Supporting Clay County Seniors

We support and value the well-being of senior adults in the Clay County area by serving as the resource delivery agency and providing a broad range of services to promote wellness - physical, emotional, & intellectual. We accomplish this through responsible management, advocacy, and community collaboration. Our primary goal is to improve the quality of life of our senior citizens.

Clay County Senior Services is committed to equity for all older adults in Clay County as well as those who work with older adults. We are proud to serve a county that includes both urban and rural communities, people of different ethnic and racial backgrounds, people who have diverse gender identities, and people who live across the spectrum of socio-economic realities. CCSS recognizes, values, and celebrates the diversity of Clay County, and seeks to fund programs that are inclusive and equitable in the implementation of their service programs.


For current information on Covid-19 vaccine, please check the Clay County Public Health website: or call 816-595-4200. If you know an older adult who does not have computer access, they can call 816-421-4980 for assistance in filling out the form to get the vaccine.


The Clay County Senior Citizens Services Board will meet on Thursday, May 26, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. here at our office. For more information, contact Tina Uridge at 816-455-4800

Upcoming Events

A Matter of Balance Kearney Senior Center, 600 N Jefferson St.
Mon, Jun 6
12:30PM - 2:30PM
The Roaring Twenties Northland Innovation Center, 6889 N Oak Tfwy
Mon, Jun 6
2:00PM - 4:00PM
(Mostly) Forgotten Humorists of the 20th Century Northland Innovation Center, 6889 N Oak Tfwy
Wed, Jul 27
2:00PM - 4:00PM
GrandFamilies Conference Pleasant Valley Baptist Church
Fri, Sep 9
9:00AM - 2:30PM

Celebrating our 17th year of service for older adults in Clay County

We’d like to thank all of our community partners and all of the older adults we serve for giving us the opportunity to help make Clay County a great place to grow old.

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