Senior citizens in Warrensburg can find a veterans home, nursing homes and senior centers offering personal attention and health care services.

Care Connection for Aging Services, 106 W. Young St., offers a variety of services for the elderly, including the Warrensburg Senior Center, 445 E. Gay St. In addition to lunch daily, there is occasional entertainment, sometimes a visit by a state leader, and always time for fellowship. The center also provides delivered meals to shut-ins. Donations for the food are asked, but not required. For more information about food and other programs, including mobility services, counseling and respite care, call (660) 747-3107.

Missouri Veterans Home, 1300 Veterans Road, provides 24-hour care for residents and is nationally recognized for outstanding service to elderly veterans. Call (660) 543-5064 for details.

Other facilities and agencies that provide senior services and housing: Ridge Crest Nursing Center, 706 S. Mitchell St., (660) 429-2177; Johnson County Care Center, 122 E. Market St., (660) 747-8101; Johnson County Community Health Services, 723 PCA Road, (660) 262-4365; Warrensburg Manor Care Center, 400 Care Center Drive, (660) 747-2216; Harmony Gardens, 503 Burkarth Road, (660) 262-3451; Mooreview, 130 W. Culton St., (660) 429-1587; Bristol Manor, 603 Creach Drive, (660) 747-8319; Crossroads Hospice, 601 E. Russell Ave., (660) 422-5800; Country Club Care Center, 503 Regent Drive, Apt. 607, (660) 429-4444; Warrensburg Senior Housing, 451 Northern Hills Road, (660) 429-6100; and Preferred Futures Inc., 234 N.W. 41st Road, (660) 422-8377.

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