Village of New Baden • 1 E Hanover St • New Baden, IL 62265 • (618) 588-3813
 Village Hall:  618-588-3813

Village of New Baden
1 E Hanover St
New Baden, IL 62265
(618) 588-3813














Important Numbers

AARP Driver Safety Program
(888) 227-7669

Alzheimer's Association - St. Louis Chapter
(800) 272-3900

Cancer Information Service
(800) 422-6237

Driver Services, Seniors Division
(888) 261-5238

Energy Assistance & Weatherization
(800) 252-8643

Illinois Human Services Helpline
(Cash Assistance, Food Stamps, Medical Assistance, Child Care Assistance, Fraud or Abuse, Mental Health, Persons with Disabilities, Services for Women, Infants & Children)
(800) 843-6154

Medicare & Medicaid/Fraud or Abuse
(800) 447-8477

Nursing Home Information and Abuse
(800) 252-4343

Secretary of State's Office (General Information)
(800) 252-8980

Senior Citizens Hotline
(Aging, Senior Assistance and Elder Abuse)
(800) 252-8966

Taxpayer Assistance
(800) 732-8866

Toll-free Directory Assistance
(800) 555-1212

Western Clinton Co. Senior Services (WCCSS)
(618) 224-9913

Veterans' Affairs
(800) 827-1000


Senior Citizens

New Baden Senior Citizens

The Senior Citizens of New Baden hold a monthly meeting on the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at the O. W. Billhartz Civic Center.

A Card Party is scheduled the last Tuesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. at the Civic Center.

For more information on this, contact Rose Wolters, 588-4735.

Trenton Nutrition Center
Western Clinton County Senior Services Association
520 North Main Street, Trenton IL 62294
(618) 224-9913
fax: (618) 224-9016
Questions? E-mail us:

The Trenton Nutrition Center (TNC) serves a hot, delicious meal daily, Monday through Friday, at 11:30 a.m. to all seniors that are past their 60th birthday. This meal is intended for all walk-in customers from Sugar Creek and Lookingglass Townships. No senior will be turned away. A $5.00 donation is asked at the door.

Why should I donate for my meal?

Visit (Western Clinton County Senior Services) for meal menus.
Meals are served at the O.W. Billhartz Civic Center in New Baden EVERY Wednesday. Reservations required. Please call Trenton Nutrition Center for more info, 224-9913.
Contact TNC for more information regarding planned activities.

South Central Transit (SCT) can provide transportation at no charge to the Trenton Nutrition Center for their daily meals.
Call (800) 660-7433 to sign-up

  Area Agency on Aging of Southwestern Illinois

2365 Country Road, Belleville IL 62221
(618) 222-2561 (800) 326-3221
fax: (618) 222-2567
Questions? E-mail us:

Contact the Area Agency on Aging for information on any of the following:

*Adult Day Care *Senior Employment Services *Legal Assistance
*Care Giver Programs *Transportation *Nutrition Services
*Case Management *Home Health Services *Volunteer Services
*Elder Abuse Prevention Programs *Home Repair *Respite Care
*Emergency Response Systems *Home Modification *Senior Housing Options
*Information & Assistance *Senior Center Programs  

  Working Together, we can keep our Communities Healthy

Christian HomeCare Services, Inc.
115 West Randle, Lebanon IL 62254
(618) 537-9590

The Volunteer Interfaith Caregivers program at Christian HomeCare Services, Inc. has bee providing NO CHARGE assisted transportation services to older adults in the St. Louis Metro East area for 12 years.
If you, or a friend/family member, needs transportation to medical appointments, including to St. Louis, please call. Must be 60+ years of age.


   Want to Volunteer??

Volunteer Interfaith Caregivers is looking for volunteers to drive older adults to medical appointments. Reimbursement available.

Call Christian HomeCare Services, Inc. in Lebanon for more info, 537-9590

  Alzheimer's Association - St. Louis Chapter

Founded in 1981, the St. Louis Chapter has grown from a single support group to a multifaceted service and health agency with headquarters in St. Louis and resource centers in Cape Girardeau, MO and Collinsville IL.
Skilled volunteers join professional staff at every level of service, from office support to public speaking to leadership. The more than 30 St. Louis Chapter staff members have over 250 years combined experience in dementia care, gerontology, and social work.
Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

St. Louis Chapter
9370 Olive Blvd
St Louis MO 63132
24/7 Hotline: (800) 272-3900

   AARP Driver Safety Education Class