Community Supportive Living Services
The City of Solon provides an array services for its seniors, who may be eligible for the programs listed below. Contact the Solon Senior Center at 440-349-6363 for program specifics. If you are in need of Social Services, contact or request a consultation with Yvette Hasan, LSW.
In-Town Senior Transportation Service
Transportation is available within the City of Solon for Solon seniors and adults with disabilities. Transportation is available Monday through Friday, with pick-up times between 9 a.m. to 3:40 p.m.To register, call the Solon Senior Center.
Out-of-Town Senior Transportation Service
Transportation is available outside the City of Solon for Solon seniors and adults with disabilities. Services are provided by Senior Transportation Connection. To participate as a City of Solon resident, call the Solon Senior Center at 440-349-6363.
Social Work Consultation
Our social worker, Yvette Hasan, LSW is available for consults and visits with senior adults and their families to provide information and referrals to assist in accessing programs and making informed decisions regarding housing/living options, in-home care, home safety and maintenance, health insurance, prescription assistance programs, legal and financial issues. She is Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) certified in order to better assist you with health insurance selection, prescription assistance programs and questions. The Social Worker will provide local meal delivery options upon request. Call the Solon Senior Center, 440-349-6363 for questions or an appointment.
Support groups are available on a weekly or monthly basis to offer help and information. The following support groups are provided through the Solon Senior Center:
- Alzheimer’s Support
- Parkinson’s Support
- Grief Support
Contact Yvette Hasan, LSW for more information.
Senior Rubbish Collection
Rubbish collection at the door (garage or home entry door) is available for seniors and adults with disabilities, who have no other able bodied person residing with them. Rubbish is collected on a weekly basis for those unable to safely take their automated trash container to the curb. Contact Yvette Hasan, LSW for registration.
Additional Supportive Services
Additional community resources are available for older adults, adults with disabilities and residents with low income who meet program qualifications. Our Social Worker can assist in providing referrals to the following resources and more.
A program designed to improve the safety and independence of homeowners 60 and over. CARE provides non-complicated home project assistance, in the categories of yard care, home exterior projects, interior general housekeeping, home organizing, tech assistance and handy person projects through the use of supervised volunteers.
Membership in the CARE program provides a limited number of services per year. Sliding scale memberships are available. For more information on how to become a member, visit the CARE website or call 216-970-0599.
Only a phone call away, all you need to do is dial 211 on your telephone to receive referrals to assist with your needs. The United Way resource line is available 24 hours a day.
Adult Protective Services (APS) is available to protect and assist adults 60 + who may be victims of abuse, neglect, self-neglect and/or financial exploitation. Allegations of abuse concerning vulnerable adults 18+ are investigated. Once a case is substantiated, social services workers provide case management, including referrals to community services, such as home support, temporary shelter, meals, medical care, financial counseling and more. If you suspect that an elderly Cuyahoga resident is the victim of abuse, neglect, self-neglect or exploitation, report it. Call the Elder Abuse Hotline at (216)420-6700.
The Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging (WRAAA) is a private nonprofit corporation and was organized and designated by the State of Ohio to be the planning, coordinating, and administrative agency for federal and state aging programs in Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain and Medina counties. The WRAAA continues to expand our service portfolio in the long-term and healthcare delivery systems. Phone (800) 626-7277
The mission of the Division of Senior and Adult Services is to empower seniors and adults with disabilities to age successfully by providing resources and support that preserve their independence. Phone (216) 420-6750
A variety of financial assistance and low/no interest housing rehabilitation, down payment and mortgage loan programs such as Housing Loan Program for Seniors, Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program, H.E.L.P and more are available for qualifying Solon residents through the Cuyahoga County of Development. Repayment conditions vary based on financial qualifications. For further information contact the Cuyahoga County Department of Development, 216-443-7260, 216-443-8079. For online access, click on HOUSING after you reach the website.