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Senior Services

Senior Center

The Waterbury Senior Center is a city-run building for all seniors ages 60 and over, completely dedicated to our senior population.  It has all of the comforts of home with access to services and information at your fingertips. We have a health room specifically for wellness-related programs, such as flu clinics, mobile podiatry, dentistry and so much more. A computer lab facilitates classes on how to use the latest electronic gadgets, Facebook, e-mail, and Skype. There is also a room with card tables and a pool table.

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Senior Shuttle

Transportation provided for Waterbury senior citizens for medical visits, shopping, and recreation. Door-to-door service is offered at no additional cost. Van is lift-equipped for seniors who are disabled.

 

Use the shuttle

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B.R.A.S.S

Bringing Resources To Action To Serve Seniors | The Waterbury BRASS office is located in the Waterbury Senior Center. BRASS is the central hub of information on services, programs, and benefits for Waterbury residents ages 60 and over.  The office provides information and benefits access for seniors and coordinates a system of social and wellness programs.

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FAQs

I need Meals on wheels, how do I go about applying?

Contact the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging (WCAA) at (203)757-55449

How do I qualify to participate at the Waterbury Senior Center?

You must be age 60 or older and a Waterbury resident. Please bring your photo ID down to the senior center (1985 East Main Street Waterbury, CT 06705) to fill out a membership form.

I need a ride. How Can I schedule that?

The Waterbury Senior Shuttle Program is open to all City Of Waterbury residents aged 60 years and older. All shuttle riders are required to have a Senior Shuttle ID car which may be obtained by calling (203)346-3810 ext:7274.

I'm looking for affordable housing. Where can I find a listing?

2015 Housing Guide.pdf (wcaaa.org)

I have questions and / or need help with Medicare and / or Medicaid. Who can I speak with?

Contact the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging (WCAAA) CHOICES program at (203)757-5449, Monday through Friday between 8am and 4pm.

I am looking for food resources, where can I find them?

The following link is the mobile food pantry schedule, which you can find here Connecticut Foodshare Mobile Distribution Calendar or by visiting 2-1-1 Connecticut(211ct.org)