Resource guide for adults 50-plus in the St. Louis area:

Jewish Family & Children’s Service ( The agency offers several programs for older adults including in-home and caregiving services and money management. It also oversees the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry. 314-993-1000

Elderlink ( A coordinated referral service for Jewish older adults, their children and caregivers. 314-812-9300

Jewish Community Center ( The agency partners with key adult education programs such as OASIS and provides services through its Adult Day Center to delivering nutritious kosher meals to the elderly still living at home. 314-432-5700

St. Louis NORC ( Supports the healthy aging of adults 65-plus in their own homes by providing opportunities for meaningful community involvement and increased access to support services. Managed by Jewish Federation, St. Louis NORC operates within a three-mile service neighborhood in the Creve Coeur area. 314-442-3859.

STL Village ( Its mission is to enhance the quality of life of people age 50-plus wanting to live at home and stay active. Membership area includes neighborhoods within the borders of Page Boulevard, Vandeventer Boulevard, Clayton Avenue and Big Bend Boulevard. 314-802 0275

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Covenant Place ( Covenant Place, located on the campus of the Jewish Community Center in Creve Coeur, offers adults 62-plus enriching programs, recreation and affordable housing. 314-432-1610

Crown Center for Senior Living ( Located in University City, this senior living center for those 62-plus offers housing and various enrichment programs. It also has a kosher delivery program for those 60 and older who meet eligibility requirements and live east of I-170. 314-991-2055

St. Louis Area on Aging ( Services for older adults in the City of St. Louis. Call 314- 612-5918.

Mid-East Agency of Aging ( Programs for residents age 60 and older living in St. Louis County or St. Charles, Franklin or Jefferson counties. 636-207-0847 in St. Louis County or 800-243-6060 in St. Charles, Jefferson or Franklin counties.

OATS ( Group transportation for people 60 and older and the permanently disabled who live in St. Louis County or St. Charles, Franklin or Jefferson counties to hospitals, doctors, businesses and essential shopping. 314-894-1701.

St. Louis County Older Resident’s Program ( Transportation, home help and maintenance, in-home visiting, legal assistance and other programs for county residents 60 and older through the county’s Department of Human Services. Volunteer opportunities available. 314-615-4516.