Senior Services Information

Gwinnett County Senior Services
Gwinnett County Senior Services provides a variety of programs and services for our seniors, designed to enhance the quality of their lives and maintain their independence. These services also assist the families of seniors with their caregiving duties. To fulfill the needs of Gwinnett County residents, Senior Services offers the following services:

HOME DELIVERED MEALS
This service assists seniors who are homebound or unable to prepare their own meals. Meals on Wheels delivers frozen, chilled, or hot meals on a regular basis Monday through Friday. The meals are tailored to meet the nutritional needs of seniors. For inquiries about eligibility to receive meals, call 678.377.4150. For information on becoming a Meals on Wheels volunteer, call 678.377.6716.

HOMEMAKING
This service helps to meet life’s basic needs through light housekeeping. For information, call 678.377.4150.

IN-HOME RESPITE CARE
The Respite Program is designed for those with or without dementia. It provides caregivers of seniors a break from caring for their loved ones. For information, call 678.377.4150.

SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTERS
Gwinnett senior activity centers are located in Buford, Lawrenceville, and Norcross. The centers function as community gathering places for adults 60 and older. Seniors participate in daily planned programming activities such as exercise and dance classes, arts and crafts, table games, billiards and day trip excursions. The centers host various guests who perform and entertain or speak about medical, financial, and consumer issues important to seniors. Senior clients also receive hot, balanced lunches Monday through Friday. There are no membership fees but some classes and day trips may have small fees.

TRANSPORTATION
Limited transportation is available to seniors who need assistance commuting to and from senior centers, medical appointments, and treatments. Vehicles used to transport seniors are wheelchair accessible. For information, call 678.377.4150.

Can you give some time?

If anyone can help on any Saturday with maintaining the entrances, laying mulch, trimming, planting, general maintenance along highway 120, please contact Hans Pottinger.  He and only a hand-full of other people have been keeping our entrances beautiful for many years.  He can always use some extra helping hands.  Please contact Hans Pottinger if you can give of your time in any way.

Monthly JTHOA Meetings

Upcoming 2016 meeting dates:  September 19th, October 17th, November 21st, and December 19th. Come join your neighbors at the monthly JTHOA Meeting.  The meetings provide everyone an opportunity to learn more about the community and voice any concerns that you might have.  Always scheduled the third Monday of the month (unless there is a special meeting).  The meetings are held in the side community center room at the Christ The Lord Lutheran Church located on Duluth Highway (Hwy. 120) from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Check back on this website to confirm the dates each month.  If you cannot make the meetings, register on this website with your email and you can either view the dates here on the website or request that they be emailed to you

Home Repairs FOR FREE!

Gwinnett County is offering financial assistance up to $20,000.00 for qualified low income homeowners to make home repairs such as roofing, siding, electrical, painting, plumbing, windows and more.  Click Continue Reading to access the application and information to see if you qualify.

The Gwinnett County Community Development Program Staff will review your pre-application and notify you in writing if you are qualified to participate in the program. When your application and documentation is reviewed and approved, you will be notified of eligibility for participation and your name will be placed on the waiting list. Funding is limited and applications will be considered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Rehab Program FAQ

Rehab Program Pre-Application

Volunteers Needed

Would you like to volunteer in the Jackson’s Township Community?  We need neighbors to help with various committees, landscaping projects, and crime watch.  There are also senior citizens and physically impaired residents  who need help with yard work or household chores.  Please contact Hans Pottinger if you can give any amount of time or donation.

Yearly Dues Assessment

The JTHOA Membership Dues Assessments have been mailed and are now due.  Checks should be mailed to the address provided on the notice.  If you lost the information, you can find the membership form on the HOA Documents (Public Documents) tab of this website or see Hans Pottinger personally to submit your dues.  Remember the dues are important, as it will allow the JTHOA to pay bills, hold neighborhood functions and work on neighborhood repairs and upgrades.