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Belleville Senior Center

125 Mill St, Belleville, NJ, 7109.0

Phone: 973-450-3430

Clifton Senior Center

900 Clifton Ave, Clifton, NJ, 3595

Phone: 973-470-2235
Fax: 973-594-1979

East Newark Senior Center

37 President St, East Newark, NJ, 7029.0

Phone: 973-481-3454

Edison Senior Center

2963 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ, 8837.0

Phone: 732-248-7345

Freehold Senior Center

116 Jackson Mls Rd, Freehold, NJ, 7728.0

Phone: 732-390-6809

Howell Township Senior Center

251 Preventorium Rd, Howell, NJ, 4057

Phone: 732-938-3950

Jefferson Township Senior Center

54 School House Rd, Jefferson, NJ, 7438.0

Phone: 973-697-6818

Madison Senior Center

28 Walnut St, Madison, NJ, 7940.0

Phone: 973-593-3095

Middletown New Jersey Senior Center

1 Oakdale Dr, Middletown, NJ, 7748.0

Phone: 732-671-1629
Fax: 732-671-0575

Montville New Jersey Senior Center

195 Changebridge Rd, Montville, NJ, 3621

Phone: 973-299-5087
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Morris Plains Senior Center

21 Grannis Ave, Morris Plains, NJ, 7950.0

Phone: 973-267-1116

North Plainfield Senior Center

614 Greenbrook Rd, North Plainfield, NJ, 3635

Phone: 908-756-7810

Passaic Senior Center

330 Passaic St, Passaic, NJ, 3629

Phone: 973-365-5754

Randolph New Jersey Senior Center

30 Calais Rd, Randolph, NJ, 7869.0

Phone: 973-989-7084

Red Bank Senior Center

65 Chestnut St, Red Bank, NJ, 4033

Phone: 732-747-5204
Fax: 770-924-7676

Roselle Park Senior Center

314 Chestnut St, Roselle Park, NJ, 3716

Phone: 908-245-0666

Saddle Brook Senior Center

8 Caldwell Ave, Saddle Brook, NJ, 4019

Phone: 201-845-4594

Union City Senior Center

3715 Palisade Ave, Union, NJ, 7087.0

Phone: 201-348-5702
Fax: 201-348-3183

Verona Township Senior Center

21 Grove Ave, Verona, NJ, 3620

Phone: 973-857-4832

Wallington Senior Center

24 Union Boulevard, Wallington, NJ, 3631

Phone: 973-777-5133
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Weehawken Senior Center

2 Potter Pl, Weehawken, NJ, 7086.0

Phone: 201-583-1423

West Orange New Jersey Senior Center

10 Gaston St, West Orange, NJ, 3626

Phone: 973-325-4130
Fax: 973-324-0206

West Orange Senior Center

66 Main St, West Orange, NJ, 3626

Phone: 973-325-4106
New York

Broome County Senior Center

24 Isbell St, Binghamton, NY, 13901

Phone: 607-772-6214

Broome West Senior Center

2801 Wayne St, Endicott, NY, 13760

Phone: 607-785-1777
Fax: 904-721-8500

Dryden Senior Center

4 Neptune Dr, Dryden, NY, 13053

Phone: 607-844-8000

Johnson City New York Senior Center

30 Brocton St, Johnson City, NY, 13790

Phone: 607-797-1149

Monticello Senior Center

2 Jefferson St, Monticello, NY, 12701

Phone: 845-794-2351

New York City Senior Center

12 W 14th St, New York, NY, 10011

Phone: 212-352-2526

Wawayanda Senior Center

1906 New York 284, Slate Hill, NY, 10973

Phone: 845-355-3068
West Virginia

Clay Senior Center

184 Procious Maysel Rd, Clay, WV, 25043

Phone: 304-587-7094

Hancock County Senior Center

647 Gas Valley Rd, New Cumberland, WV, 26047

Phone: 304-564-3801
Fax: 304-387-2693

Pleasants County Senior Center

209 2nd St, St. Marys, WV, 26170

Phone: 304-684-7985
North Carolina

Chapel Hill Senior Center

400 S Elliott Rd, Chapel Hill, NC, 27514

Phone: 919-968-2070

Wake County Senior Center

205 E Garner Rd, Garner, NC, 27529

Phone: 919-779-3922

Western Chatham Senior Center

112 Village Lk Rd, Siler City, NC, 27344

Phone: 919-742-3975
Fax: 919-742-7440

Giles County Senior Center

1320 Wenonah Ave, Pearisburg, VA, 24134

Phone: 540-921-3924

Radford Senior Center

29 W Main St, Radford, VA, 24141

Phone: 540-731-3634

Monroe County Senior Center

118 Home Ave, Woodsfield, OH, 43793

Phone: 740-472-1312
Fax: 740-472-2511

Scio Senior Center

E Second St, Scio, OH, 43988

Phone: 740-945-0271
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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