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Consider getting involved with senior assistance programs in and around Dixon, KY

Webster County Kentucky is home to many different senior assistance programs. Our new senior center in Dixon, KY serves as the center of many of the programs, and we hope to host more events there once it is safe to do so. We're always looking for more volunteers, so there are plenty of community service opportunities here.

If you want to get involved with any of our senior assistance programs, contact us today. We'll provide you with all the information you need to get started.

We're always looking for ways to help our senior citizens

While most of our services are mobile right now, we're looking forward to when we can open up our senior center. Here are just a few of the programs and services we offer our residents:

  • Congregate meals
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Health and wellness checks
  • Transportation assistance

We have tons of community service opportunities for teens and adults. Call today to get involved!

    Our Mission

    The Webster Co Senior Services is a program designed to address the needs of senior citizens in both home and senior facilities.

    The history of the program can be traced back to 1965 when the US Congress enacted the Older Americans Act. This act recognized the value and worth of senior citizens and declared a list of objectives to ensure the dignity and realm of opportunities for aging Americans to be enhanced and maintained.

    Meal Programs

    "Meals-on-Wheels" provides homebound seniors a noon meal delivered to their door. We also serve daily meals at the sites below. These are sites where seniors meet for a meal, activities, and companionship.

    Webster Co Senior Center - 80 North College St, Dixon, - Serves meals M-F 11:30AM.

    Providence Community Center - 211 Wallace St, Providence - Serves meals Mon, Tues 11:30AM

    No reservations necessary. $1.50 suggested donation.


    Brain Games
    Exercise Classes
    Local Trips
    Cornhole Baseball


    Blood pressure monitoring
    Free legal counsel
    Eye care assistance
    Educational programs
    Community outreach
    Friendly visiting
    Telephone Reassurance

    This information is made possible by state and/or federal funding provided by the Department for Aging and Independent Living through a master agreement with GRADD.