Unless specified otherwise, information on services listed below is available by calling the Santa Clara Senior Center at (408) 615-3170.
The Care Manager helps older adults to live safely and independently in their homes by accessing community resources. Santa Clara city residents age 60 and older and their family members are eligible for Care Management. This service is available through Senior Support Services at the Senior Center.
Health and Wellness Program
Registered nurses provide screenings, health information, and referral to resources, free of charge, for Santa Clara city residents age 50 or older. Appointments are available Monday through Friday at the Senior Center. This service is available through the Senior Support Services at the Senior Center.
Dining Out Program
The Dining Out Program, sponsored by Santa Clara County and the Santa Clara Senior Center, is a program for individuals 60 years and older to receive a nutritionally-balanced lunch. Registration and reservations are required.
Adult Education Classes
Many classes are available at the Senior Center. For more information call (408) 423-3500 or check out Santa Clara Adult Education classes www.scae.org.
Health Insurance/Medicare HICAP
A free service provided by Council on Aging. For appointments, call the Senior Center.
Income Tax Service
A free seasonal tax service is available from AARP. The service is held in the Senior Center Computer Lab.
Legal Assistance SALA
Legal services are available for seniors 60 years and older. By appointment only. For appointments, call the Senior Center.
Second and fourth Fridays 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm, Free
This service is available by appointment to seniors age 50 and over. All signers must be present and provide photo identification consisting of either a valid driver’s license, state issued identification card, or passport. The name on the identification must match the name on the document(s) to be notarized. Loan and mortgage documents are not included in this free service. Appointments are made in 15 minute increments. Please call the Senior Center at (408) 615-3170 to set up an appointment.
AARP Driver Safety Program
The AARP Driver Safety Program is the nation's first and largest refresher course for drivers age 50 and older that has helped millions of drivers remain safe on today's roads. Applications and additional information are available at the front desk of the Senior Center.
Emergency Cell Phones
Free cell phones can be obtained at the Senior Center; they are to be used for 911 calls only. The Senior Center is always accepting donations of old cell phones to reprogram.