Crossroads Senior Center

A variety of recreational activities may be enjoyed at the Centers. Coordinating to provide focal points where seniors can socialize, receive nutritious meals, supportive services, recreation and classes on various interests and hobbies.

Congregate Meals 

A meal is served Monday- Friday at 11:30 AM at the Crossroads Senior Centers. To support our program, we encourage our 60 and over recipients to make a suggested donation of $3.00 a meal. For those under 60 a cost of $5.00 is attached to each meal. Please make reservations 24 hours in advance for lunch by calling the senior center that you will be attending.

Home Delivered Meals

Home delivered meals are available Monday- Friday. To qualify for Home Delivered Meals, the client must be 60 or over and homebound. Eligibility for meals will be determined by the Case Manager when making a home visit. There is a suggested donation for $3.00 per meal.

Medicare Assistance

SHIP-State Health Insurance Assistance Program

Counselors provide seniors with free, state counseling services that help seniors understand Medicare, Medicare Advantage Medigap (Medicare supplemental insurance) and Medicaid benefits. Anyone with Medicare related questions is free to call a SHIP’s counselor even if they are not currently enrolled in Medicare.

SMP- Senior Medicare Patrol

Coordinator will assist Medicare beneficiaries, and caregivers to prevent, detect, and report healthcare fraud, errors, and abuse through outreach, counseling, and education. They will also go to senior centers and inform senior citizens about the latest scams and fraud that seniors are falling victim to. They also coordinate a group of volunteers to assist them in sharing this information.

MIPPA- Medicare Improvements for Patients & Providers Act

Assist low income Medicare beneficiaries apply for programs that make Medicare affordable, such as Medicare prescription plan costs and Medicare B premiums. 

Alternatives Program

The case manager assists frail, older individuals to remain in their home and not to be prematurely placed in a nursing home. The case manager completes a comprehensive assessment with the individual to determine eligibility, and together they develop a plan of care to meet the individual's needs. Services include: home health aides, homemakers/personal care, emergency response systems and other services are coordinated to maximize longevity in the individuals own home. For further information, contact Tammy Freston at UBAOG (435) 722-4518

Caregiver Support

The Caregivers Support Program provides information, assistance, support groups, training for caregivers who are caring for a loved one 60 years or older who are suffering chronic long term illness or conditions where the intensity of such care giving creates stress and other informal relief is not sufficient. For further information, contact Tammy Freston at UBAOG (435) 722-4518

Caregiver Support & Respite

Caregiver Support

The Caregivers Support Program provides information, assistance, support groups, training for caregivers who are caring for a loved one 60 years or older who are suffering chronic long term illness or conditions where the intensity of such care giving creates stress and other informal relief is not sufficient. For further information, contact Tammy Freston at UBAOG (435) 722-4518

Meals Assistance

Congregate Meals 

A meal is served Monday- Friday at 11:30 AM at the Crossroads Senior Centers. To support our program, we encourage our 60 and over recipients to make a suggested donation of $3.00 a meal. For those under 60 a cost of $5.00 is attached to each meal. Please make reservations 24 hours in advance for lunch by calling the senior center that you will be attending.

Home Delivered Meals

Home delivered meals are available Monday- Friday. To qualify for Home Delivered Meals, the client must be 60 or over and homebound. Eligibility for meals will be determined by the Case Manager when making a home visit. There is a suggested donation for $3.00 per meal.

Volunteer Opportunities

Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

RSVP is one of the largest retired and senior volunteer programs in the nation. We offer a variety of opportunities for our volunteers at hospitals, senior centers, and schools, among others. We desire to match your talents to the areas that interest you, for example, do you think it’s a good idea to grow vegetables for those in need? Then join our seasonal project called Grow-A-Row. Do you feel that children need extra support in the classroom? Then join our tutors who provide needed care and support in the classrooms. Are you concerned for the elderly who are home bound and may need a friendly call to check on their well being? Then join our reassurance callers.

Other volunteer positions include:

1. Food Pantry

2. Humanitarian

3. Emergency Management

4. Entertainer

5. Medical Appointment Driver

6. Light Meal Preparer

7. Other-- as needed in your community

Foster Grandparent Program

Foster Grandparent Volunteers are senior’s ages 55 & older that serve as volunteer mentors, tutors, and in some cases caregivers for children and youth with special needs. They serve in community organizations such as schools, hospitals, and youth centers. While volunteering, Foster Grandparents strengthen their community by providing youth services that strained community budgets cannot afford and by building bridges that cross generations. Foster Grandparent Volunteers must meet income eligibility requirements and are encouraged to serve an average of 15 hours per week.

Elder Abuse Prevention

Ombudsman

Our certified Long Term Care Ombudsman serves as an advocate for Residents Rights for residents in long term care facilities and assisted living facilities. The LTC Ombudsman also investigates complaints from residents, family members, facility staff or anyone concerned about the resident. To contact the local Ombudsman call Ashley Marx or Michelle Summarell at (435) 722-5209

  • (435) 722-4296
  • 50 E 200 S
    Roosevelt, UT 84066