application
LINKS FOR OLMSTED FALLS RESIDENTS
LINKS FOR OLMSTED TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS
Last updated: March 22, 2020 at 12:22 pm