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Rocky River Senior Outreach Center taking calls from senior residents who need assistance

You will be asked to leave a message and a staff member will return your call.

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio — While Gov. Mike DeWine has closed all of Ohio's senior centers due to the coronavirus pandemic, those living in Rocky River are still able to get help if needed.

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The Senior Center Outreach Service will continue taking phone calls from those who need assistance.

Those who need help or have questions can give the center a call at 440-333-6665.  You will be asked to leave a message and a staff member will return your call.

They are taking questions from seniors who may need help getting their prescriptions or groceries. Those in need are eligible to receive non-perishable food items, toiletries and cleaning supplies.

There is also a book delivery program that is available.

For more information you can click here to visit their website.

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