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A Note from Community Partnership on Aging Executive Director, Wendy Albin Sattin

I hope you are doing well in these stressful times and are taking time to take care of yourself while staying safe.  The amazing staff of CPA is serving on the front lines to bring you meals, emergency food boxes and other needed supplies.  We are also fortunate to be able to tap into a group of dedicated volunteers to help with critical assistance and are grateful for their commitment to your health and well being. Here are some of the ways your CPA is here for you during the COVID-19 crisis:

  • FROZEN ENTRÉE LUNCHES– We are distributing hundreds of frozen entree lunches a week to area residents over the age of 60 by curbside pick-up.  Pickup sites are Lyndhurst Community Center (Monday), South Euclid Community Center (Wednesday), Ross DeJohn Community Center (Mayfield Heights) (Wednesday) and Highland Heights Community Center (Friday). Pick-up is at 11:30 AM. You can call into our lunch reservation line (216-650-4029) by Tuesday at 2PM make reservations for the following week.  Lunches are available at no cost to you; a donation of $1.50 per lunch is suggested.
  • SOCIAL WORKERS– are available to residents of our member cities (Highland Heights, Lyndhurst, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, Richmond Heights and South Euclid) by phone (440-442-2626 x 244) to provide assistance and resources for needs and benefits during this time. Social workers can put you in touch with emergency food assistance, help with SNAP and other benefits, and provide counsel on managing life in general. 
  • MASKS AND GLOVES- We are seeing more and more requests for masks and gloves.  At this time, we are putting a call out to the community for donations. Our social workers are maintaining wait lists for masks and gloves and we will distribute if some are available.
  • PLUGGED IN PROGRAMMING – For those of you with access to Facebook, please check out our newest feature that lists the many on-line activities you can log into, including virtual art museum tours, concerts, lectures, and exercise classes.  You can find it at  I know it isn’t the same as being here in person, but PIP will keep you active and engaged for now.  We hope to announce a schedule of Facebook Live classes with the instructors you know and love.
  • “GETTING THE WORD OUT” – At this writing, we have cancelled all programs at all community centers in response to Governor DeWine’s declaration; the situation is monitored daily which means changes occur daily too.  We have several ways for you to get CPA updates in terms of programs, events and cancellations–
  • Call the program line (216-650-4029)
  • Check our website (
  • If you are on Facebook, follow or like our page and you will get updates automatically
  • If you have an email account, call the office and sign up for our e-blast which delivers timely information right to your email.

We are  living through uncertain times that are challenging, unsettling, and unmapped.  A silver lining to all of this is the outpouring of support from our Mayors, city employees and the general public.  We receive so many calls asking how to help – it is reassuring to see how we are all one community working together.  So please stay safe and secure and know that your Community Partnership on Aging is here for you.


For information on the coronavirus, please visit reputable websites like, or  Information and advisories change almost hourly, so check websites and reliable news sources frequently.  The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) has opened a coronavirus (COVID-19) public hotline, reachable seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).

Scams regarding the sale of a vaccine have been reported, so please be aware, ask questions, and stay safe.

Click here to watch a video from the CDC’s Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases, Dr. Jay C. Butler, to learn more about COVID-19 and older people.

Resources for Older Adults Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic

Plugged-In Programming – CPA’s way to keep you connected

If you’re on Facebook, consider joining our Programming-focused Facebook group, Plugged-In Programming!  Now or anytime, connect with CPA for a variety of programs that you can participate in “virtually” anywhere.  Click here to join!

Caregiver Support

In an effort to support more caregivers, CPA has launched a Caregiver Facebook group! If you are a caregiver, comfortable using Facebook, and would like to connect with others in the caregiver realm, then please contact Beda Madden at to receive an invitation to join the group.

Welcome, Richmond Heights!

A unanimous vote by City Council led by Council President Eloise Henry, along with the support of Mayor Roche, resulted in the designation of Richmond Heights as our sixth city on December 17, 2019.  Richmond Heights residents will be receiving information in the mail.  We look forward to serving you beginning in January, 2020!


Thanks to our partnership with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, CPA has been able to secure a special Produce Plus event that will take place in accordance with social distancing orders. 

Pre-packed boxes of produce and dairy will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis at South Euclid Community Center on Thursday, June 18 beginning at 10:00 AM.  Recipients can pull up to the side of the building in their car and we’ll put it in your trunk or back seat! 

Please bring ID and be prepared to provide the name, address, city, zip and phone of each person in your car that is picking up (required for our records).  One per household.

PLEASE DO NOT arrive earlier than 10:00AM

 Click here to view the flyer.


Stay in your cars, but feel free to roll down the windows as we turn up the fun with the DooDah Parade presented by CLE-East Senior Network.  Click here to view the full flyer with details!

Find us on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram!

Community Partnership on AgingBe sure to follow us on your favorite social media platforms. We will be posting on Facebook frequently throughout the week – there you will find articles, pictures, and agency updates. Check out our Instagram and Pinterest pages for even more information!  Click the blue word links in this post, or click any of the Social Media icon links near the top of our Home Page.

CPA newsletter locations

Thank you to the many fine businesses in our area that accept copies of our newsletter at their locations. Click here to view a PDF document of current businesses! Those who choose may also receive a copy mailed to their home by mailing a check for $9 to CPA courtesy of our main office at 1370 Victory Dr., South Euclid, OH 44121.




June 2020 Special Edition

June 2020 Special Edition

CPA Meal information in response to COVID-19

CPA Meal information in response to COVID-19

June 2020 CPA Cafe Services – Click the Pic Below!

June 2020 CPA Cafe Services – Click the Pic Below!

Check out these great pick-up meal options prepared by CPA Cafe Services! If you would like information regarding frozen meals, please call 216-650-4029

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