Transportation to and from the Heritage Center is a service provided by the Jewish Community Center. Limited door-to-door rides are available Monday through Friday. New riders should call the Heritage Center for assistance in setting up their first ride. $2 each way
The Heritage Center is a great place for a delicious, fresh meal. Lunch is served Monday through Friday at noon. To make a reservation, call or stop by in person. Reservations are taken up to two weeks in advance. If you don't like the main entree, no problem. We offer the following alternatives with advanced notice: egg salad, tuna salad, gefilte fish and garden salad. $5 per person
Kosher Carry Out
Bubbe's Kitchen offers some of our favorite dishes in frozen, convenient, carryout packaging. If you don't feel like cooking, we have you covered. Check out our carryout menu of blintzes, cabbage rolls, mushroom barley soup (diary) and matzo ball soup (meat).
Carry Out can be purchased anytime between 8 am and 1 pm from the Heritage Center kitchen.
Jewish Family Services
Life transitions can create new challenges. Jewish Senior Network (JSN) works with you and your family to assess those challenges and address them. JSN is an established program of Jewish Family Services, Older Adult Services (JFS).
If you would like assistance finding needed services contact the Jewish Senior Network by calling 913-327-8250. Navigating the many questions and issues that are unique to aging is not always easy. If you're not quite sure where to turn for help or need low-cost solutions, here are a few resources to get you started. These agencies specifically serve older adults and each offer their own unique array of programs. Among others, you'll find information on help at home, transportation, meals, respite care, caregivers, computer assistance and utility assistance. Check out their websites for additional information. Informational brochures can also be found in the brochure rack located within the Heritage Center.
Johnson County Human Services, Aging Information and Referrals
United Way, 211 (Information Hotline)