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One Call For All Resources 708-361-0219

 

Navigating the Aging Lifecycle

in South Suburban Cook County

 

Our services continue.

We are available at 708-361-0219.

 

PLOWS Council on Aging continues to operate remotely, conducting assessments and non-essential services over the phone. All events are taking place remotely and in-person events remain cancelled until further notice.

It is PLOWS Council on Aging’s priority to help ensure that clients, staff and volunteers remain healthy and well, while keeping to our commitment of providing quality human services to the community. We will continue to follow all health advisories as directed through resources such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization and the Illinois Department on Aging. In addition, we are maintaining ongoing communications with our community partners to ensure a collaborative approach to coordinated care. We will continue to remain flexible and respond accordingly as the situation evolves and encourage you to visit this website for more information.

On September 17, we co-sponsored a virtual presentation about the latest information about COVID-19 and Flu. Special thanks to Dr. Michael Ison, Professor, Divisions of Infectious Diseases and Organ Transplantation, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, for sharing compelling data and insights about COVID-19 and measures older adults can take to prepare for Fall/Winter.

 

See the slide presentation via this link:

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About Us

South Suburban Cook County's premier leader and connection to aging information & resources

  • Founded in 1975 -- it's our 45th anniversary!

  • Community services for 16,000 + people 60+ years & adults with disabilities living at home

 

  • Innovative & integrated solutions help older adults maintain health, dignity and self-worth in the community, ensuring independence in their homes for as long as possible

Our Services:

Adult Protective Services; Advocacy & Benefits; Caregiver Support; Care Planning; Choices for Care Program; Home-Delivered Meals; Information & Assistance; In-Home Services; Shared Housing

                        

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Communities We Serve

20 municipalities in Palos, Lemont, Orland and Worth (PLOW) Townships

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  • Alsip

  • Blue Island (north of 135th Street & west of Western)

  • Bridgeview (south of 87th Street)

  • Chicago Ridge  

  • Crestwood (north of 135th Street)

  • Evergreen Park

  • Hickory Hills

  • Hometown

  • Lemont  

  • Merrionette Park  

  • Oak Lawn  

  • Orland Hills  

  • Orland Park  

  • Palos Heights 

  • Palos Hills 

  • Palos Park 

  • Robbins (north of 135th Street & west of Western)  

  • Tinley Park (west of Harlem) 

  • Worth 

  • Willow Springs (south of 87th Street)

Get In Touch

 PLOWS Council on Aging

7808 West College Drive, 5th Floor

Palos Heights, IL 60463 

708-361-0219

Flexible Appointments 

Monday-Friday 9AM - 5PM 

 

Programs & services: Programs@plows.org

 

Make a gift/partner with us: Donations@plows.org

 

Full-time/part-time employment:Jobs@plows.org

 

Operations: BusinessServices@plows.org

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PLOWS Council on Aging

7808 West College Drive, 5th Floor

Palos Heights, IL 60463 

708-361-0219

Flexible Appointments Monday-Friday 9AM - 5PM 

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Funding for services is provided through AgeOptions, the Area Agency on Aging of suburban Cook County under Title III of the Older Americans Act as administered through the Illinois Department on Aging and the Federal Administration on Aging. Additional funding for services is generously provided by United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, CDBG of Cook County, CDBG of Oak Lawn and the Illinois Attorney General Violent Crime Victim Assistance. 

 

PLOWS Council on Aging does not discriminate in admission to programs or treatment of employment in programs or activities in compliance with the Illinois Human Rights Act, the U.S. Civil Rights Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, The Age Discrimination Act, The Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the U. S. and Illinois Constitution.  If you feel you have been discriminated against, you have a right to file a complaint.  For information, contact the PLOWS Council on Aging Civil Rights Coordinator at 708-361-0219.

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