The City of Trenton's Division of Community Relations & Social Services provides senior services to older adults, aged 60 or over, who are Trenton residents.There is no fee for services.
The Division's Office on Aging provides information and referral assistance, linkages to community resources, and help completing various forms, such as those for rent abatement, taxes, Lifeline, Social Security, Home Energy, PAAD, and other health insurance forms.Any assistance that can be provided to a senior is given by the Office on Aging.Home visits are often provided for incapacitated and homebound senior customers.
The transportation unit provides transportation to and from senior centers.It also serves as a means to assist the elderly with grocery shopping, medical or dental appointments, or any other emergency issues.
Senior centers provide a variety of programs and recreational activities, which promote socialization and assist in maintaining economic self-support for the older adults.Activities include, but are not limited to: nutrition, painting, singing, dancing, bingo, sewing, on-site social services, health workshops, sign language classes, card playing, and cultural and recreation trips.Currently, there are four City-operated senior centers (listed below).
Hours of operation:
Monday – Friday
15 Ringold Street
Trenton, New Jersey08618
SamuelNaplesSeniorCenterJennye W. Stubblefield Senior Center 611 Chestnut Avenue301 Prospect Street Trenton, New Jersey08611Trenton, New Jersey08618
(609) 989-3462(609) 989-3463
870 S. BROAD ST.
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