|SPRINGFIELD VERMONT SENIOR CENTER|
Council on Aging
Tel. No.: 802-885-2655 or 1-800-642-5119
For information regarding case management, housing, congregate meals, senior companion program, health insurance assistance, transportation, advocacy, legal assistance, respite grants, care giver resources and more. This website was constructed by Frank Brunot thanks to a Successful Aging Grant from the Council on Aging of Southeastern Vermont.
Click the following link for the Council On Aging home page.
Vermont Senior Citizens' Law Project
Tel No.: 802-885-5181
Connecticut River Transportation
Tel. No.: 802-460-7433
Meals on Wheels
Tel. No.: 802-885-5879
Serving the towns of Springfield, Chester, Andover, Baltimore and Weathersfield. Meals and Wheels of Greater Springfield, Inc. is a non-profit community service designed to help seniors maintain their independence as they face difficulties related to aging. A hot meal delivered daily by a friendly volunteer may be just enough support to enable someone to continue to live independently in their own home. For those who enjoy dining in the company of others, we also provide a congregate meal from 11:30 to 12:30 Monday through Friday at the meal site on the corner of Union and Southridge in Springfield. For more information on the congregate lunch or home delivered programs please call 885-5879.
River Valley Cafe
Tel. No.: 802-885-8346
Through a program between the Council on Aging of Southeastern Vermont and the River Valley Technical Center's Culinary Arts Program seniors 60 and over can go to the River Valley Cafe in the Howard Dean Center for a delicious lunch consisting of salad, rolls, choice of entree, choice of dessert and beverage for only $4.00. This is only on Wednesdays and Thursdays while school is in session from 12 noon to 1 p.m. For a preview of the week's menu please visit www.rvtc.org or you can call 802-885-8346 and listen for the recorded menu. When schools close for snow days, the Cafe is closed.