Senior and Community Services
If you are interested in becoming a donor for the 2020 Adopt A Family/Adult Program, click to find out how to get involved. Read on...
Family members of all ages are invited to celebrate Halloween “2020-style” on Thursday, Oct. 29, at 10:30 a.m. (weather permitting) at the Westlake Community Services Center. Read on...
Staff at the Senior and Community Services Center distributed free hot meals to Westlake seniors on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The event was part of an area-wide effort initiated by the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging. Read on...
The Westlake Senior and Community Services Center hosted its first Drive-in-Bingo event in the parking in front of the building. Winners received prizes of flowers and toiletries courtesy of Foundations Health Solutions. Read on...
Easter Food Distribution
Donation and Sponsorship Opportunities
Annual Sponsorship Breakfast
The annual Sponsorship Breakfast is held each November where current and prospective sponsors can see the events and activities available for sponsorship in the following year. A sponsorship might be providing centerpieces or giveaways, underwriting a speaker's or entertainer's fee or underwriting a lunch where opportunities are available for small group activities of 10 to larger groups over 100. The breakfast also provides an opportunity for sponsors to network.
Opens a New Wind
Serving Westlake Residents of All Ages
The Senior and Community Services Department offers programs and activities to enrich the lives of the 50-plus population at Westlake Center and provides a system of social services for Westlake residents of all ages. A variety of social, educational and recreational activities are offered as well as health screenings and other wellness programs.
The social service staff of the department serves as a resource for information, emergency food for qualified Westlake residents, discount program applications and offers a daily safety phone check and transportation for older and disabled adults.
Featured Event: 2020 Chili Cook-Off Highlights
Second Place honors went to Sunrise Senior Living and Third Place went to the Community Services Center.
Once again, the judge’s table consisted of Mayor Dennis Clough, Police Chief Kevin Bielozer, Assistant Fire Chief Mike Freeman, Economic Development Manager Michelle Boczek and Ward 1 Councilperson Lynda Appel.