Senior Centers and Meal Programs

Senior Center Locations

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    Caroline "Lily" Lobozzo Aging Resource Center
    Maplewood Y
    25 Driving Park Avenue, Rochester
    Phone: (585) 341-4013
    Directions: Main Street to State Street which turns into Lake Avenue, right onto Driving Park, right into Maplewood Y parking lot.

    Centro de Oro Senior Center
    817 East Main Street, Rochester
    Phone: (585) 256-8900 x23
    Take Inner Loop to East Main University Avenue exit. Make a left on East Main, center is on the right.

    Charles Settlement House
    71 Parkway, Rochester
    Phone: (585) 277-0813
    Located at the Charles Settlement House 2nd Floor.

    Chili Senior Center
    3235 Chili Ave., Rochester
    Phone: (585) 889-6185
    Directions: Take 490 W. to Chili Center exit, left on Coldwater Rd., right on Chili Ave. Center is on the left next to the fire station.

    Community Place of Greater Rochester
    145 Parsells Avenue, Rochester
    Phone: (585) 288-0021 
    Directions: Off Culver Road, north of Main St. The building was once a church; look for a large brick structure. Small parking lot attached. Parking on the street.

    Dunn Tower I (Managed by Charles Settlement House)

    100 Dunn Towers Drive, Rochester, NY 14606

    Phone: (585) 277-0813

    DirectionsL Off 390 North, Ecit Lyell Avenue, Turn Left. Head North on Lyell until it turns into Spencerport Road, Dunn Towers  Road on Right.

    Dunn Tower II (Managed by Charles Settlement House)

    200 Dunn Towers Drive, Rochester, NY 14606

    Phone: (585) 277-0813

    DirectionsL Off 390 North, Ecit Lyell Avenue, Turn Left. Head North on Lyell until it turns into Spencerport Road, Dunn Towers  Road on Right.

    Greece Community and Senior Center
    3 Vince Tofany Blvd.
    Phone: (585) 723-2425
    Directions: I-390N to Latta Rd., left on Latta Rd. to Long Pond Road, right on Long Pond Road, Vince Tofany Blvd. is off Long Pond Road.

    Henrietta Senior Center
    515 Calkins Road, Henrietta
    Phone: (585) 334-4030
    Directions: I-390 South to Hylan Dr., south to Calkins, left on Calkins to Senior Center, (just past Town Hall and library on right) Located in Don Cook Senior Center.

    Hilton Senior Center
    59 Henry Street, Hilton
    Phone: (585) 392-9030
    Directions: 531 Expressway to Manitou Rd, north to Wilder Rd., left on Wilder to Village of Hilton, to Henry St., right on Henry St. to school. Located in the rear of school, enter through the side door.

    Irondequoit Senior Center
    154 Pinegrove Avenue, Irondequoit
    Phone: (585) 336-6078
    Directions: I-590 North to Titus Ave., left on Titus to Cooper Road, west on Cooper to St. Paul Blvd., right on St. Paul to Pinegrove Ave, right on Pinegrove to Center. Located in the Pinegrove Senior Center, enter through front door.

    LIFESPAN Downtown
    25 Franklin Street, Rochester
    Phone: (585) 232-3280
    Directions: located in the old Sibley Tower Building. Park in lot behind the Sibley’s building.

    MARC of Baden St.
    86 Vienna Street, Rochester
    Phone: (585) 325-8134
    Directions: Clinton north to Joseph Ave., Joseph Ave. to Vienna St., right on Vienna St. to parking lot, left into parking lot. Located in Canon St. Julian Center at end of parking lot, enter through front door.

    Ogden Senior Center
    200 South Union Street, Spencerport
    Phone: (585) 352-3250
    Directions: I-490W to 531, exit at Union St. Spencerport, (Rt. 259 North) follow Union St. to underpass. Located in house just past underpass, before main part of the Village of Spencerport.

    Pittsford Senior Center
    3750 Monroe Avenue, Pittsford
    Phone: (585) 248-6235
    Directions: I-590 to Monroe Avenue.  East on Monroe Avenue, past Pittsford Plaza.  Left into building.

