The Community Council on Aging

The Gainesville Hall County Community Council on Aging was formed in 1985 to gather information, advocate for seniors and provide funding assistance for Meals on Wheels and other programs for seniors. A 501c3 nonprofit organization, The Council meets monthly at the Gainesville Hall County Community Service Center. The Council is made up of area professionals who work in Senior Care as well as Volunteers from the community who care about the issues of Aging and advocate for coordinated community efforts.

For more information contact: Dana Chapman at The Guest House – 770-535-1487


The Gainesville Hall County Senior Life Center

The Gainesville Hall County Senior Life Center, a nationally accredited senior center is open to persons 60 years of age or older who reside in Hall County. As a wellness and nutrition site, the Senior Life Center features a cardio fitness room, weekly exercise classes, blood pressure screenings, and a nutritious hot lunch.

www.gainesville.org/senior-life-center

430 Prior Street SE
Gainesville, GA. 30501

Phone: 770-503-3330


The North Georgia Senior Provider Network

The North Georgia Senior Resources is an organization that enables representatives of companies providing services or products to the senior community to meet and share opportunities and information. One of the best ways for providers and professionals to stay connected to local trends in senior living is through networking meetings.

www.northgeorgiaseniorresources.com

Call Dana Chapman at 770-535-1487 for further information


Alzheimer’s Association – Georgia Chapter

Your partner in caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease. The Georgia Chapter offers a wide range of services designed to meet the unique needs of families caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease.

Phone: 1-800-272-3900

www.alzga.org


Eastside Heritage Center

Senior Mental Health Inpatient Program – A service of Emory Eastside Medical Center which helps to restore the ability of older adults to live and function as fully as possible and to adapt to the complexities of aging. The Senior Mental Health Inpatient Program is a comprehensive, psychiatrist-supervised service for older adults who are suffering from emotional problems. The skilled professionals can help patients and their family members who are struggling with problems such as confusion, depression, memory loss, mood swings, anxiety, frequent medical problems, withdrawal or isolation from others.

2160 Fountain Drive
Snellville, GA 30078

Phone: 770-985-6470

www.eastsidemedical.com/service/senior-mental-health-services


The Medical Center Foundation

The Medical Center Foundation cultivates relationships to build a healthier northeast Georgia by encouraging health-based philanthropy. The Foundation helps make our community a better place to live and works to ensure that the region benefits from the services and amenities that make a “good hospital a great hospital.”

2150 Limestone Parkway
Suite 115
Gainesville, GA 30501

Phone: 770-219-8099
Fax: 770-219-8124

www.TheMedicalCenterFoundation.org


Legacy Link, Inc. – Area Agency on Aging (AAA)

The Legacy Link, Inc. is designated by the Georgia Department of Human Resources as the “Area Agency on Aging (AAA)” for the 13 county region including Banks, Dawson, Forsyth, Franklin, Habersham, Hall, Hart, Lumpkin, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union and White counties. The AAA can provide advocacy for seniors and families.

Mundy Mill Rd.
Oakwood, GA.

Phone: 770-538-2650
Toll Free: 1-800-845-LINK

www.legacylink.org