19953 Senior Center

Find 19953 senior centers. Senior centers provide information on senior citizens' benefits, services, activities, housing, and retirement centers in an area.

Caroline Senior Center 403 South 7th Street Denton MD 21629 20.1 miles from 19953 410-479-2535

Queen Anne County Senior Center 891 Love Point Road Stevensville MD 21666 35.0 miles from 19953 410-604-3801

Commercial Township Senior Center 8879 Highland Street Commercial NJ 08349 37.8 miles from 19953 856-785-9817

Cape May County Lower Cape Senior Center 2612 Bayshore Road Villas NJ 08251 41.7 miles from 19953 609-886-0070

Baltimore County Maryland Senior Center 641 Main Street Dundalk MD 21222 43.7 miles from 19953 410-887-7225

Ateaze Senior Center 7401 Holabird Avenue Dundalk MD 21222 44.5 miles from 19953 410-887-7233

Anne Arundel County Senior Center 44 Calvert Street Annapolis MD 21401 44.6 miles from 19953 410-222-1927

Dennis Township Senior Center 571 Dennisville-Petersburg Road Woodbine NJ 08270 51.7 miles from 19953 609-861-3137

Avalon Senior Center 3100 Dune Drive Avalon NJ 08202 52.1 miles from 19953 609-967-8200

Washington Township Senior Center 123 Egg Harbor Road Washington NJ 08080 53.7 miles from 19953 856-352-0942

North Beach Senior Center 9010 Chesapeake Avenue North Beach MD 20714 54.6 miles from 19953 410-257-2549

Hamilton Township Senior Center 1309 New Jersey 50 Mays Landing NJ 08330 54.8 miles from 19953 609-625-1212

Baltimore County Senior Center 10535 York Road Cockeysville MD 21030 55.4 miles from 19953 410-887-7694

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.