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Aging Services

Aging Services of Canadian County (ASCC) is a division of Redlands Community College designed to help seniors maintain their independence by furnishing those 60 years of age or older with housekeeping, nutrition, and transportation services. ASCC has served more than 10,000 seniors in Canadian County for longer than 25 years, and has not only supplied more than 100,000 services, but also has connected clients with other appropriate resources and services. Referrals from individuals, families, and various agencies are welcomed. ASCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, disability, religion, or income.

ASCC is not funded by Redlands. Funding for ASCC is supplied by the Areawide Aging Agency, according to the Older Americans Act -- Title III-B and Titile III-C, OKDHS Aging Services Division, and through donations. While services are based upon need, rather than ability to pay, donations for services are highly appreciated and will help ensure that ASCC can continue to provide these valuable benefits.

Persons who are 60 years of age or older and who live in Canadian County, and care-givers to those in this age range, are eligible for a variety of excellent benefits offered by Aging Services. Those services include the following.


For those needing assistance at home, ASCC supplies a trained and personable staff member to perform light housekeeping duties. Participants must be physically unable to do the work. Eligibility will be determined by a personal needs assessment. Duties include vacuuming, dusting, mopping, dish washing, changing of linens, and laundry, but do not include personal care and heavy lifting.


The nutrition site in Mustang provides delicious, hot lunches for seniors in a social setting, Monday through Friday. In addition to these nutritious meals and fine company, seniors can enjoy a variety of activities including bingo, cards, dominoes, quilting, crafts, guest speakers, and music groups. For more information, stop by the location or call the number listed below:


1201 South Mustang Road
Mustang, Oklahoma 73064

Those living in rural locations or who are homebound may be eligible for home delivered meals, which are available Monday through Friday. Service areas for home delivery include all of Canadian County except for El Reno and Yukon city limits.


On Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, the ACSS' handicapped-equipped bus transports Canadian County residents (60 years or older) from their homes to Oklahoma City for medical purposes.

Reservations should be made in advance for all trips by calling 405.262.7121.

Outreach Assessments

Outreach is available to identify the needs of Canadian County seniors for counseling and direction concerning furnished services. Home assessments are provided to determine precisely what benefits will work best for the individual.

Monthly Newsletter

The Canadian Sunrise, a newsletter distributed county wide, contains a calendar of monthly activities, hot meal menus, nutritional articles, and community news on upcoming events of interest to seniors. To receive your free copy, please call us at 405.262.7121 to be placed on the mailing list.

Volunteer Program

Private and public support is extremely important if ASCC is to continue to meet the increasing needs of seniors in Canadian County. Volunteers of all ages are essential to each of the program services. If you are interested in helping senior citizens maintain independence and health by volunteering, please contact us at 405.262.7121.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Nutrition center assistance

Contact Information

For information regarding this program or to request services, contact Melinda King at 405.262.7121, via e-mail at