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Keeping older adults healthy and active in the community

Our services, programs and advocacy help older adults and their caregivers to be resilient. They are designed to keep individuals healthy and in the community.  

For questions about our services, please call our team at 816-421-4980. You will be asked a few questions to determine your needs and eligibility.

Caregiver provides lunch to older adult

In-Home Services

In-home services include light housekeeping, chores and personal care, such as assistance with bathing.

Young man delivering meal to older adult at home

Home-Delivered Meals

MARC works with vendors to deliver meals to homebound older adults in Cass, Clay, Jackson, Platte and Ray counties in Missouri. The quality, nutritional value and portion size of these home-delivered meals are evaluated by dieticians to ensure they meet the needs of recipients.

Older adults eating a meal at a senior center

Meals Together

Meals are offered at sites throughout our area. At some sites, fresh salad bar options are available. Meals Together offers a healthy, low-cost option for those who are able to leave their homes.

An older adult, caregiver and doctor look over paperwork

Long-term Care Ombudsman program

An ombudsman is a neutral, third-party representative who can listen to concerns about care or quality of life for residents of long-term care facilities, and advocates for them. MARC’s trained community volunteers respond to requests from residents, family members or long-term care facilities.

Man in wheelchair being lowered on van lift

Transportation 

We contract with local transportation companies to provide transportation for needed trips, such as to the grocery store, to the doctor’s office or other destinations. A consumer-directed program for lift-ramp vehicles is available for individuals requiring the use of mobility devices.