Iona Senior Services2021-09-10T15:02:24-04:00

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Iona Senior Services

photo of Iona Senior ServicesWhen it comes to your aging, don’t you wish you had a crystal ball? Iona is the next best thing.

A respected, local nonprofit leader, Iona is committed to supporting the well-being of older adults and their family caregivers so that they can thrive in our community. They share 40+ years of expertise and knowledge of aging and caregiving resources in the region because they want to help everyone age well and live well.

With access to a variety of programs and services–as well as a free Information & Referral Helpline–you can get answers to your aging-related questions, and connect to what you need to remain healthy, active, and supported in the community.

Additionally, Iona is a member of DC Office on Aging’s Senior Service Network. This means Iona receives funding from the DC government to provide certain services to residents of Ward 3 and parts of 2 and 4. But most of Iona’s services are open to all DC residents.

Food, Friendship, and Fun

Many of Iona’s programs serve to connect you to neighbors and your community. Meet new friends, enjoy lively conversations and a free lunch, tap into your creative side, and more through programs like:

  • Active Wellness Program at St. Alban’s
  • Exercise Classes
  • Art Exhibits

Additionally, Iona is also committed to helping you age independently and safely. Our services can help you address health and financial concerns, nutrition, mental health, caregiving, and planning for your aging. Services include:

  • Case Management and Counseling
  • Adult Day Health Services
  • Nutrition Education
  • Home Delivered Meals
  • Support Groups
  • Take Charge/Age Well Academy
  • And more!

Getting started with Iona

The best way to learn more about Iona’s services is to call Iona’s Helpline. Staffed by social workers Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, Iona’s Helpline specialists are experts on all of the services at Iona, as well as other resources in the region. They can answer your aging or caregiving-related questions and make the most appropriate referrals to the programs you need, whether at Iona or elsewhere.

To learn more about any of Iona’s services, get answers to your questions, or ask for referrals, contact the Helpline at (202) 895-9448, or info@iona.org.

No Classes - Mon. Dec. 26-Mon. Jan 2, 202
Masks and proof of vaccination are required at all in-person programs.
We encourage the use of N95 or KN95 masks.