The Senior Center offers a variety of services ranging from assistance to those with physical conditions, to social and recreational programs and financial assistance.
Congregate Meals - A hot, delicious meal containing 1/3 of the recommended daily allowance is provided to participants 60 and over (or spouses of persons 60 and over) on a regular schedule in a congregate setting. Although there is no fixed fee for the meals, participants are given the opportunity to donate. Socialization with other participants is as important as nutrition at the center.
Home Delivered Meals - A hot, nutritious meal is prepared and delivered to participants who cannot attend a congregate setting due to health condition or physical disability.
Transportation - This service is available for seniors who have no transportation. Service is provided to medical facilities, for shopping purposes, to pay bills, to attend meals programs, etc.
Case Management - A complete physical and cognitive assessment is accomplished by a case manager for all homebound clients. A care plan is developed for each client, and referrals to appropriate service agencies are monitored. Reassessments are done on a regular basis to update client health conditions.
Legal Services - This service is provided to clients who need assistance preparing wills or the assistance of an attorney.
Socials and Activities - Monthly socials and activities such as pot lucks, sing-alongs, exercise, games, dominoes, cards, etcs. are planned and provided at the senior center. Trips are also scheduled to nearby centers and other tourist areas.
Medicare Counseling - This is provided by a trained counselor who answers questions pertaining to medicare and other related services.
Housekeeping - This service is is provided to clients who, by reason of health conditions cannot do their own cleaning. Housekeeping is usually done on a once-a-week basis.
Tax Service - Free income tax service is available for seniors and low-income households.
Adaptive Device Lending Library - Shower chairs, wheelchairs, crutches, etc., are available for community members to borrow.
Food Boxes - Providing approximately 50 boxes of food each month to area residents.
Round Valley Senior Center
356 S Papago St.
Springerville, AZ 85925
Phone: (928) 333-2516
for an appointment: Eulene ext. 228 or Lisa ext. 227
The NACOG (Northern Arizona Council of Governments) Utility Assistance, in conjunction with the Town of Springerville offers utility assistance (electric, propane, pellets and wood, as well as water deposits in certain cases) to those who qualify in the Round Valley area.
Documents required in order to receive assistance are as follows:
Drivers License for all adults/children over 16 (or Photo ID)
Birth certificate for applicant
SS cards for ALL household members, including children
Electric bill/ written quote for 100 gallons propane
Proof of income for last 30 days
*Current bank statement
Proof of residence/bill or document with physical address
All information must be provided before application can be completed.
Household income limit for the ¬last 30 days for LIHEAP is 60% of SMI for households sized 6 and under. For households sized 7 and over the income limit is 150% of FPG-FPL- UPDATD FOR SYF 2018.
NUMBER OF INCOME
1 - $1786
2 - $2335
3 - $2885
4 - $3435
5 - $3984
6 - $4534
7 - $4624
8 - $5165
9 - $5687
10 - $6210
11 - $6732
12 - $7255
For over 12 living in the household add $522