Office for the Aging
Human Service Center
80 State Highway 310
Suite 7
Canton, New York 13617

Ph: 315-386-4730
Fx: 315-386-8636

Department Head:
Andrea Montgomery


St. Lawrence County Office for the Aging

Brief Description of Services... The Office for the Aging provides service and advocacy for County residents 60 years and older. Programs and services includes: Nutrition Centers and Home Delivered Meals; Home Care Services;  Family Caregiver Support; Medical Transportation;  Legal Services; Health Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance.  

For more information, please call (315) 386-4730. 


Office for the Aging Office Hours:

The Office for the Aging is open Monday - Friday from 8 AM - 5 PM.


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Upcoming Events:

Smartphone and Tablet Classes:  Free classes open to adults 60 & over.  These classes will be held on Thurdays, September 26 - December 5, from 2:00 - 3:30 PM.  Class size is limited.  Registration is required.  To register or for more information contact:

Christiana DeForge

Phone Number:  315-386-4730




Advisory Council Meeting:  The next Office for the Aging Advisory Council meeting will be held on Monday, November 4th at 10 am.  The meeting will be held at the Human Services Building located at 80 State Highway 310, Canton in the 2nd floor conference room.  The public is welcome to attend.

Office for the Aging Home Care Program:  If you are 60 or over and in need of home care services, the Office for the Aging is accepting referrals for the Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly Program (EISEP).  This home care program assists elderly, fragile individuals to help maintain quality of life at home.  EISEP provides personal care including bathing, dressing, grooming and meal preparation to County residents who are non-Medicaid eligible.  Services provided may be on a cost-share basis depending on income levels.  Contact:  New York Connects  (315) 386-4730.


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Nutrition Program:   Suggested voluntary donation for individuals age 60 and older is $3 per meal.  Meals are $5 for anyone under 60.  Donations help support the program.  We request a 24-hour reservation to eat at any meal site.  For further info, please call 315-386-4730.

Nutrition Site Location Serving Time Phone  
Brasher Falls, LBSH Housing 11:30 am 315-389-5100  
Canton, 37 Riverside Drive 11:30 am 315-347-3079  
DeKalb Junction, Sunrise Valley Apartments 11:30  am 315-347-3079  
Gouverneur Community Center 12:00 pm 315-287-2302  
Morristown, Fire Station 11:30 am 315-375-6703  
Ogdensburg, Centennial Terrace 11:30 am 315-393-9133  
Potsdam, Midtown Apartments 11:30 am 315-265- 2870  
Star Lake, 4208 SH 3 11:30 am 315-848-2390  


For inquiries contact:   NY Connects at (315) 386-4730.  Current Home Delivered Meal routes serve Brasher, Canton, DeKalb, Hermon, Russell, Edwards, Star Lake, Gouverneur, Fowler, Hailesboro, Morristown, Hammond, Potsdam, Norwood, Norfolk, Madrid, Waddington, Colton and South Colton.          


Looking to Volunteer?  Are you looking to be more involved in your community?  The Office for the Aging is looking for volunteers to help at any of the following sites:  Nutrition Centers, OFA Main Office and Classes.  Please call Danielle Durant at (315) 386-4730 or email to discuss volunteer opportunities.



2020 HEAP Cooling Season will open in November.  Please contact the HEAP Department to oban application heating assistance - (315) 379-2297 when the season opens.



EPIC is a New York State sponsored prescription program for senior citizens who need help paying for their prescriptions.  EPIC works with Medicare Part D as a secondary payer.  New York State residents can apply if they are 65 or older, and have an annual income of $75,000 or less if single, or $100,000 or less if married.  For more information, go to



NY Connects: Your Link to Long Term Services and Supports is a free information and assistance service that is available to individuals of all ages and their families to help them make better decisions regarding their long tem care needs. NY Connects will serve the elderly, adults and children with disabilities, regardless of their payer source. NY Connects is a trusted resource that provides impartial and unbiased information about Long Term services and supports in St. Lawrence County. Click on link for the Resource Directory.


Bridge to the Wellness’s 2016 Community Health Improvement Plan and Community Health Assessment


Public Transportation:   St. Lawrence NYSARC is the operator for the County's Public Transportation Service. For info, contact Rena Ryan at 315-386-2600.  

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