Meals on Wheels of Johnson County

Meals on Wheels helps older adults and persons with disabilities in Eastern Iowa meet their daily nutritional needs by delivering hot, fresh, ready-to-eat meals in addition to frozen meals and breakfast bags.

Our clients can receive meals for a short duration while they’re recovering from a hospital stay, as respite care for their family who usually provides meals for them, or on an ongoing basis each weekday.

2210 9th St.
Coralville, IA 52241
United States

Heritage Area Agency on Aging

Heritage Area Agency on Aging helps older adults, family caregivers and adults with disabilities live with dignity and independence in the home they choose. From quick help and information services to long-term, in-depth support, Heritage programs are designed to empower consumers at any stage in the aging process.

Heritage is an Aging and Disability Resource Center, expanding and enhancing the state's information and referral resources for older Iowans, their caregivers and adults with disabilities as they begin to think about and plan for long-term independent living.

6301 Kirkwood Blvd SW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
United States

Iowa Compass

Iowa Compass has information about programs and services for Iowans with disabilities, their families and service providers. Access thousands of unique local, state and national programs for people with health related conditions and disabilities. Call, email, chat, text, or search the website for answers to your disability-related questions.

100 Hawkins Drive
Center for Disabilities & Development
Iowa City, IA 52242
United States

TRAIL of Johnson County

The mission of TRAIL of Johnson County -- our name stands for Tools and Resources for Active Independent Living -- is to help older adults remain in their own homes as long as possible, by providing access to needed services and socializing opportunities. For a monthly fee, TRAIL members receive three primary benefits: the services of a volunteer network for simple house chores and errands, transportation, medical advocacy, and other needs; and opportunities to participate in social and educational opportunities with other TRAIL members.

28 S Linn St Room 301
Iowa City, IA 52240
United States

Shelter House

Since 1983, Shelter House has provided safe shelter and helped people improve the quality of their lives as they move beyond homelessness. We began in an old home in Iowa City with a capacity of 29 sleeping spaces including beds, couches, and mats on the floor. Today, Shelter House operates a 70-bed emergency shelter in addition to four homes and an apartment building through which we provide 47 permanent supportive housing units.

429 Southgate Ave
Iowa City, IA 52240
United States