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Blood Pressure Screenings
Free blood pressure screenings are available at both Fire Stations in Lombard. Appointments are not necessary but screenings are subject to personnel availability. Questions? Call (630) 620-5736.

Caregiver Support Programs
Caregivers need a network of support to help them do their jobs better. Information and assistance connects caregivers to the necessary service agencies that can help. Counseling, support groups, education and training referrals are also available.

For more information, call 1-800-528-2000 or go to the Northeastern Illinois Area Agency on Aging website

DuPage County Homeless Continuum of Care 

DuPage County Health Department 

DuPage County Senior Citizen Services
(630) 407-6500
Services provided:
  • Case Management
  • Choices for Care
  • Community Care
  • Elder Abuse and Neglect
  • Family Caregiver Support Programs
  • Home Delivered Meals
  • Information and Assistance
  • Long Term Care
  • Money Management
  • Outreach
  • Residential Repair and Renovation
  • Senior Transportation 

DuPage Senior Citizens Council

Provides information on the nonprofit organization that provides educational adventures in lifelong learning through domestic and global educational travel programs. 

ESSE Adult Day Care Center 

Food and Drug Administration
Provides information on FDA news, food safety, consumer advice and food labeling. 

Helen Plum Library 
The Helen Plum Library has a great deal of programs and services available for seniors. The following is a brief synopsis of some of these programs:

Adult Book Discussion Groups
The "Friends of the Library" book discussion is available to all adults. Groups meet on the third Thursday of the month at 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The same book is discussed in both sessions. Copies of the selected titles are available at the Circulation Desk.

Adult Programs
Throughout the year, Adult Services offers various adult educational and recreational programs on Sunday afternoons. Please contact Adult Services at (630) 627-0316 to learn more about these programs.

College of DuPage Continuing Education – Lifelong Learning
Lifelong Learning classes are designed especially for adults 55 and over, with a reduced senior rate. Explore topics areas such as art, hobby, health and wellness, humanities and more. Offerings have included bridge, digital camera basics, computer skills, painting and tai chi as well a variety of historical seminars. Free lunch lectures are also available throughout the term. Go to or write to .

Lyric Opera Lecture Series
This special series, sponsored by the "Friends of the Library" are held on Tuesday evenings during the opera season. Speakers discuss the operas to be performed by the Chicago Lyric Opera. This is a free series and a good way to keep in touch with the Lyric Opera.

Large Print Books
The Library has a collection of large print books that can be found in the front of the library near the Circulation Desk. Large print books can also be obtained from other libraries.

"Reserve A Librarian"
The "Reserve A Librarian" service invites cardholders to schedule an hour-long session with a librarian to learn how to use an online resource, discover all that the library offers or to do research.

Big Print Computer
A computer with a magnifier setting that can access the online catalog, the internet, Microsoft Access and Excel as well as other software is available. The big print computer is located near the Adult Services Desk.

Telesensory Machine
The telesensory machine is a magnifier for patrons with moderate to severe visual limitations. Material is placed on the glass and magnified on a screen above, allowing for independent reading. The telesensory machine is available for use in the library only.

Homebound Program
The Homebound Program is available to all Lombard residents who are confined to home either permanently or temporarily. The Helen Plum Library sponsors this free service with volunteers provided by the Tri-Town YMCA. A library card gives complete access to books (new releases and old favorites), large print books, books on tape or CD, music CDs and DVDs. All materials are delivered and picked up on a monthly rotation. A personal volunteer can help make selections if preferred. For more information about this service, please contact the Helen Plum Library at (630) 627-0316 or the Tri-Town YMCA at (630) 629-9622.

Voices of Vision Talking Books
The Voices of Vision Talking Book Center is located at the DuPage Library System in Geneva and is sponsored by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped through the Library of Congress. This service offers a special cassette player and specially formatted cassettes through the mail free of charge. To find out more about this low vision program, contact the Helen Plum Library for an application. 

Lombard Fire Department
Dial 9-1-1 for EMERGENCIES
Services provided:
  • Building Permits
  • Changing A Smoke Detector Battery
  • Construction Fraud
  • Education--CPR, First Aid, High-Rise Safety, Fire Prevention, Emergency Procedures
  • Hanging A Smoke Detector
  • Hazard Check
  • Home Safety Survey
  • Knox Box
  • Phone Checks
  • Smoke Detector Awareness
  • Vial Of Life
  • Well-Being Check

Lombard Police Department 
Dial 9-1-1 for EMERGENCIES
Services provided: 
  • Elder Service Officers
  • Identity Theft
  • Scams and Fraud

Lombard Senior Fair
This is held annually in the fall and sponsored by the Village's Community Relations Committee. More information may be requested by email.

Lombard "Senior of the Year" Awards
Presented annually to one man and one woman at the Senior Fair, these awards strive to recognize senior citizens who have given back to the community. More information on these awards may be requested by email

Meals On Wheels 

Medicare Information 

Metropolitan Family Services
(630) 784-4840
Services provided:

  • 60 Women's Support Groups
  • Caregiver Counseling and Education
  • Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group
  • In-Home Counseling
  • Psychosocial Assessment
  • Respite Care
  • Senior Counseling and Mental Health 

National Council of Aging
Promotes vital aging in America with an emphasis on information for seniors. 

Chase Place/ Senior Home Sharing
A shared neighborhood home, across from Montini Catholic High School, for seniors 62+ who are independent but could benefit from living with other seniors and enjoying three meals prepared for them each day. Residents have a private room and use of common areas. A live-in residence manager also cleans, provides medication reminders, and helps everyone stay safe and thrive during their golden years. For more information, call the non-profit’s main office at (630) 407-0440.

Senior Net
Provides information and instruction about computer technologies.

Transportation Information
Seniors Ride Free--Free Mass Transit In Illinois
The Lombard Village Hall is a registration center for the RTA Seniors Ride Free Program. This program is available to SENIORS ONLY and is free of charge. To help complete your application, please bring with you a government issued photo ID card that verifies your age. In addition, you will also need a photo of yourself that is approximately passport size (1 ½"square). Please note that no hats or sunglasses may be worn in the photo. If needed, a photo of the applicant can be taken at the Lombard Village Hall at the time of application. 

Social Security Administration
Provides information on disability, medicare and information about general social security benefits. 

Taxi Subsidy Program 

Tri-Town YMCA
(630) 629-YMCA (9622)
Services provided: 
  • Homebound Book Delivery
  • Senior Fitness
  • Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
  • Senior Water Exercise
  • Sunshine Calls
VITAS Innovative Hospice Care
Hospice volunteers give their time to terminally ill patients and their caregivers during a critical time. In orientation classes, they are trained in listening skills, family dynamics and the right words to say to patients and their loved ones at the end of life.
VITAS Innovative Hospice Care is the nation's largest provider or end-of-life care. A pioneer and leader in the hospice movement since 1978, VITAS has been caring for the terminally ill and their families in the Chicagoland area since 1988. 

York Township
Find out about more services that York Township has to offer.

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