Senior Services List

Below is a partial listing of resources available in Chesterfield based on the most frequently requested needs.  For a complete list of services for older adults, please use the online SENIOR RESOURCE GUIDE where you can search by a variety of topic areas, as published by the St. Louis Times.  This publication includes 1,500 Business Listings of area resources for older adults that cover 12 counties in the Missouri / Illinois metro area. Published annually each December, it’s used extensively by older adults, families, caregivers and professionals.  The published version of the guide is also available for FREE at City Hall.

Bereavement Resources
Pathways Community Hospice
14805 North Outer 40 Road
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Contact: Kathy Myers, 636.733.7399
1st and 3rd Monday, 1:00 pm

Bonhomme Presbyterian Church
14820 Conway Road
Sundays, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Mid-East Area Agency on Aging (MEAAA)
636.207.0847 or 636.207.4241
Notes: MEAAA also provides services to Chesterfield residents through their Supply Bank (incontinence supplies and nutritional supplements), transportation, low income dental services and in home services - call 636.207.0847 for more information.

Meals on Wheels
Lafayette-West County Meals on Wheels of Greater St. Louis - 636.394.4512 serves parts of 63017 ($3.50 per meal)

Memory Loss Support
Gardenview Care Center
1025 Chesterfield Point Parkway
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Contact: Kavitha Nallabelli, Jan Fitzgerald, 636.537.3333
2nd Wednesday, 7:00 pm

Sunrise Senior Living-Chesterfield
1880 Clarkson Road
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Contact: Neosha Owen, Kristen Romano, 636.536.3600
2nd Saturday, 11:30 am

Parkinson Community Resource Center (Park Place)
1415 Elbridge Payne
Suite 150
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Notes: Offer group participation programs including the Chesterfield support group, For Caregivers Only support group, exercise programs, training for personnel, special events planning, etc.

St. Luke's Senior Solutions
St. Luke's Senior Solutions

St. Louis County Older Resident Programs (CORP)
Provides neighborhood Driving Neighbor (volunteer drivers transport customers to and from medical appointments and other essential business), Care Calls (volunteers call and visit customers to check on their well being or just chat), Home Care and Repair (registered handymen and women referred to customers for home care chores - fee based), case management (customers are referred to case management professionals), Age Smart, Age Well (classes for people 50 plus years held at various sites), Legal assistance, tax preparation and more for St. Louis County residents aged 60 and above.

OATS (Older Adult Transportation Services), 314.894.1701

Mary-Go-Round Transportation
A non-emergency transportation service that transports people to and from scheduled doctor appointments, diagnostic tests, any scheduled medical need. They are equipped to handle both people who can walk and those confined to a wheelchair. This is a door to door service. They escort the rider into the office and make sure all necessary parties have our contact information for their return ride. Our main office hours are Monday-Friday from 6:00 am - 6:00 pm. We can make arrangements for weekends with advance notice.