|Who We Are|
York County Council on Aging is a private nonprofit organization with accomplished staff members and dedicated volunteers who are passionately committed to providing coordinated services, reliable resources and quality choices for older individuals and families who need assistance with an elderly loved one.
We offer and coordinate home care, senior centers, senior volunteers as well as other volunteer programs, transportation, meal delivery and homemaker services.
Regardless of income or demographics, the needs of seniors are similar, and York County Council on Aging is here to help. We accept private pay clients, and also those receiving Federal assistance. If you or your senior loved one needs additional services, check out what we have to offer.
Last year, the York County Council on Aging provided 131,258 meals to area seniors. We spent 6,638 hours performing light housekeeping services for homebound seniors. We documented 14,091 hours of physical fitness training, and provided 555,447 miles of transportation to critical destinations such as doctor appointments, dialysis treatments, pharmacy, grocery store and more.
Whether your needs are temporary or long-term, York County Council on Aging is here to help.
The mission of the York County Council on Aging is to serve as a focal point for the provision and coordination of a broad range of services and activities for senior adults in York and Chester Counties. We strive to improve health and wellness, decrease isolation and provide assistance to seniors that will enhance their ability to live independently, remain out of institutions and improve the quality of their lives. These services include, but are not limited to: group dining, home delivered meals, home care, physical fitness, housing, volunteer services, and the operation of a coordinated transportation service that includes senior, contract,