The Heart of Senior Citizen Services (HSCS) is a non-profit (c) 3 organization dedicated to helping older residents of Genesee County accept and maintain the dimensions of “Wellness”, Independence and Dignity as their lifestyle.
The HSCS is a private 501 (c)3 non-profit agency funded through donations, fundraisers, grants, Mt. Morris Township, Federal Community Block Grants, Michigan Department of Transportation.
"This program and / or service is fully or partially funded by Genesee County Senior Millage funds. Your tax Dollars are at work."
Genesee County Commission on Aging
Genesee County Senior Directors Association
Genesee County Senior Winter Games Board of Directors
Michigan Association of Senior Centers
Michigan Nonprofit Association
National Council on Aging
Board of Directors:
Johnnie Sue Petrich, President
Deacon Jim Brown, Vice President
Brenda Ashley, Treasurer
Ken Sies, Secretary
Larry Green, Executive Trustee
Lynn DeVoll, Trustee
Dale Daron, Trustee
Valorie Horton, Trustee
Ingrid Lewis, Trustee
Elizabeth Melchor, Trustee
Ronda Simpson, Trustee
Rubina Tevis, Trustee
Board meetings are held monthly on the 3rd Monday at 4 p.m. Our Annual Meeting is held on the 3rd Monday in January at 4 p.m.
Services We Offer: See the monthly newsletter for day and times
Blood Pressure/ Blood Sugar Screening
Sit & Get Fit
Movin' & Groovin"
MMAP (Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program)
Veteran Benefit Assistance
Commodity Surplus Food Program – 3rd Wednesday of the month.
AARP Income Tax Program
Home cooked meals on Tuesdays. Must sign up by 12 noon the Friday before.
Woodcraft Project Classes
Arts and Crafts Classes
Recycling Programs – Battery drop-off
The Senior Center has a care closet where items may be rented with a refundable deposit if available. Deposits are $5-$25 depending on item. Items may include wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches, shower chairs/benches, etc.
Movin & Grovin
Weekly dance with
And many, many more…
Call 810-785-2270 to make an appointment. The cost is $5 per subject
If you need a ride to the center, doctor, or grocery store and live in the Mt. Morris service area call Krapohl Senior Center to schedule a ride. You must schedule at least a minimum of 24 hours. The earlier the better. Availability is based on a first come, first serve system. Rides are $2.00 each way. Riders who need to make additional stops are charged $.50 per stop that is not on your direct route.
Senior Grocery Shopping Service is available to Walmart on the 2nd Wednesday and Kroger on the 4th Wednesday.
Everyone is welcome however; we can only provide certain services to people 50 and 60 years of age and who live in Genesee County.