Our mission is to facilitate active aging and enhance the quality of life for older adults in our communities.
We provide services and resources to seniors, homebound individuals, and those in need through our Meals on Wheels program.
We also provide Pet Meals on Wheels to our homebound members.
We have many social activities going on all week throughout the Center, including card games, exercise classes, group games, educational seminars, arts and crafts classes, day trips, and much more.
We have many social activities going on all week throughout the Center.
Member activies include:
- Games and Social Activities
- Educational Programs
- Day Trips
- Daily Fellowship Meals
- Community Resources
- Balance & Strength Classes
Annual membership is $50 per single or $75 per couple and includes all Center activities except Fitness. Membership is for one year from the enrollment date.
The Fitness Membership is in addition to the Annual Membership and is optional. Fitness Membership Fee: $35/month (no contract), or FREE to members aged 75+. BSBAC also honors the following Wellness Programs:
- Silver Sneakers
- Renew Active by United Healthcare
- Silver & Fit, Active & Fit
- More (Visit the Membership Office for Wellness Programs details.)
BSBAC delivers hot, nutritious meals Monday through Friday to various parts of Western Comal County.
Frozen meals can also be delivered for the weekend or holidays.
To qualify you must:
- live in our service area, which is part of western Comal County, and
- be 60 years of age or older, and
- be unable to prepare a meal or have one prepared, and
- be homebound.
Others with special needs may be eligible if funding is available or they are unable to go to a senior nutrition center for lunch.
To apply for home-delivered meals, contact Jean Larson.
Research shows that seniors with pets are less likely to exhibit depression, report feelings of loneliness, and experience illness.
By providing assistance with feeding, veterinary care, and more; we help to alleviate some financial and physical burdens to an animal-loving senior, with limited access to food.
Must be currently enrolled in the Meals on Wheels program.