The Council on Aging designs, promotes and implements services for Dartmouth's elderly, persons sixty years and older. The nine Council members are appointed for three year overlapping terms by the Selectmen.
The Center is multi-purpose. The Regional Elderly Nutrition Program provides meals each week day at the center. Ongoing services and programs are many and varied: direct Case Management, Transportation, Health Clinics, Food and other Shopping Trips, Senior Citizens Clubs and Tax Assistance to name a few.
The Council continues to serve the community-at-large with the following: Clinics, Computer Classes, Town Resident Photo Identification Cards, Food Bank, Blood Bank Coordination and in many other ways of public service.
The loyalty and dedication of our staff and the many Volunteers allow us to provide one of the finest Senior Centers and Councils on Aging in the state. We are what is called a fully Multipurpose Senior Center serving approximately 5,900 elders in the Dartmouth community. Our motto continues to be, "Any concern of a Senior is of concern to the Council on Aging" and "We are but a telephone call away for any assistance you might need."