North Shore Deaf Senior Center - Senior Center in Danvers MA
Senior Centers Nearby
The Peter A. Torigian Senior Center opened its doors as a new state-of-the-art facility in November, 1991. Situated on beautifully landscaped grounds in a quiet setting, the Torigian Senior Center's 37,000 square feet of adaptable space is handicapped accessible. Managed by the Peabody Council on Ag
The Salem Council on Aging was founded in October of 1967 to serve the needs of Salem's aging community. It now serves more than 2,000 individuals annually, providing a variety of services, including but not limited to: music programs, special events, exercise classes, sight seeing trips, museum tou
The Senior Center is open to all seniors 60 and older, including seniors from neighboring towns. There is no membership fee to join, simply come in and fill out a registration form. There is something for everyone here. Staff members and volunteers are available to show you around, share a cup of co
The mission of the Wenham Council on Aging is to provide and advance programs and services to enrich the lives of the older adults in the community. All Wenham Seniors (60 years and older) are invited to participate in the Council's many activities. The Wenham Council on Aging regularly hosts activi
The Swampscott Senior Center is located at 200 Essex Street, Rear. The building is adjacent to Swampscott High School. Mission Statement: To serve all seniors with dignity and positive regard. To identify and respond to the needs of elders and to advocate on their behalf. To promote an awareness in
The mission of the Town of Hamilton Council on Aging is to create a friendly and safe community for seniors by providing social services, transportation, education, health, recreation and leisure-time activities and resources that support their well-being and independence, and to assist seniors by a
We are not a club; the center is open to anyone 60 years of age or older as well as those over 50 years with a disability at the Director’s discretion.
The mission of the Town of Middleton MA Council on Aging and Senior Center is to enhance and promote the best quality of life for elders in our community. By treating those we serve with respect, dignity, and interest, we strive to foster self-fulfillment and independence.
The Senior Center is open to all area citizens age 55+ to visit for FREE. Many of the events and activities are free to attend, some of them have a small fee. Visitors are encouraged to come to the center and not be shy about utilizing the services and activities because they aren't sure just how to
The mission of the Nahant Council on Aging (COA) is to provide physical, mental, and emotional stimulation; enabling those 60 and over to achieve engaged and fulfilling lives in a safe environment. The Nahant Council On Aging (COA) provides a wide range of activities which include daily luncheon mea
Our mission is to improve the quality of life and encourage maximum independence for older adults by meeting their health, economic, social and cultural needs.
The Mission of the Essex Council on Aging is to enhance and promote the quality of life for adults 60 and older in the community of Essex. We achieve our mission by: Providing an inclusive environment where all individuals can socialize, build relationships, and receive information; Collaborating w
Our mission is to advocate for Ipswich senior citizens and to design, implement and promote programs and services that support their independence, health and well-being. All senior residents of Ipswich are invited to participate in the many scheduled activities and programs that have been developed
The Mission of the Rowley Senior Center is to advocate for older adults, to identify their needs, to develop and imple-ment services to meet their health, economic, social and cultural needs, to encourage maximum Independence, and to improve their quality of life.