About Us


Oxford Seniors is Dedicated to Serving Seniors and Strengthening Community

Oxford Seniors has been serving Oxford and the surrounding communities since 1953. In 1977, Oxford Senior Citizens became incorporated and began receiving funding from United Way and the area Council on Aging. Senior transportation began in 1978 as the "Help Van," and the Congregate Meal Program followed the same year. 

In 1990, Oxford Seniors became the provider for the Home Delivered Meals Program (now Meals on Wheels), delivering hot, nutritious meals to homebound older adults. The current Oxford Seniors building was completed in 1982. The Community Adult Day Service was added in 2000 to serve older adults with special needs who cannot stay home alone.

The Center is open Monday through Friday, allowing members to use the facilities regularly, and participate in their favorite forms of recreation. It may be a friendly game of pool, or a challenging game of bridge.

Our programs and services are made possible by support from the Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio, the City of Oxford, Butler County United Way, Oxford Community Foundation and additional organizations and citizens of Oxford and surrounding communities.

Come thrive with us in Oxford, Ohio. 
A great place to live, work and play!

No person shall, on the grounds of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, income, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity conducted by Oxford Seniors. Additional information on Oxford Seniors' non-discrimination obligations can be obtained by contacting the Executive Director at (513) 523-8100.