1901 Tom Merwin Drive
PO Box 376
Mendota, IL 61342
Call Us at 815-539-7700, 815-539-9673, or 1-800-535-5970
Welcome to Mendota Area Senior Services

  We are here for you, you are here for us!  Each day is a treasure.
Serving:
Adams•Earl•Freedom•Mendota•Meriden
Mission•Northville•Ophir•Serena•Troy Grove
Fax: 815-538-2049  -  Email: massinc78@yahoo.com
Website: www.mendotaareaservices.org       
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Senior Health Insurance Program (S.H.I.P.)
If you need assistance with Medicare, Supplemental Insurance, Med D plans, LIS, Medicaid, or other programs, MASS can help. Trained staff members are available by appointment. For assistance or to set up an appointment, call the MASS office at 815-539-7700.
Outreach Canvassing
Benefit Access Participant Reminder
All participants who qualify for the Benefit Access program, formerly Circuit Breaker, are able to file their 2017 application for the discount on their license plate sticker. A one-time discount of $75 will be given each year. Call Mendota Area Senior Services at 815-539-7700 to schedule an appointment. MASS will also have an Outreach worker available at the monthly outreach sites throughout our area.
MASS continually canvasses door-to-door throughout the ten township area. MASS is happy to assist any person over the age of 60 in obtaining access to the services available to them.  MASS does not solicit funds in this program.

Outreach Informational Sites
MASS has Outreach sites set up in Earlville, Leland, Sheridan, Somonauk, and Sandwich to assist you on the following days and times:

Adams Township Building in Leland
Every 3rd Wednesday.....................................9:30 - 11:30 AM ​ 

Earlville Library
Every 3rd Wednesday.....................................1:00 - 3:00 PM    

Robert W. Rowe Library in Sheridan
Every 4th Wednesday.....................................1:00 - 3:00 PM

Fox Valley Older Adults Center in Sandwich
Every 2nd Wednesday...................................10:00 - 3:00 PM

Somonauk Library in Somonauk
Wednesday, June 28th................................10:00 - 12:00 Noon

Wildwood Community Building in Sandwich
Wednesday, May 24th & July 26th.................9:30 - 11:30 AM

* Be sure to check the calendar for exact dates and any possible changes*

Aging and Disability Resource Network Partner Agencies
Aging and Disability Resource Network
About the ADRN

A collaborative partnership of community agencies who served older adults and/or adults 18 years of age or older with a disability. Any adult may access Information and Assistance to understand what community services may be available to meet their needs at any of these agencies and receive referrals and follow up assistance to access services they need.

Services available include:
  Information & Assistance
  Referral for Services
  Individual Options Counseling
  Benefits Checkup for State and Federal Benefits
  Specialzed Care Coordination
Alternatives
1803 7th Street
Moline, IL 61265
(309) 277-0167
http://www.alternativesforyou.org

Bridges Community Center
221 West Etna Road
Ottawa, IL 61350
(815) 431-8034
http://www.alternativesforyou.org

Bureau County Senior Citizens
16 West Marion Street
Princeton, IL 61356
(815) 879-3981
http://www.bcseniorcenter.com

Department of Human Services Office of Rehabilitation
905 Second Street
LaSalle, IL 61301
(815) 224-1314
http://www.dhs.state.il.us

Illinois Valley Center for Independent Living
18 Gunia Drive
LaSalle, IL 61301
(815) 224-3126
http://www.ivcil.com

Putnam County Community Center
P.O. Box 208
First Street
Standard, IL 61363
(815) 339-2711
http://www.pcaservices.org