Carbon Senior Activity Center

Community Programs

  • Alternatives Program
  • Caregiver Support Program
  • Medicaid Aging Waiver Program
  • Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIP)
  • Elder Abuse Prevention
  • Preventative Health Programs
  • Meals Assistance
  • Transportation Services

Activities include:

  • Bingo
  • Book clubs
  • Exercise classes
  • Ceramics
  • Billiards
  • Painting classes
  • Puzzles
  • Movies

Meals Assistance

The mobile meal program (also called Home Delivered Meals) was established by the older Americans Act to meet the Dietary Guidelines for aging Americans. The program is monitored by the State Division of Aging and coordinated by the State Aging and Adult Services (our local AAA director is Shawna Horrocks) The local program is sponsored by Carbon County Governments. Funding for the program comes from the federal and state government, Carbon County, and Price City.

Each participant must be assessed and those individuals who have been determined to be “homebound” will be eligible to receive meals. Those who qualify will be reassessed annually.

Meals on Wheels provide balanced meals consisting of meat or other protein food, vegetables, fruit, bread, milk and dessert (diabetic desserts are provided for those who are diabetic.) The meals are available Monday thru Thursday in Price and East Carbon. Frozen meals can be delivered for the weekend upon request. When a client knows they will not be home on a certain day we ask to be notified any time in advance.

Participants 60 years and older are provided the opportunity to voluntarily and anonymously contribute a suggested donation of $3.00 per meal. All donations are appreciated.

Transportation Services

Carbon Senior Bus Information

  1. There is a suggested donation of $1.00 when riding the bus.
  2. Riders must remain seated until the bus comes to a complete stop and are instructed by the driver to disembark.
  3. Riders must call by 9 a.m. if they need a ride. If the bus fails to pick up a rider who has called in advance the bus will come back and pick the rider up.
  4. Riders must stay at the address given for pick up. The bus driver will not look for you.
  5. Appointments need to be called in ahead of time. (When notifying the center of an appointment please indicate if you are in a wheelchair as extra time is required for drop off and pick up.) It is appreciated if you can give at least two days prior notice. One days notice is acceptable. If the bus is full we may not be able to accommodate everyone. Doctor appointments will be given first priority. (Appointments need to be made between 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. When making afternoon appointments, keep in mind that the bus may be able to get you there but may not be available to pick you up.) It is best to keep afternoon appointments between 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm
  6. Grocery shopping days are Mondays and Thursdays. (Monday - Fresh Market; Thursday - Smith’s Food King, 2nd Monday of the month - WalMart) If you leave the grocery store you need to be back for pick up at the time given by the bus driver. The bus driver will not go looking for you.
  7. There is a limit on the amount of groceries allowed on the bus. Absolutely NO CASES of anything. Try to keep your groceries to no more than four (4) bags. 
  8. Be courteous to other passengers. Keep in mind that not everyone shares your views on politics and religion. 
  9. No one under the age of sixty (60) years will be allowed on the bus unless there is prior approval from the director.
  10. Please be considerate of the bus driver.
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  • 418 S Fairgrounds Rd
    Price, UT 84501