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Breast Cancer Awareness

Our employees in Chauvin show Support and Honor those battling Breast Cancer.
Ms. Arlene is Celebrating her 10th Year Cancer Free!!!
Ms. Melissa is Celebrating her 15th Year Cancer Free!!

TCOA battles Domestic Violence

Terrebonne Council on Aging Employees wear Purple to show Support against Domestic Violence and Abuse

Lacoa Da Summer Conference In Lafayette, La

District III Council on Aging Members attended the LACOA-DA Summer Conference in Lafayette, LA held on August 23 and 24, 2022

Seated from left to right are:  Cheryl Parquet, Executive Director, St. John Parish COA; April Keller, Executive Director, St. Charles Parish COA; Charlene Rodriguez, Executive Director, Lafourche Parish COA; and standing is Jane Walker, Assistant Director, Terrebonne COA.

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Breast Cancer Awareness

Main Office Employees show Support and Honor those battling Breast Cancer.

General Membership Meeting Flyer

General Membership is NOW OPEN

Come join TCOA’s General Membership Drive!

Advocate for the Elderly and Attend our General Meetings!

Click here to Join!


UCB Donation


TCOA Executive Director, Michel Claudet (Left) accepts a donation from Derek Chaisson, Senior Vice-President of United Community Bank for TCOA’s Unmet Needs Program for the Elderly in Need.

Wise And Well

TCOA supports TGMC Well and Wise for benefit of the Elderly

Pictured from Left to Right:  Jane Walker,  Michel Claudet,  Kirby LeCompte, and Elmy Savoie.

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Woodman Life

WoodmanLife Recruiting Sales Manager, Rick Price helps Terrebonne Council on Aging welcome Michel Claudet as Executive Director by presenting him with a new flag.

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Terrebonne Council on Aging Board Members say Good-Bye and Well Wishes to long-time Executive Director, Diana N. Edmonson who is retiring on July 1, 2022 after 31 years with the agency.

From Left to Right: Cyrus Pitre, Melvin Marlbrough, Bert LeBoeuf, Carla Chaisson, Jerome Boykin, Diana N. Edmonson, Kurt Charpentier, Raymonda Guidroz, and Larry Daigle


After you get your COVID-19 vaccine, keep your vaccination card safe – scammers are using the COVID-19 pandemic to try to steal your personal information.

Don’t share a photo of your COVID-19 vaccination card online or on social media.  Scammers can use content you post, like your date of birth, health care details, or other personal information to steal your identity.

If someone contacts you to buy or sell a vaccination card, it’s a scam.

If you suspect COVID-19 health care fraud call 800-447-8477.

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Reporting Elderly Abuse

Elderly Protective Services Toll Free Number 1-833-577-6532

Elderly Protective Services (EPS) is responsible for investigating reports of elders aged 60 and above who are at risk due to abuse, neglect, exploitation and extortion.

In accordance with the provisions of La. R.S. 14:403.2 and La. R.S. 15:1501-1511, Elderly Protective Services is committed to establishing systems to provide protection to individuals who are unable to independently provide for themselves or to manage their resources, and who are harmed or threatened with harm through the action or inaction of themselves, those entrusted with their care, or other parties.

Just a quick thanks for the wonderful collection of goods you delivered to us this past month. Such a thoughtful thing to do! I frequently saw we have the best council of all, and this gift verifies it. Once again, Thanks.

J.T., Houma, LA

Thanks to Council on Aging. I know that this is little but I still want to thank you. The lunches you bring me mean so much. I have so many problems standing in one place to even cook a meal. I also want to thank you for my birthday gift. It was such a wonderful surprise. Thank you. I bless you all for the wonderful job you are doing. God bless you and keep you all safe. I love you all.

P.T. Houma, LA

Just want to thank you for the most thoughtful gift basket for Mrs. I.S. on her 95th birthday. It really cheered her up and made her day extra special. Thanks also for the meals you provide and the courteous driver who delivers them everyday with always a smile and a kind word! It means a lot to those who are homebound. Again, thanks for all that you do.

M.A.C. Shriever, LA

On behalf of the Veterans of this area we wish to thank you for the assistance with hot meals for our homeless Veterans. You do so much for our seniors, but to help veterans too, goes above and beyond the call. Thank you again for your help. God Bless America and supporters like you.

Terrebonne Veterans Shelter, Houma, LA

Give Us A Call

Main Line: 985-868-8411
Transportation: 985-868-7701
Food For Seniors: 985-858-5139
Nutrition/Home Delivered Meals: 985-868-7596
In Home Services: 985-868-5546