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Broadway Timberville Senior Center

233 Coop Dr, Timberville, VA, 22853

Phone: 540-896-7595

Carroll County Virginia Senior Center

449 Training Ctr Rd, Hillsville, VA, 24343

Phone: 276-728-7911

Charles Drew Senior Center

3500 24th St S, Arlington, VA, 22206

Phone: 703-228-5703

Chesapeake City Senior Center

3815 Bainbridge Boulevard, Chesapeake, VA, 23324

Phone: 757-502-4901

Chesapeake Senior Center

1114 Freeman Ave, Chesapeake, VA, 23324

Phone: 757-545-9639

Colonial Heights Senior Center

157 Roanoke Ave, Colonial Heights, VA, 23834

Phone: 804-520-9220

Fairfax County Government Senior Center

5920 Summers Ln, Falls Church, VA, 22041

Phone: 703-931-7027

Giles County Senior Center

1320 Wenonah Ave, Pearisburg, VA, 24134

Phone: 540-921-3924

Little River Glen Senior Center

4001 Barker Court, Fairfax, VA, 22032

Phone: 703-503-8703
Fax: 703-503-8711

Loudoun County Senior Center

21060 Whitfield Pl, Sterling, VA, 20165

Phone: 703-430-2397
Fax: 703-430-5530
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Ocean View Senior Center

600 E Ocean View Ave, Norfolk, VA, 23503

Phone: 757-441-1767

Page County Senior Center

16 Amiss Ave, Luray, VA, 22835

Phone: 540-743-1241

Radford Senior Center

29 W Main St, Radford, VA, 24141

Phone: 540-731-3634

Russell County Senior Center

Pioneer Dr, Lebanon, VA, 24266

Phone: 276-889-5359

Southside Senior Center

925 S Main St, Norfolk, VA, 23523

Phone: 757-664-6484

Stafford County Senior Center

1739 Jefferson Davis Highway, Stafford, VA, 22554

Phone: 540-658-7109
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About Senior Centers

Senior centers serve as a gateway to the nation's aging network—connecting older adults to vital services that can help them stay healthy and independent. More than 60% of senior centers are designated focal points for delivery of OAA services—allowing older adults to access multiple services in one place.

To maintain operations, senior centers must leverage resources from a variety of sources. These include federal, state, and local governments; special events; public and private grants; businesses; bequests; participant contributions; in-kind donations; and volunteer hours. Most centers rely on 3 to 8 different funding sources.

The National Council on Aging (NCOA)’s National Institute of Senior Centers (NISC)

NISC supports a national network of over 3,000 senior center professionals dedicated to helping older adults remain active, engaged, and independent in their communities. NISC is setting the standard for the future of senior centers by promoting cutting-edge research, promising practices, professional development, and advocacy. NISC also offers the nation’s only National Senior Center Accreditation

Program. Accreditation provides official recognition that a senior center meets nine national standards of senior center operations. To date, more than 250 senior centers have received accreditation.

Senior centers offer a wide variety of programs and services, including:

•    Meal and nutrition programs
•    Information and assistance
•    Health, fitness, and wellness programs
•    Transportation services
•    Public benefits counseling
•    Employment assistance
•    Volunteer and civic engagement opportunities
•    Social and recreational activities
•    Educational and arts programs
•    Intergenerational programs