AARP Tax Aide Program

Tax preparation is available at the Jeffersontown Senior Citizens Center each tax season.  For dates and time visit New and Notes. For additional sites visit the AARP Tax Aide website
  • Ph: (502) 394-3443

Center for Accessible Living

This service provides a variety of services to people with physical disabilities, including:
  • A peer support program to provide information, education, and support to disabled people living in Kentucky
  • A ramp building project, which constructs custom-designed ramps and makes minor household modifications
  • Assistance with finding affordable, accessible housing
  • Equipment loans and workshops in skills necessary for an independent lifestyle for disabled individuals
Please contact the Center for Accessible Living by calling (502) 589-6620.

Jeffersontown Area Ministries, Inc.

Jefferson Area Ministries, Inc. (JAM) is a charitable, nonprofit organization serving Jeffersontown and Fisherville, Kentucky. With support from the City of Jeffersontown, Louisville Metro Government, and area congregations, JAM strives to meet the needs of individuals and families living in its communities. JAM's primary function is to secure resources for those in crisis. The organization also provides additional services to enhance the lives of those who live, work, and play in our communities.

Through JAM's United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Commodities Program senior citizens and disabled individuals have access to USDA commodities on a monthly basis. JAM is currently serving 150 individuals with these products with each distribution providing approximately 30 pounds of food. 

Please contact JAM by calling (502) 267-1055 or visiting:
The Jeffersonian
10617 Taylorsville Rd.
Louisville, KY 40299


The mission of KIPDA’s Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living is to promote and ensure that meaningful and timely services are available for all older adults and persons with disabilities to improve their health, safety, and overall well-being and to provide leadership to the aging network through planning and coordination.

This division of Social Services addresses issues such as the Consumer Directed Options program for disabled persons, the HomeCare program for frail elders in need of assistance in order to remain in their homes, as well as the Health Promotional programs that provide education on healthy choices and lifestyles.
  • Ph: (888) 737-3363

Meals on Wheels

This service delivers meals to senior citizens who need them each day.
  • Ph: (502) 574-6325

MetroCall 311

MetroCall 311 started as CityCall in 1989 in order to help reduce government red tape and improve accountability. It’s the place where you can request a service, offer a suggestion, ask a question, share an opinion, register a complaint, and even pass on a compliment relating to city services and events.
  • Ph: 3-1-1

Metro Louisville Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens

This program provides a service guide containing information on community resources to aging and disabled citizens and the community at large. Information on services available include: housing, legal / financial issues, transportation, care giving as well as information on affordable medical and dental facilities.

Services Guide for Aging & Disabled Citizens

Please contact the Metro Louisville Office for Aging and Disabled Citizens by calling (502) 574-5092.

TARC3 Paratransit Service

This service provides public transportation for people with disabilities who are on regular fixed-route bus service.
  • Ph: (502) 560-0333