16101 Senior Center

Find 16101 senior centers. Senior centers provide information on senior citizen benefits, senior services, senior activities, senior housing, and senior retirement centers in an area.


Slippery Rock Senior Center 155 Branchton Road Slippery Rock PA 16057 14.5 miles from 16101 724-794-6440


Cranberry Senior Center 2525 Rochester Road Cranberry PA 16066 21.9 miles from 16101 724-772-6086

Austintown Senior Center 112 Westchester Drive Austintown OH 44515 25.1 miles from 16101 330-953-1416

Niles Senior Center 14 East State Street Southeast Niles OH 44446 28.2 miles from 16101 330-544-3676

Scrubgrass Senior Center 5104 Emlenton Clintonville Road Emlenton PA 16373 29.7 miles from 16101 724-867-2323

Hancock County Senior Center 647 Gas Valley Road New Cumberland WV 26047 33.5 miles from 16101 304-564-3801

West Deer Township Senior Center 4834 Gibsonia Road Allison Park PA 15101 37.2 miles from 16101 724-443-8220

Pittsburgh Senior Center 414 Grant Street Pittsburgh PA 15219 40.7 miles from 16101 412-255-8895

Portage County Senior Center 705 Oakwood Street Ravenna OH 44266 51.8 miles from 16101 330-297-3456

Brooke County Senior Center 1125 Charles Street Wellsburg WV 26070 51.9 miles from 16101 304-737-2474

Who can use Senior Centers?

Senior Centers are open to all individuals of a certain age within a community. The cut-off age varies from one community to the next. Most Senior Centers make their services available to anyone age 55 and above, though some may use a more restrictive minimum age of 60. In some cases, a may make a selection of their programming available to younger individuals.

Is there a cost to programs and services?

Some Senior Centers have a membership fee that allows for access to all programs and services. Other Senior Centers make some programs and services fee-based, while providing some at no cost. Health screenings and human service related programs tend to be made available at no cost.

How are Senior Centers funded?

Although membership fees and program fees make up a part of most Senior Centers' funding, most receive substantial funding through their county or local government as well. They are typically organized as a department within the county or local government and benefit from general tax supported revenues.