This unit is tasked with developing programs and partnerships that will serve the unmet needs of our senior population in Montgomery County. We also deliver evidence-based programs mandated by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. These programs are free for all seniors.
For information about any of the below programs, please call or email Tracey Flynn at 610-278-3609.
In collaboration with the Montgomery County Office of Drug and Alcohol, we are currently conducting a survey throughout our county regarding drug and alcohol usage among seniors and their knowledge of these substances. We encourage all seniors over age 60 to participate in this survey. This survey is anonymous.
This program reviews skills for safe walking. It's about 30 minutes and is interactive for the participants. The community program development staff is happy to present this program to any group of seniors in the community. This is an extremely important program for safety.
We schedule drug take-back events for seniors throughout the county. If you are interested in future locations, please check this website regularly. We are also able to schedule events at locations where seniors gather.
Drug Take-Back events are hosted in collaboration with the Montgomery County Detectives and District Attorney’s Offices.
|Thursday - 8/15/2019||11:30am - 1:00pm||Generations of Indian Valley
259 North 2nd Street
Souderton, PA 18964
|Tuesday - 9/17/2019||11:30am - 1:00pm||Encore Experiences
312 Alumni Avenue
Harleysville, PA 19438
|Friday - 11/1/2019||11:30am - 1:00pm||Ambler SAAC
45 Forest Avenue
Ambler, PA 19002
The Montgomery County Commissioners, on the advice of the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, will call a Code Red Hot Weather Health Warning for Montgomery County based on a review of forecasts from the National Weather Service.
A Code Red Hot Weather Health Warning is issued in anticipation of an oppressively hot air mass with a heat index of 100ºF or greater. Such conditions have been associated with excess mortality, and residents should take precautions to prevent heat-related stress and exhaustion.
Those especially at risk are very young children, elderly adults, and people with chronic medical conditions and/or taking certain medications. Friends, relatives, or neighbors should check on people who may be at risk.
The Community Program Development unit has developed a program called #CheckOnASenior. We encourage all residents to check on their senior friends, relatives, and neighbors. We are happy to drop off flyers and postcards at any place to be distributed within the County or you can download and print yourself: