Antioch Senior Center
The Antioch Senior Center is a multi-purpose drop in center open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is located at 817 Holbek Drive, behind the Fire and Rescue Squad Building on Orchard Street. Anyone age 60 and over is welcome to attend. The center is administered by the Village of Antioch. A 13 member Senior Advisory Council, which reflects the views of the entire membership, assists the Director in the management and decision making functions of the Center. Membership dues are $10.00 a year.
A nutritious balanced hot lunch is served at the center Monday & Wednesday 11:45 a.m. for $4 per meal. On Friday a light lunch of soup and/or sandwich is served. The nutrition program is run by senior volunteers who work in the kitchen, serve meals, help with registration and clean-up. The menu is posted at the center. A home-delivered Meals on Wheels program for eligible seniors also operates in Antioch. For more information, call Catholic Charities at 847-546-5733.
Donations & scholarships are made to worthy and needy Antioch community groups and individuals through the Dolly Spiering Memorial Fund. Every evening the Senior Center is being used by nonproft Antioch community groups/organizations for their weekly meetings.
Both PACE Bus and Ride Lake County West provide door to door service. For PACE, you must be enrolled and call 24 hours in advance.
Ride Lake County West serves residents from Antioch, Grant, Lake Villa, Avon, Wauconda and Fremont. Services extend to the Gurnee Mills area, Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, and to the downtown Mundelein area. The service may be used for medical appointments, shopping, CLC courses and access employment. To reserve a ride, or inquire about schedule times, please call 1-800-201-6446. All reservations are on a first-call, first-served basis, and available seats are reserved quickly. Reservations may be made several days in advance. The cost for seniors (60+) are $3 each way for trips under 10 miles, and $6 each way for trips over 10 miles.
RTA Senior Free Ride Program
Applications may be completed at the Village Hall. Please have the following items ready before applying for the Free Ridge Program:
A recent, color photo measuring 1-1/2" x 1-1/2"
Proof of Age ID
Applicants must be 65 years of age or older to qualify. Applications can also be accepted from persons filing their application within three weeks of their 65th birthday.
The photo must clearly identify the applicant (no sunglasses, hats or scarves allowed). Passport photos are accepted, and may be taken at Walgreens or Wal-Mart in town.
One of the following proof of age documents are acceptable:
Driver's License (any state), State of Illinois Identification Card,
U.S. Immigration Alien Registration Card, and Passport (any country)
Once approved, a Reduced Fare Permit will be mailed directly to the address provided by the applicant within three weeks of RTA's receipt of application materials.
For additional information, please call the RTA at 312-913-3110,
or the Village of Antioch at 847-395-1000.
Other Services and Amenities
Senior Social Services, Information and Referral, Lending of Medical Equipment, E-mail & Internet Access, Lending Library, Big Screen TV with DVD, Bumper Pool, Treadmills, Shuffleboard, Chess Club, Organ & Piano, Tax Assistance, Volunteer opportunities, Circuit breaker assistance, Birthday Celebrations, Pot Luck Holidays, and a Senior Center website.
Daily Luncheon Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 11:45 AM Bridge Lessons By Appointment Bingo Monday at 12:45 PM 4-Handed Pinochle Friday at 12:30 PM Ceramic Painting By Appointment Theme Parties Eight Times per Year Sing-A-Long Wednesday at 10:30 AM Cribbage Wednesday at 12:45 PM T.O.P.S. Wednesday at 6:00 PM Dances First and Third Friday at 7:00 PM Exercise Class Monday at 10:00 AM Bible Study Wednesday at 1:00 PM Duplicate Bridge Thursday at 12:30 PM 3-Handed Pinochle Thursday at 12:30 PM Pinochle Lessons By Appointment Social Service Info By Appointment Toe Nail Clinic Second Friday every other month by appointment Rules of the Road Three times per year by appointment Computer Use Any Time Line Dancing Tuesday at 9:30 AM Trips Posted at the Center Health Screenings The Third Monday of each month Party Bridge Monday at 1:00 PM Writer's Club Third Wednesday of Each Month at 1:00 PM Texas Holdem Monday at 1:00 PM
Sharefest Senior Assistance - Sharefest is a network of churches in the area working together to serve th community.
Catholic Charities - Catholic Charities fulfills the Church's role in the mission of charity to anyone in need by providing compassionate, competent and professional services that strengthen and support individuals, families and communities based on the value and dignity of human life.
Antioch Area Healthcare Accessibility Alliance - AAHAA has one goal...and that is to improve the accessibility of healthcare for residents of the Antioch Area. This is done through alliances with key public and private services that provide care for the general public. AAHAA helps residents connect and gain access to the services they need. Click above to be redirected to the AAHAA website for more information.
Village of Antioch
817 Holbek Drive
Antioch, IL 60002