Useful Websites

Senior Center

Useful Websites


Dial A Ride
Reduced fare transportation application for residents of Northern Winnebago County, Cities of Neenah and Menasha, aged 60 yrs. +  Required ID  can be obtained at the Menasha Senior Center. Call MSC at 920-967-3530 or the City of Neenah , 920-886-6125.


2-1-1 is the number to call for non emergency health and human services. Now, with one easy  to remember number, #2-1-1, individuals in the entire Fox River Vallley can find resources in the community to assist them with their non-emergency health and human services needs, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. United Way Fox Cities provides this 2-1-1 service to Outagamie, Calumet , Waupaca and Winnebago counties.


Crime Prevention
Crime prevention is everybody's business and seniors are easy targets! So be cautious, remain vigilant and know that your local police department has crime prevention staff available to help you. If you need assistance or have questions or if you have been subject to a scam, you can call on Officer Aaron Zemlock, Menasha Police Dept., 920-967-3550


Caregiver Support
If you are in a care giving role-anyone who provides assistance to another person who is ill, disabled, or needs help with daily activities-don't go it alone. Resources are available to you. don't hesitate to ask for help. Locally: for Winnebago County Caregiver Coalition and Caregiver Support Group, contact Christine Kniep, Family Living Educator, 920-232-1973 or 920-727-8643,


Make the Ride Happen
For information and assistance about additional transportation for older adults, contact Holly Keenan with Making the Ride Happen at 1-920-882-6465, 1-888-200-0576,


File of Life
File of Life provides emergency personnel with pertinent information regarding medications, emergency contacts, doctors, medical conditions and allergies; Keeps information in a magnetic holder placed on your refrigerator door and a smaller version is kept in your billfold or wallet; provides a sticker for your front door as well as the rear window of you vehicle to alert medical personnel that you have a File of Life; it's provided at no charge but donations to help support the program are appreciated. If you have questions or want a File of Life, call the Menasha Senior Center at 967-3530.


Winnebago County Senior Resource Directory
For the best possible, up-to-date information on what services are available within the Winnebago County Area, be sure to get your Winnebago County Senior Resource Directory. It includes information, for example, on adult day care services, clinics, employment, home repair, medical equipment nursing home, support groups and much more. Copies are available at county offices, local libraries and senior centers. Stop by the Menasha Senior Center to pick up your copy.


Benefit Specialist Services-Winnebago County
Through the Winnebago County Dept. of Human Services, Long Term Support Division-Elderly Services, you have a Benefit Specialist who can help you with governmental programs and concerns affecting older persons. They serve seniors 60yrs. of age and older regardless of income, will not charge a fee for services. Confidentiality is maintained.

Elder Care Planning
Services and information available through Winnebago County
Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Group; legal rights and benefits

National Council for Aging Care
State Dept. of Health Services (senior care, advance directives, food share, prescription drugs, long term care,) health & family services.
Alzheimer's Association
Fox Valley Memory Project

A natural voice for older adults.
Official web site of the United States Social Security Administration.

Senior Center 
116 Main Street
Menasha, Wisconsin 54952

Phone: 920-967-3530
Office Hours:
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 8am-4pm
Tuesday & Friday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Health Director
Kristine Hutter
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Recreation/Senior Services Manager
Chloe Hansen-Dunn
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Senior Activity Coordinator:
Leah McCormick

Public Health Nurse
Meghan Pauly