The mission of the Putnam County Council on Aging, Inc. is to provide services that will enable Putnam County residents, age 60 and better, to remain living independently in their own homes for as long as possible.
Resident of Putnam County 60 years of age or better.
The Council on Aging does not charge for services. However, donations are graciously accepted and encouraged to help support the program. A suggested donation list may be obtained by calling the Council on Aging office at 419-523-4121 or toll-free 1-877-796-1760.
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Our hours of operation are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
HOW IS THE COUNCIL ON AGING FUNDED?
The Council on Aging is supported from many sources. The most important support is at the local level. We receive funds from a levy passed by the voters of Putnam County. Donations are received from area churches, individuals, businesses, civic groups, and organizations. The Putnam County Council on Aging is also a United Way partner agency. State and Federal funds cover approximately 2% to 3% of the overall budget.
We Are Hiring!
20-24 hours per week
Individuals 18+ are encouraged to apply. Great job for retiree wanting part-time hours with flexibility.
We are looking for sensitive and compassionate individuals, who enjoy making a difference in the lives of others, to join our team.
Please visit our “Resource Page” under “Agency Forms” to print out an employment application. You can also stop by our office to pick up an application or you can send your resume to: 1425 E. 4th Street, Ottawa, OH 45875. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.