Los Angeles County Senior Center

Find Los Angeles County California senior centers. Senior centers provide information on senior citizens' benefits, services, activities, housing, and retirement centers in an area.

City Of Walnut Senior Center 21215 La Puente Road Walnut CA 91789 909-598-6200

City of San Dimas Senior Center 201 East Bonita Avenue San Dimas CA 91773 909-394-6290

Claude Pepper Senior Center 1762 South La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035 310-559-9677

Culver City Senior Center 4095 Overland Avenue Culver CA 90232 310-253-6700

Gardena Senior Center 1670 West 162nd Street Gardena CA 90247 310-217-9552

Glendora Senior Center 333 East Foothill Boulevard Glendora CA 91741 626-914-8235

Hawthorne Senior Center 3901 West El Segundo Boulevard Hawthorne CA 90250 310-349-1650

La Mirada Senior Center 13780 La Mirada Boulevard La Mirada CA 90638 562-902-3160

Lancaster Senior Center 777 West Jackman Street Lancaster CA 93534 661-726-4400

Los Nietos Senior Center 11640 Slauson Avenue Whittier CA 90606 562-699-9898

North Hollywood Senior Center 11430 Chandler Boulevard Los Angeles CA 91601 818-763-5361

West Covina Senior Center 2501 East Cortez Street West Covina CA 91791 626-331-5366

Westminster Senior Center 1234 Pacific Avenue Los Angeles CA 90291 310-392-5566

Senior centers Near Me

About Senior centers

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.