Family and Senior Services

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The mission of the Department of Family and Senior Services and the American Legion Memorial Civic Center is to serve as a focal point where a multiplicity of social, health and recreational services are provided in a caring and professional manner designed to keep individuals healthy, productive and independent for as long as possible. Services are available for Morton Grove residents of all ages.

Senior Program and Calendar

Programs and services for older adults in Morton Grove are offered by the Village of Morton Grove and its partner agencies. Read More...

Health and Wellness Programs

A variety of Health and Wellness Programs are available for Morton Grove residents. Please note that some programs require registration (847-470-5223).  Read More...

Social Services

The Village's Social Worker can provide social service assistance to those in need. The Social Worker can be reached at 847-663-3072.

Senior Check Up and Emergency Response Programs

Postal Carrier Watch

The Department of Family and Senior Services partners with the Morton Grove Post Office to provide seniors a service called Postal Carrier Watch.  Read More...

Senior Hotline

The Reception Desk is the first point of service when you enter the Civic Center.  The staff member at this desk assists you in a number of areas:

  • Class/Trip Registration
  • Health Screening Registration
  • RTA Passes

Health Equipment Lending Closet

One of the services the Village of Morton Grove is pleased to offer our residents is the Lending Closet Program. The Lending Closet contains health care equipment which we loan out on a first come/first serve basis.  Read More...

Prescription Drugs and Sharps Disposal Program

Family & Senior Services for the Village of Morton Grove, in conjunction with the Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County, is sponsoring a program for the environmentally-safe disposal of unused prescription drugs  Read More...

Caregiver Support Group

Are you charged with caring for an older adult, spouse, or partner? Join other caregivers to discuss your issues and concerns. The meetings center around caregivers and participants can openly discuss their own situations in a supportive, nonjudgmental atmosphere. The Caregiver Support Group meets the fourth Wednesday of every month from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. All family caregivers are welcome to attend. For more information call the Village Social Worker at 847-663-3072.


AARP Driver Safety Program


AARP’s “Driver Safety Program” is an eight-hour two-day course for motorists age 55 and older. It focuses on the physical changes that accompany aging and on ways drivers can compensate for these changes Read More...