ANTELOPE VALLEY SENIOR CENTER IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19
Home delivered meal service for seniors will continue; however, our delivery model has changed. To limit contact between meal delivery drivers and homebound participants, meal delivery will be limited to one day per week rather than five. We have instituted a “no contact” meal delivery system and instructed drivers to keep a distance of at least six feet from those who are receiving meals.
For information on home delivered meal service for seniors, call 530/495-2323
In Mono County, we offer a wide array of services to older adults. Our goal is to help older adults live healthy, independent lives.
To serve our senior population Mono County operates the following programs:
- Nutrition Programs (Congregate and Home Delivery)
- Senior Center Activities
- Healthy Ideas Program
- Information & Assistance
The Antelope Valley Senior Center is a hub for senior activities and provides local seniors with much more than just a gathering place. Paid staff provide assistance and make the community senior center "user friendly".
Antelope Valley Senior Center offers congregate meals, where seniors can enjoy camaraderie and a low-cost, hot, nutritious meal in a pleasant atmosphere.
Antelope Valley Senior Center, 399 Mule Deer Road, Walker, CA 96107
Phone: (530) 495-2323
Days of Operation: Mon-Fri, Hours: 7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (Temporarily closed to the public. Please call us if you need assistance.)
Antelope Valley Thrift Store & Recycling is located next to the Senior Center. Some of the proceeds from the store helps to provide materials and supplies for the Senior Center
Meals on Wheels is the home delivery meals program provided for adults age 60 and above. Five hot and/or frozen meals are delivered to home-bound or isolated participants weekly in all of the communities throughout Mono County.
Transportation Services are available for home-bound or isolated individuals and provide seniors with transportation to their non-emergency medical appointments and other support services.
Bus Passes are also available for access to community resources.
Healthy Ideas (Identifying Depression, Empowering Activities for Seniors) ensures older adults get the help they need to manage symptoms of depression and live full lives.
Healthy IDEAS improves quality of life by:
- Screening for symptoms of depression and assessing their severity
- Educating older adults and caregivers about depression
- Linking older adults to primary care and mental health providers
- Empowering older adults to manage their depression through a behavioral activation approach that encourages involvement in meaningful activities
Eastern Sierra Area Agency on Aging (ESAAA) also provides additional services such as:
- Telephone Reassurance
- Family Caregiver Support Program
- Long-term Care Ombudsman Services
- Legal Assistance
Visit their website at the following link: Eastern Sierra Area Agency on Aging
For more information on any of our Senior Program contact us at 530-495-2323 or 530-495-1262.
In Home Supportive Services (IHSS) program provides services to assist eligible aged or blind persons or persons with disabilities who are unable to remain safely in their own homes without this assistance. Read More
Mono County Acccess & Functional Needs (AFN) Registry
This registry website allows residents with access and functional needs an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies so those agencies can better serve them in a disaster or other emergencies.