Mountainland Department Of Aging & Family Service

586 E 800 N
Orem, UT 84097
(801) 229-3804

We are your life advocates.

Whether you need care or provide care--or will in the future--we offer personalized guidance for today's needs and tomorrow's gaps. 

As the designated Area Agency on Aging for Summit, Utah & Wasatch counties, we provide services and advocate for our senior neighbors. To learn about our services, please see below or call our Senior Helpline at 801-229-3804.

Meals Assistance

Mountainland’s senior nutrition program provides a hot, nutritious lunch to seniors in Utah, Wasatch and Summit Counties.

The program serves more than 800 seniors each day through Meals on Wheels and congregates lunch at the local senior centers.

Meals on Wheels provides a hot, nutritious lunch to homebound seniors living in Utah, Wasatch and Summit County.

In 2016, Mountainland Meals on Wheels delivered 114,000 meals to 1,270 different seniors, allowing them to live independently longer in their homes.

Veterans Services

Veterans may be eligible to a variety of benefits available to all U.S. military Veterans. Our trained counselors help Veterans identify which benefits and programs they are eligible for while assisting with the enrollment process.

VA benefits include:

  • disability compensation
  • pension, including Aid and Attendance (A&A)
  • education and training
  • health care
  • home loans
  • insurance
  • vocational rehabilitation and employment
  • burial

Volunteer Opportunities

MAG offers a variety of volunteer opportunities that allow individuals of all ages to make a difference in the community. 

Our volunteers provide countless hours of service to benefit our senior neighbors. Opportunities range from one hour a week to 20 hours a month, or somewhere in between. 

Last year, MAG volunteers donated 79,225 hours in our community.

Join nearly 500,000 Americans, age 55+, who volunteer in their community. RSVP volunteers choose how, when, and as often they want to serve. In our area, more than 600 volunteers provide over 80,000 hours of service each year.

Meet three simple criteria to join the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP):

  • Be at least 55 year old
  • Able to volunteer for at least one hour a week
  • Enjoy working with others to better our community

We offer more than 50 types of volunteer opportunities.

Possible opportunities include but are not limited to:

  • tutoring children
  • friendly callers
  • veterans and families
  • preparing for disasters
  • gardening
  • protecting the environment

To learn more contact, 801-229-3820 or 801-229-3810.

Elder Abuse Prevention

Over 2,500 seniors are residents of approximately 71 nursing homes and assisted living facilities in our three-county service area of Summit, Utah, and Wasatch Counties.

Our Ombudsman Program has only two part-time positions that visit seniors in these facilities to respond to their resident rights concerns.

We will perform any investigations that are necessary; you can bring advocacy, smiles and warmth to many who are lonely and discouraged.

Call 801-229-3809 or email Send Email for more information and to sign-up to volunteer.

Caregiver Support

The Caregiver Support Program assists caregivers in their care of individuals 60 years of age and older who are unable to perform routine activities to care for themselves.

Although caregiving can be very rewarding, there are times you may not know where to go for answers, emotional support and practical advice, or how to get a break from your caregiving responsibilities. Our Caregiver Support Program, classes and support groups can help provide the answers and support you are seeking.

As a caregiver, you may be feeling alone. You don’t have as much time to socialize now that you have to care for your elderly relative, and even your own family may not understand what you are going through. If this sounds like you, you might want to try to find a support group.

Why a Support Group?

Support groups are one of the best places for caregivers to find others like themselves. They can help caregivers bond with each other, socialize and build a network of caring, supportive people. Support groups are important because caregivers can express their emotions in a safe place, and find out that others have gone or are going through some of the same emotions. They are not meant to be group therapy, but they allow people to understand that they are not alone, and to learn how others have handled similar emotions, crises and problems. Support groups can also allow people to share valuable information and insights into the dynamics of caregiving and specific illnesses or medical conditions.

Call Mountainland Department Of Aging & Family Service now at (801) 229-3804

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(801) 229-3804