Celebrating 45 years of making Pullman senior friendly
Pullman Community Council on Aging (PCCoA) is a nonprofit group of citizens and professionals advocating for Pullman’s senior citizens since 1973.
PCCoA’s programs include Pullman Meals on Wheels and Senior Chore Service. Its publication, ‘Guide to Senior Services for Pullman and Whitman County’, is available at no charge. The Council meets regularly with its community partners, providing unique opportunities for collaboration within the senior service sector.
In response to state and federal guidelines, PCCoA programs have been adjusted to help protect both clients and volunteers. Meals on Wheels Delivery volunteers undergo health screening and follow CDC guidelines. Masks are required for all delivery...
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Special COVID-19 Resources for Seniors
Drive-Up Flu Vaccines Pullman Regional Hospital Clinic Network, Sid’s Pharmacy, and Palouse Medical are partnering to provide drive-up influenza vaccination clinics throughout October.
The drive-up clinics will be held outside of Sid’s Pharmacy on the hospital campus. The clinics will be offered in October on October 10 (for adults only), October17, 18, and 24. The hours will be 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Special hours on October 18 are 12 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Patients of Pullman Family Medicine, Palouse Medical and Palouse Pediatrics are asked to call their doctor’s office to make an appointment for the drive-up influenza clinic. For those who are not a patient of these medical clinics, we ask you to come to the drive-up clinic and get vaccinated by Sid’s Pharmacy. This is not a free clinic. Insurance will be billed and most health insurances cover the cost of the flu vaccine. For any questions please call 509-336-7609 or email email@example.com.
Free face masks available through Rural Resources. Call 509-332-0365 to make arrangements.
Ongoing until Phase IV: Council on Aging & Human Services continues to provide twice-weekly meals through the Pullman Senior Center on Tuesdays & Fridays, 11:15 a.m. While the Senior Center is closed, meals can be picked up or delivered to your door. To be placed on the list for meals, call CoAHS at 509-397-4305. Meals are also available at other locations in Whitman County.
Ongoing: Oak on Main restaurant provides free hot meals every Tuesday through their Feeding our Friends program. Meals available from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Park in loading zone in front of restaurant, or call 509.339.6300 to have the meal brought out to your car. Address: 337 East Main St, Pullman.
Community Partners & Networks
- Bishop Place Senior Living
- Center for Civic Engagement, Washington State University (CCE)
- Circles of Caring Adult Day Service
- Community Action Center (CAC)
- Cognitive Aging & Dementia Lab, Washington State University
- Council on Aging & Human Services (CoA&HS)
- DAWN (Dementia & Alzheimer’s Wellbeing Network)
- Disability Action Center
- Friends of Hospice
Community Partners & Networks
- Gerontology Program, Washington State University
- Kindred at Home
- Kindred Hospice
- Pullman Regional Hospital
- Pullman Senior Center
- Regency – Pullman Retirement & Assisted Living
- Rural Resources Community Living Connections
- Sid’s Pharmacy & Long-term Care Pharmacy
- Plus many community groups, churches, and businesses which provide volunteers for Meals on Wheels and Senior Chore Service.