September House Senior Center - Senior Center in York PA
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The Mission of the Yorktown Senior Center is to assist older individuals to optimize their quality of life by promoting socialization and wellness, fostering independence, and strengthening links between our senior center and the community.
The Active Living Center offers a welcoming space for area residents age 60 and over to gather. Participants experience a fun, caring, and safe environment where they can access community resources and receive the support needed to maintain an active and independent lifestyle. The Active Living Cent
White Rose Senior Center is a place to have fun, meet new friends, learn a skill or just kick back and enjoy life
Heritage Senior Center is a non-profit organization, funded in part by the York County Area Agency on Aging. Our mission is to provide programs and services for those age 60 and over that are designed to overcome loneliness, combat boredom, enhance self-esteem and personal growth and encourage indep
The mission of Windy Hill on the Campus is to create a community of people dedicated to learning, growth, mutual support and social interaction.
Golden Connections Community Center is a multi-service facility for 60 or older adults. The Center can fulfill many social, emotional, and intellectual needs. Center activities are designed to overcome loneliness, enhance self-esteem, encourage personal growth, and to facilitate independence through
The Northeastern Senior Community Center offers a program of socialization, recreation, educational issues and health services as well as a daily nutritious meal. Through this program we hope to overcome loneliness, enhance self esteem and promote personal growth while encouraging independence along
The Susquehanna Area Senior Center’s primary mission is to promote the health, emotional, social, and intellectual well-being of senior adults living in the community. Through daily programming, members are offered enriching opportunities in a safe, fulfilling environment for senior citizens.
There are currently over 600 members of the Red Land Senior Center. Membership qualifications are still very similar to what they were 38 years ago; members must be aged 60 or older and be a resident of York County. Today, the focus has shifted from not only serving those who have the most economic
Our primary mission is to establish and maintain a senior center that provides programs to facilitate the social, emotional, cultural, economic,and physical well being of senior citizens regardless of race, religion and nationality.
The Stewartstown Senior Center served its first luncheon on March 25, 1974 under the Lutheran Social Services. The York County Area Agency on Aging took over in 1984 and encouraged centers to become independent. As of July 1, 2006, the YCAAA stopped funding our center .The center became incorporat
The mission of the Delta Area Community Senior Center, Inc. is to establish, maintain and operate a Senior Citizen Center in the Delta area to advance the physical, social and emotional well-being of PA residents 60 years of age or older on a non-profit basis. The center is a community facility in w
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