21713 Senior Center

Find 21713 senior centers. Senior centers provide information on senior citizen benefits, senior services, senior activities, senior housing, and senior retirement centers in an area.


Washington County Senior Center 140 West Franklin Street Hagerstown MD 21740 8.4 miles from 21713 301-790-0275


Smithsburg Senior Center 29 Blue Mountain Estates Smithsburg MD 21783 10.0 miles from 21713 301-824-2183

Emmitsburg Senior Center 300 South Seton Avenue Emmitsburg MD 21727 22.0 miles from 21713 301-600-6350

Loudoun County Senior Center 21060 Whitfield Place Sterling VA 20165 37.5 miles from 21713 703-430-2397

Rockville Maryland Senior Center 1150 Carnation Drive Rockville MD 20850 39.9 miles from 21713 240-314-8800

Ellicott City Senior Center 9401 Frederick Road Ellicott City MD 21042 48.1 miles from 21713 410-313-1415

Catonsville Senior Center 501 North Rolling Road Catonsville MD 21228 52.2 miles from 21713 410-887-0900

Little River Glen Senior Center 4001 Barker Court Fairfax VA 22032 52.5 miles from 21713 703-503-8703

Phelps Senior Center 422 Montgomery Street Laurel MD 20707 53.0 miles from 21713 301-498-3384

Berwyn Heights Senior Center 8603 57th Avenue Berwyn Heights MD 20740 55.0 miles from 21713 301-474-0018

Baltimore County Senior Center 10535 York Road Cockeysville MD 21030 55.2 miles from 21713 410-887-7694

Fairfax County Government Senior Center 5920 Summers Lane Falls Church VA 22041 55.6 miles from 21713 703-931-7027

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.