The Senior Service Coordinator can be found on the main floor of Village Hall, 2500 East Lake Avenue. Coordinator Kimberly Hand, MS, CMC, is available from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (unless otherwise posted) to provide information and specialized services to older adults and their families. This service is provided through a contractual agreement with the North Shore Senior Center paid for by the Village of Glenview.
Information available through this service includes:
- Older adults benefits program
- Senior and family services
- Gas, electric and water bill support for income-qualifying individuals
- Counseling about concerns of older adults and their family members
- Care management for older individuals living independently at home
- Support groups for individuals and family members dealing with health issues such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease and with vision and hearing loss
- Adult protective services
- Supportive services in the home such as housekeeping and chore services
- Assistance with Medicare, health insurance and entitlement programs such as energy assistance, tax relief programs, and pharmaceutical assistance programs
- Directories of nursing facilities, retirement home and guide to selecting home health care organizations
- Guides to senior services in individual communities
- Coordination and monitoring of services provided by multiple organizations
- Health education and screenings
- Wellness and fitness programs
- Screening and counseling for those considering moving to a nursing home
- Assistive devices available for loan, up to three (3) months, to seniors. Items that are available are canes, walkers, crutches, bath benches, bath chairs, transfer benches, raised toilets, seats with arms, commodes and wheelchairs
- Donations of equipment are also accepted. Call first to determine availability.
Seniors interested in recreational, social and educational services are encouraged to visit the North Shore Senior Center at 161 Northfield Road, Northfield, or the Glenview Senior Center's East Wing at 2400 Chestnut Avenue. Operated by the Glenview Park District, the Glenview Senior Center has approximately 1,700 members and operates Monday through Friday, as well as some weekends. Call (847) 724-4793 for more information.
For an overview of services and programs available to older people living in their own homes, visit the Illinois Department of Aging website.
Senior Housing Assistance Program
The Village Senior Housing Assistance Program is designed to help eligible Glenview residents with their property taxes or rent.
The Village has approved up to $2,145 per year toward rent or property taxes for qualifying Glenview senior citizens. Qualified recipients will be selected according to need. Checks are issued twice per year and are made payable to the applicant only. Any questions, please contact Kim Hand at 847.904.4366.
A W9 form must be completed each year and is included with the application. The Village of Glenview expresses no opinion on whether the grant is taxable income-please consult with a trusted professional for tax related questions.
You may be eligible for financial assistance if:
1. You have been a Glenview resident (living within the corporate limits of the Village) for at least two (2) years consecutive years at the time of application. (Documentation will need to be provided for 2 years of consecutive residency at the time of application.)
2. Your Glenview residence is your only residence and you DO NOT own any other property.
3. You are 62 years of age or older at the time of application.
4. For a one-person household, your total yearly income must be below $20,385. For a two-person household, is your total yearly income must be below $27,465. (A household is anyone living in the residence. Income thresholds are based on 150% of the 2022 Federal Poverty Level for annual income for the 48 contiguous states.)
5. You pay rent or real estate taxes. (Lease agreement and Real Estate Taxes must be in applicant’s name)
6. You are NOT a resident of the Patten House of Glenview, a retirement home, assisted living facility, or a nursing home.
7. You are NOT receiving Federal HUD Section 8 subsidies.
8. You do NOT have any outstanding debts or liens owed to the Village of Glenview.
Click here to download the application form. Completed applications, including all required documentation, will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 10, 2023.
Depot Square Senior Condominiums is an independent living environment at 1220 Depot Street, just north of the downtown Glenview train station.
Applicants must be at least 65 years old and are ranked according to priority categories and total income. An application is available here.
Loan Closet - At this time the loan closet is full and new
donations are not being accepted - please call back in the future to donate items.
Glenview seniors are able to borrow equipment for three months at no charge. The equipment includes:
- Wheel chairs
- Walkers with wheels
- Four-prong canes
- Raised toilet seat with arms
- Bath bench
- Bath chair
- Transfer bench
Call (847) 904-4366 for availability and to reserve your Loan Closet items.