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Department on Aging

Beth Eurich, LBSW - Director
Jessica Somerlott, LBSW - Senior Services Manager
Patty Gomez - Programing Services Manager
Zach Brunett - Nutrition Services Manager

Bay County Building
515 Center Avenue, Suite 202
Bay City, Michigan 48708-5941
Voice: (989) 895-4100
Fax: (989) 895-4094
Toll-free: 1-877-229-9960


Bay County Department on Aging is dedicated to providing continued opportunities for the 60 and better population within our community by maintaining independence, offering social opportunities, and enhancing their lives through quality services in a cost-effective manner.


~ Hot Off The Press ~

We are excited that our Activity Centers are open!  Activities are currently scheduled.  Call the Center of your choice for more information and to reserve your lunch!

Riverside - 893-7070
Williams - 245-0290
Hampton - 895-5968
Canteen - 892-6605
Kawkawlin - 245-0102

(Our Hampton PM Center remains closed due to staffing issues)




The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Aging & Adult Services Agency, in partnership with Bell Age, Inc. and with support from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund, has announced the launch of CV19 CheckUp in Michigan.

CV19 Check Up assesses each person’s unique situation and presents options to help reduce risk and enhance quality of life. We encourage all Michiganders, especially those 60 and over,to visit michigan.cv19checkup.org to receive a free, personal assessment.

The anonymous questionnaire will take 5-10 minutes to complete on a computer, smartphone or tablet. CV19 Check Up immediately delivers the user a personalized report, answering questions such as:

•How likely am I to get COVID-19 or spread it to others?
• If I get COVID-19, how severe would it likely be?
• Where can I find help to ensure my needs are met during the pandemic?

Michiganders age 60 and overrepresent 89 percent of confirmed COVID-19 deaths in our State. The individualized approach that defines CV19 CheckUp will deliver much needed support to the more than 2.4 million Michiganders age 60 and older, as well as those with underlying health conditions and/or compromised immune systems.

This is safe, secure and approved website and is brought to you by the State of Michigan and The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Aging and Adult Services Agency.

For the latest and most accurate information regarding COVID-19 please go to the Bay County Health Department website at:







Making Sense of Memory Loss - A guide to community resources for people dealing with memory loss in Bay County




 Department on Aging is a proud member of "Meals On Wheels America"