Senior Services

COVID-19 Schedule Update - 3/30/2020

UCC organization available for residents 70+ or disabled for assistance with groceries, errands, and daily tasks. Click here for more information or to sign up for this free service.

The Riverfront Community Center will be CLOSED to the public for all Senior and Social Services programming have been SUSPENDED until further notice in response to the coronavirus pandemic.  As of 3/27, the Dial-A-Ride service has also been SUSPENDED for the health and safety of both drivers and passengers. (Please visit UCC website for assistance with daily chores and errands, or view the streets and transportation page for potential alternative options of transportation). All updates will be posted as applicable.  Please click here to view all updates, closures, and resources related to COVID19.

Patti White,
Glastonbury Senior Center Program SupervisorPatti White, Senior Center Program Supervisor
(860) 652-7646

The Senior Center is located at The Riverfront Community Center
300 Welles Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033 (See directions)

Hours of Operation

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 8:00 am to 8:30 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

Contact Information

  • General Inquiries: (860) 652-7638
  • Dial-A-Ride Reservations: (860) 652-7643

How Can We Help You?

Purpose Statement

Senior Services is a division of the Town’s Human Services Department and its primary mission is to promote independence, personal enrichment, and an enhanced quality of life for Glastonbury residents of all ages through a variety of programs and services.  Glastonbury Senior Services serves Glastonbury residents age 50 and above.  Acting as a community focal point, this division offers a wide variety of programs and services including social, educational, recreational, wellness, cultural and informational activities. Any senior resident is welcome to participate in the activities offered as no membership dues are required.

The Glastonbury Senior Center was recognized and accredited by the National Institute of Senior Centers in 2007 and re-accredited in 2018. The accreditation process is a quality assurance program requiring community involvement in the self-assessment process and an examination of 9 standards: community, administration, records and reports, fiscal management, governance, evaluation of programs, facility, purpose and planning. The letter of accreditation particularly noted the wide variety of exceptional program choices offered to participating seniors; outstanding leadership and commitment by the staff; a very strong, dedicated and diversified volunteer corps, and an exceptional daily lunch service.

Senior Services

Updated on 03/29/2018 3:39 PM