Heartfelt thanks to these meal- delivering volunteers Tues, Wed.Thurs. and Friday every week/2 routes. Also thankful for the Pierce County/ADRC-sponsored meals on wheels program, and the Sneakers/SV staff that prepares & packs them. What a difference you make in our community.
And don't want to forget --- thank you Diane Huebel for the hand-crafted decorative masks that several us are wearing!

Coordinating volunteers to help seniors and adults with disabilities to maintain their independence

When it might be time to call STAYING PUT

  • I’m feeling lonely and isolated; a visitor would be nice once in a while.
  • I need support connecting socially in the community; I don’t know where to start.
  • I’ve considered volunteering, but I don’t know what the needs are, or what I’d be capable of doing.
  • I no longer have the ability to drive, and could use a ride downtown or to church, or to the food pantry.
  • I can still drive in town, but it’s more difficult to get around on my own … I am less sure of my footing, my balance, etc.  An escort would enable me to still participate in the things that have always brought me joy.
  • My eyesight is failing, I can’t read anymore. I’d love to have somebody come and read to me.
  • We could use some help around the house, with meal prep, vacuuming making the bed, and things like that.
  • I’d be happy to hire help for housecleaning, some yard and property work … but I have no idea who to call.
  • Things are changing, it’s more difficult to care for ourselves at home, there is consideration of assisted living. We are unsure of our options. We aren’t familiar with support resources that might allow us to remain home. 
  • My Mom and Dad really need help in their home, but don’t want to ask for it. The family has tried, but could use support in convincing them to accept help.
  • I could use assistance navigating the confusing network of county, government, and various agencies that offer assistance.
  • Really, sometimes I could just use a friend, somebody to talk to
    We are happy to help!!  ​715-778-5800

Clubs and Activities

call 715-778-5800 for information & to sign up

  • Memory Café – meets every 2nd & 4th Tues. of the month/10:00-11:30 am
  • Dance Club – meets to go dancing/one Wed. afternoon per month​
  • Craft Circle – begins winter of 2018

or CALL 715-778-5800



We thank First Bank of Baldwin for their support!


Due to the coronavirus pandemic and community health concerns, Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put has suspended ALL group activities until further notice. Local transportation assistance is also suspended.

If you are homebound and need help with delivery of local groceries/supplies, Staying Put can assist. Please call: (715) 778-5800.

The Senior Dining congregate meal site @ Sneakers in Spring Valley is discontinuing the Tuesday – Friday buffet EFFECTIVE 3/17/20.  In its place has been established a Grab and Go meal (for pickup) to 60+ diners. This temporary program is intended only for those who struggle to prepare their own meal. NOTE: to observe safety for all, participants of the program are asked to pick up the meal and leave.

New participants must call Sneakers to register: (715) 778-4200.

Call the Pierce County ADRC with any other questions regarding this program (715) 273-6780.

The Meals on Wheels program through the Pierce County ADRC, delivered by Staying Put volunteers, continues to operate. Call the Pierce County ADRC with questions: (715) 273-6780.

If you are in St. Croix County, please check with them on current updates: (715) 381-4360.

Feel free to call Staying Put with questions and concerns during this challenging time: (715) 778-5800.

Please watch for updates, and stay well!

“A supportive community offers
​a safety net that inspires confidence”

                                                                    Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put

Our organization depends solely on volunteers to take clients to their appointments, grocery shopping, providing companionship and many other daily tasks that may be too difficult for them to handle on their own.


  • Rides to local events, doctor, hair or other appointment, church, groceries, drug store, visiting a friend or care facilities, senior meals, etc., dance-day outings
  • Meals on Wheels delivery
  • Socialization opportunities/encouragement to engage isolated/ lonely
  • Visits or caring phone calls/companionship
  • Reading, playing games or cards
  • Light housekeeping or light yard work
  • Food preparation
  • A break for someone who takes care of a loved one
  • Being a walking buddy
  • Technical help
  • Small home repairs and maintenance
  • Pet care assistance
  • Special-events engagement
  • Resource referrals (for requests/needs outside Staying Put parameters)
  • BOOKS-to- GO: call SV Library 715-778- 4590 or Staying Put 715-778-5800
  • TECH WORKSHOP:  Must call for appointment - 715-778-5800


"Be the change you wish to see in the world"

-Mahatma Gandhi

(715) 778-5800