27 Pilgrim Parkway
Warwick, RI - 02888
The City of Warwick provides a wide range of quality services to its Seniors. Many of Warwick's seniors are life-long residents and, as such, have earned the unqualified respect and gratitude of the entire municipality. Through programs supported by our senior centers, such as quality meals, health seminars, affordable housing, reliable transportation, and other engaging activities, it is our hope that Warwick's seniors will continue to proudly call Warwick home...
121 Pierce Street
East Greenwich, RI - 02818
East Greenwich Senior Services was created in 2004. The Department offers programs at the Swift Community Center. The Center is accessible to individuals with and without disabilities. A deep commitment to serving the needs of East Greenwich seniors age 55 and over and residents with disabilities is our major goal. For safety and legal considerations, we must set some limitations on the physical and behavioral standards required for attendance. This involves all persons participating in our services; including the meal site, programs and transportation. A majority of the funding for programs and services is provided by the Town of East Greenwich...
145 Washington Street
West Warwick, RI - 02893
We work to promote the independence and well being of our senior citizens and provide services to maintain or improve their quality of life. The West Warwick Senior Center promotes and advocates for Institutional change and public policy to insure the independence of all persons in the Town of West Warwick...
50 Wood Street
Coventry, RI - 02816
The Coventry Resource and Senior Center provides a wide range of services to all Coventry residents. They provide the following services directly or by referrals: outreach, information, support services, case management, socialization, recreation, education, health services, advocacy, transportation, and volunteer opportunities, nutrition, and fitness ..
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