Eagle House Senior Community Center - Senior Center in Lunenburg MA
Senior Centers Nearby
The Fitchburg Senior Center is open to senior citizens, 60 years and over, from Fitchburg and area communities. The Fitchburg Senior Center, under the direction of the Council on Aging is dedicated to helping seniors in various ways to enhance their quality of life. It is FREE to join our center and
The Mission of the Leominster Council on Aging / Senior Citizens Center is: to enhance the quality of life for seniors in the community by assessing their needs; to design, create and advocate for programs that meet the established needs of the seniors; and to educate and enlist the support of city,
The mission of the Lancaster Council on Aging / Senior Citizens' Center is to enhance the quality of life for seniors and their caretakers by assessing their needs, and meeting their needs by creating and advocating for programs that meet the established needs of the seniors. The COA should educate
The Westminster Community/SeniorCenter is a 7,400 square foot facility which opened in 2015. The mission of the Westminster Community/SeniorCenter is to provide facilities for Westminster residents to engage in recreational, social, educational, cultural, community service, civic, and governmental a
The mission of the Ashburnham Council on Aging is to identify the needs of the elderly in our community and provide appropriate programs and services to meet those needs. The Council is dedicated to this by offering health and nutrition programs and socialization, referral services and transportatio
Mission Statement: "To serve as the Resource Center for the community's elders and their caregivers. We will provide services and programs that include health, education, nutrition, recreation, transportation,and advocacy for elders."
For elders, quality of life is often related to the quality and continuity of relationships. The Senior Center provides a "welcoming destination" that accepts you regardless of financial status, race, creed, medical condition, or mobility. Many seniors see the Senior Center as a "home away from hom
The mission of the Princeton Council on Aging is to identify the needs of the elderly in our community and provide appropriate programs and services to meet those needs. The Council is dedicated to this by offering health, fitness, and nutrition programs and socialization, referral services and tran
The Council on Aging (COA) is a department of the municipal government established for the purpose of coordinating or carrying out programs that meet the needs of the aging.
The Gardner Council on Aging's mission consists of three core responsibilities. One is to identify the needs of the community's elderly population and to know the resources that are available. Second is to educate the community at large in the needs of seniors. Last is to design, promote and impleme
The Hubbardston Council on Aging and the Senior Center exist to serve, support and enhance the lives of all senior citizens in the community by providing social, educational and health-related programs and activities which support their well-being. It seeks to create an environment that is socially
We are here to help you get the information you need and advocate for needs that you may have, including, but not limited to: Medicare assistance, including new Medicare Part D information; Prescription Coverage, including Prescription Advantage; Fuel assistance, food stamps, care giver issues; Tran
The Templeton COA coordinates and operates senior-oriented social and educational programs and training, and provides many services which include information, referrals, and advocacy to many outside resources. There is no membership fee!
The West Boylston Council on Aging is a human service department of the town, which serves the needs and issues of West Boylston seniors, age 60 and over, or families with senior issues. The Council on Aging offers a range of programs, services and activities, such as: transportation, information an
Our mission is to help seniors to socially connect in their community and be linked to all of the services they need to maintain their individuality and independence.