Who We Are

Enrichment Centers for Huron County provides a wide variety of programs and services not only for our seniors, but for all of Huron County. The services we provide, from transportation to meals, from travel to yoga, from Wii bowling to craft projects, are designed to enrich the quality of life for our seniors, while most importantly emphasizing socialization with others and independence. Our Social Service program will help you navigate through the maze of Medicare Part D.

Come dine with us! Our meals programs are nutritious and filling! Come for lunch, meet some friends, and stay for an activity.

The programs Enrichment Centers for Huron County sponsors enhance the quality of life for our seniors and encourages everyone to enjoy life. Our activities are open to anyone 21 years and older. We offer a variety of trips that range from lavish getaways to day trips. Adventurers Travel Club always has the perfect trip waiting for you! Adults age 40 and up are welcome to join us.

Services We Offer

Age Exchange

Our intergenerational after-school program links senior volunteers with school children between Kindergarten and Second Grade.

HEAP, Home Energy Assistance Program

Program paperwork and help with the application.

Information & Referral

We are here for you.  If you have any questions, we will find you answers.

Medicare Part D Assistance

We can make sure your Medicare option drug coverage is right for you.

Facility Rental

Our Willard Enrichment Center space is available for your next party or meeting.


Don’t put off appointments, errands or visits with friends and family due to lack of transportation.  Call for a ride on our “Senior Express!”

Upcoming Events

We have many upcoming events in both Norwalk and Willard we know you will enjoy!

Travel With Us

We take away all the stress of traveling!

We Have Travelled With Over


Satisfied Seniors

About Us

Our History

In 1972, as a result of a countywide committee, Services for Aging, Inc. was established as a private, non-profit agency to provide services to the senior residents of Huron County allowing them to remain independent as long as possible.  At the time of the incorporation, the Huron County Commissioners designated the agency to be the service providers for all county residents who were 60 years and older.  Over the years, the organization has served thousands of county residents through the variety of programs it offers.  Initially services were concentrated in areas for the homebound senior, but over the past decade, the services have expanded to encompass both the physical and mental well being of the older population.  All of our services, with the exception of our programs and trips, are provided on a “donation basis” because our services are based on need and not income.

For the first 6 months the agency was housed in the St. Parish House. After the fire destroyed the building in 1976, the agency received an offer from the county commissioners to use part of the Shady Lane complex.  Senior Enrichment Services is still there today.

But as services expanded and expenses increased, we applied and received monies from the state and federal aging departments as dictated under the Older Americans Act.  Unfortunately, this money did not supply enough revenue to meet the need of requested services of our senior population, so in 1995, the voters of Huron County passed a .4 mil operating levy.  In 2005, a .5 mil levy was passed.  This agency continues to receive donations from the private and public sector to support programs that assist the county seniors.

We have expended our programming to touch the lives of not only the older senior, but also the younger senior through innovative programming and a wide variety of services.  The volunteer board of trustees continues to move the agency forward to meet the changing needs of seniors.

Local Collaborations

Learn More About Our Daily Meal Program