Senior Center

Carroll County Senior Services

Seniors are Our Business

A Non-Profit Service Organization


Want to Donate to CCSSO?

Here are some items we can always use:
Coffee(Regular and Decaffeniated)
Copy Paper
Paper cups
Coffee Creamer
Small Paper Plates
Cookies or other Snacks
Craft Items to sell
Cash always is acceptable.
Thank you for your conntinued support!


Our Veterans Coffe Hour continues each month on the first Friday of the month. All veterans and spouses are welcome to come and visit with other veterans, enjoy some refreshments and snacks. Our next Veterans Coffee Hour will be on April 6

Our next Holiday Closure
March 30 for Good Friday
Happy Easter.

Used Cell Phones
Carroll County Senior Services are collecting used cell phones for recycling these do not have to work and we do not need cords or boxes.
You may drop them off at the center during regular business hours.

Other County Sites
Illinois Department on Aging
Apply for Benefits Access Application (IL-1363) online. Get information on LIHEAP.
Check out other information that may be pertinent to your needs.
Apply for Extra Help online. Get information on your Social Security records.
Plan your retirement & calculate benefits. Get Medicare and Medicare Prescription information.
Check out qualifications for SSI. Find out how to replace your lost , stolen, and/or damaged card.
Check out your Current enrollment with Prescription coverage and/or compare plans.
Sign up for Prescription coverage. Check out Medicare Health Plans.
Get information on replacement Medicare card.
Open enrollment for Med D plans is October 15th thru December 7th.

Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
These websites are an informational resource created to help the elderly and
their loved ones who are concerned about nursing home abuse.
These sites cover everything from signs of nursing home abuse to what steps to take if you suspect abuse.

Senior Drug Watch Sites that talk about drug interactions and side effects from certain medicines. Senior Health Overview Blood Thinner and Blood Clot Information Elder Abuse