The Fountain Valley Senior Center serves as a focal point where older adults receive valuable services and participate in activities which enhance dignity, support independence, and self-sufficiency. We encourage involvement in the community keeping the quality of life at optimum levels and avoiding premature institutionalization.
We offers numerous ways for seniors to socialize, enjoy new activities, and build friendships. Seniors are encouraged to volunteer in a variety of areas.
Indoor activities include game day, daily card games, movies, bingo, and the Harmonizers singing group. The center also coordinates day trips to dinner theaters, attractions, and places of interest in the area.
The center also offers educational opportunities including computer classes, nutrition classes, and informational presentations.
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Our transportation services provide wheelchair-accessible transportation that helps facilitate independence and reduce isolation.
Transportation is provided for medical/dental appointments, grocery shopping, nutrition sites, employment/education, recreation and socialization. Service destinations include the areas of Fountain Valley, eastern El Paso County, and Colorado Springs. Special outings include Calhan, Denver, Pueblo and other areas within the State of Colorado. Ridership fee is based on suggested donation, which varies according to the destinations.
In Southern El Paso County, transportation assistance is available to eligible individuals living in Fountain, Widefield, Security, Stratmoor Valley, Stratmoor Hills, Fort Carson and south of Drennan Road. In Eastern El Paso County, for more information please call (719) 600-2643.
Any person age 60 and older or those who are non-elderly disabled (confined to a wheelchair) who live in Southern and Eastern El Paso County may be eligible. Other passengers younger than 60-years-old sixty are allowed to ride as caregivers or escorts of the eligible population served. Some services are available for those age 55 and older. For more information, please call (719) 600-2643.
As part of our Rural Area Meal Program shelf-stable meals are delivered to home-bound seniors older than 60-years-old or younger than 60-years-old and disabled.
Call (719) 600-2644 for more information.
Our mission is to provide services and activities to older adults which enhance dignity, support independence and encourage involvement in the community.
Serving as a point of contact for essential services in the community. Assistance is available in accessing economic assistance
We strive to provide opportunities to our seniors to get out and about. Check out this exposé KOAA News 5 Did on our Parking Lot Bingo Event.