2023 Senior Farmer's Market

The Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging is happy to administer the SFMNP again this year. The SFMNP is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Ohio Department of Aging (ODA) and the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging (WRAAA)

Ten $5.00 coupons per person will be available on a  first-come, first-served basis starting at 7:30a.m. June 27 at the Senior Center. Coupons may be used at participating farm markets and stands for fresh fruit, vegetables and honey. There is no guarantee that you will receive coupons even if you are eligible for this program. Contact us for further information.

Applications are available now. You can pick one up at the Senior Center or download it Click HERE.

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Visit our Full Service Senior Center!

Medina County Office for Older Adults has a full service senior center available to all residents of the County! Our daily offerings include lunches, exercise classes, billiards, educational opportunities, art classes, support groups, entertainment and health checks. We have recently renovated the space with new carpet and paint. We have no touch computer check-in and many sanitizing stations to keep everyone safe. We look forward to welcoming you into the center – call or stop by today!

Visit our Full Service Senior Center!

Strategic Plan

You can read and download the Strategic Plan here.

The past three years have been challenging to be sure, but also extremely successful in many ways. We discovered as an agency that we can adapt our services to continue to meet the needs of seniors in the community. We developed new programming in 2020, such as Shop for a Senior, which later fit perfectly into our new volunteer program, Compassion in Action, which began in 2022. We were able to bring Medina County Adult Protective Service under the MCOOA umbrella in 2021. Having these services as part of MCOOA expands the wrap around services available to seniors of Medina County.

The agency began the 2023-2025 strategic planning session with a community survey in September 2022. These survey results were taken and discussed at our strategic planning session, which took place on October 5, 2022. The strategic planning team included senior center participants, staff, advisory council members and foundation board members. The report before you is a result of the survey and the work session.

Take this opportunity to read through the document and see the improvements, changes and expansions that we are planning over the next three years. We continue to strive for the best for the seniors of Medina County.

Strategic Plan