If you are 60+ and need help with expenses for your pet, you may be eligible for financial support. Can cover pet food, pet supplies, vet care, grooming, temporary boarding expenses, and more.
Offers restaurant quality meals prepared in the comfort of your home. Ideal for at-home events like baby showers, anniversaries, holidays, birthdays, graduations, as well as for people who can no longer cook at home.
Meals on Wheels provides delivered meals to homebound seniors or eligible adults living with a disability. More than just a meal, this services also provides a daily check-in on seniors to ensure
The Open Fitness Center includes a circuit of stations that provide opportunities for a full body workout to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and cardiovascular endurance. Several types of fitness equipment that are easy to use for all ages.
Food, fun and fellowship are what Senior Dining is all about. Enjoy a nutritious meal at a warm, friendly Senior Dining Site in the company of friends. Volunteer, meet people and partake in
Get involved with a wide array of fitness class options every month at the L.E. Phillips Senior Center. Offers circuit classes, strength classes, morning blasts, step classes, yoga, chair yoga, core, pilates, zumba, and much more multiple days a week. Classes require a punch card that can be purchased at the center.
The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) connects individuals age 55 or older with meaningful volunteer opportunities in their communities. Volunteers are matched with volunteer opportunities that best reflect their interests, available time, and preferences. Volunteer sites are varied and may include tutoring or mentoring children.