Additional Aging Services Information


For seniors age 60 and over, the Senior Center provides transportation to and from the center for activities and congregate meals.  Please call 706-769-3979 for more information. Must be a county resident.

Nutrition and Food Insecurity  

More seniors every year are experiencing food insecurity.  The number of older adults in Georgia who currently face the threat of hunger is more than 300,000. 

At the Oconee County Senior Center, congregate meals are served on a daily basis Monday-Thursday.  Meals on Wheels Service is available Monday-Friday. For more information, please click here for Meal Services.

The Senior Center provides nutritional information through monthly programs and through the monthly newsletter “Seniors Taking Charge.”

Links to additional nutrition and food insecurity information

SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Brochure (PDF)

Application for Benefits (SNAP) (PDF)

Oconee Area Food Resources (PDF)

2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (PDF)

Northeast Georgia Area Agency on Aging

Some of the areas where the AAA can assist include community based programs (senior centers, meals on wheels, transportation, etc.), employment and training, home based services (housekeeping, caregiver respite care, etc.), housing options and advocacy, and Medicare counseling.   

Please call the Aging Resource Connection at 706-583-2546 or 800-474-7540 to explore options for senior assistance.

Links to additional information for seniors

Georgia Division of Aging Services

2021 Benefits Guide for Older Georgians (PDF)

Alzheimer's Day Health and Respite Service (Athens Community Council on Aging) -    706-549-4850

Legal Services Program - 706-369-7147

Advantage Behavioral Crisis Walk In - 706-583-7307

Georgia Crisis Access Line - 800-715-4225