Senior Centers

 

FIND YOUR LOCAL SENIOR CENTER
 
FTAAAD has designated the following multipurpose senior centers as community focal points for older people:
CARTER COUNTY   
                                                                  
ELIZABETHTON SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
428 East G St.                                                                               
Elizabethton, TN 37643                                                              
423-543-4362                                                                               
GREENE COUNTY     
                                                                 
ROBY FITZGERALD ADULT CENTER
203 North College St.                                                                  
Greeneville, TN 37745                                                                 
423-639-3128
HANCOCK COUNTY
HANCOCK COUNTY SENIOR CENTER
253 Obie St.
Sneedville, TN 37869
423-733-4253
HAWKINS COUNTY
 
CHURCH HILL SENIOR CENTER
412 East Main St.
Church Hill, TN 37642
423-357-5387
ROGERSVILLE SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
407 East Main St.
Rogersville, TN 37857
423-272-9186
JOHNSON COUNTY
 
JOHNSON COUNTY SENIOR CENTER
128 College St.
Mountain City, TN 37683
423-727-8883
SULLIVAN COUNTY
 
BRISTOL SLATER SENIOR CENTER
325 McDowell St.
Bristol, TN 37620
423-764-4023
KINGSPORT SENIOR CENTER
1200 East Center St.
Kingsport, TN 37660
423-392-8400
UNICOI COUNTY
CLINCHFIELD SENIOR ADULT CENTER
220 Union St.
Erwin, TN 37650
423-743-5111
WASHINGTON COUNTY
JOHNSON CITY SENIOR CENTER
510 Bert St.
Johnson City, TN 37601
423-434-6237
JONESBOROUGH AREA SENIOR CENTER
301 East Main St.
Jonesborough, TN 37659
423-753-4781
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WHAT RESOURCES CAN I ACCESS THROUGH MY SENIOR CENTER?
 
Senior Centers are designed to enhance the quality of life for older people, supporting their independence and encouraging their involvement in the community. Activities and services include: Health Education and Screenings, Physical Fitness, Recreation, Arts and Crafts, Continuing Education, Travel, Information and Assistance, Telephone Reassurance, Congregate Meals, Transportation, and Friendly Visiting.
For information about specific services and programs offered through your local senior center, contact them directly through the information above.
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HOW MUCH DOES MEMBERSHIP COST?
 
Memberships are generally offered on an annual basis through individual senior centers. Fees may depend on whether you live inside or outside the official catchment area of the senior center. If you are financially unable to afford the cost of membership, some senior centers have scholarships available. Some health insurance plans may also cover some of the membership costs.
For information about specific membership fees for your local senior center, contact them directly through the information above.
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GETTING TO THE SENIOR CENTER IF YOU CAN'T DRIVE
 
Contact your local senior center if you are unable to drive yourself to the facility. Many centers have a van service available for little to no cost. Most municipal BUS SERVICES also have routes that include the senior centers.

If you reside in Johnson County, Jonesborough, Kingsport or Greeneville/Tusculum, the MyRide volunteer-assisted transportation program may be able to assist you. CLICK HERE for more information.
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WHERE CAN I FIND CLASS SCHEDULES?
 
Many senior centers post their monthly class and event schedules on the website or Facebook page. Use the links at the top of the page to access these sites. Schedules may also be available in hard copy at some senior centers.
 
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