    Southwest Senior Center
    Montgomery Neighborhood Center
    10 Cady Street
    Phone: (585) 436-3090
    Directions: Mt. Hope Avenue to Ford Street, turn left onto Dr. Samuel McCree Way (Bronson Avenue), turn left onto Olean Street, left on to Cady Street. Center is on right.

    Sweden Senior Center
    133 State Street, Brockport
    Phone: (585) 637-8161
    Directions: I-490W to 531 to Washington St. (last exit), north on Washington St., left on 31, right on Sweden-Walker Rd., left on Canal Rd., follow Canal Rd. to Senior Center. Located on right hand side of Canal Rd. just before entering the main part of the Village of Brockport.

    Webster Senior Center
    1350 Chiyoda Drive, Webster
    Phone: (585) 872-7102
    Directions: Just North of Route 104 off Phillips Road

    Wheatland Senior Center
    22 Main Street, Scottsville
    Phone: (585) 889-1284
    Directions: I-390 to Scottsville Rd., south on Scottsville Rd. to Main St., right on Main St. to Wheatland Municipal Building.  Enter through side door.

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    Meal Sites Only

    Office for the Aging/Monroe Community Hospital
    435 East Henrietta Road, Rochester
    Phone: (585) 753-6280
    Tickets and program registration are available in the Monroe County Office for the Aging on the 3rd floor of MCH, Monday - Friday, 9:30-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m.

    The ticket must be completed, signed, and given to the cashier in the cafeteria at time of service. The individual must abide by the program regulations and may only choose from items outlined on the ticket, unless the cafeteria administration needs to make a change based on availability. In those instances, the individual may only choose items based on the food choices defined by the cafeteria administration.

    Individuals must be 60 or over, the spouse of a participant 60 or over, or the adult disabled child who resides with a participant age 60 or over, but due to health and safety regulations may not be a resident or patient of Monroe Community Hospital.

    The Monroe County Office for the Aging suggests a contribution of $3.00 per meal for eligible participants. If an individual earns more than 185% of the 2017 Federal Poverty Rate($22,311 for a single family household, $30,044 for a two person household), we suggest a contribution of $7.40 per meal (actual cost of the meal). Contributions for this meal site will be collected in the Monroe County Office for the Aging. Participants will be provided an envelope and may, if the choose, confidentially provide a contribution in the locked box on the right side of the door as you are exiting the office. Individuals may contribute using a check made out to the Monroe County Office for the Aging, and while this check will not be tracked or applied to any individual user, the individual does give up anonymity in making a contribution. A guest (someone who does not otherwise met eligibility requirements) may purchase a ticket for $7.40/meal. An individual who otherwise meets the eligibility requirements does not need to be a resident of Monroe County to participate in this program. An individual who is otherwise eligible cannot be denied service for failure or refusal to contribute a suggested contribution.

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      Meal Programs

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      Senior Center programs located throughout Monroe County serve residents age 60 and over. All offer a nutritious meal and many have a complete calendar of recreational, cultural, educational, health and social services programs. Transportation services are available at many programs. There are several meal programs available for mature adults in Monroe County. There is a suggested contribution of $1.50 per one-way trip for participants who receive transportation services to the meal program.

      Lunch Club 60 Program

      The Lunch Club 60 Program is a congregate meal program for persons with 60 or more years of wisdom, their spouse of any age, or their adult disabled child of any age when accompanied by the person 60+. This program is administered by the Monroe County Office for the Aging. It was created in 1972 as part of the Older Americans Act, and is designed to help the older person enjoy better health through improved nutrition. The suggested meal donation for Lunch Club 60 is $3.00 per meal unless you earn more than 185% of the Federal Poverty Rate ($22,311 for a single family household, $30,044 for a two person household). For those who earn more than 185% of the Federal Poverty Level, we suggest a donation more in line with the actual meal cost of $7.40 per meal.  Meal selections change monthly. Persons who are not yet 60 or otherwise eligible may participate by paying the full $7.40 cost of the meal (this includes grandchildren and domestic partners under age 60 who are not a legal spouse, as well as paid staff that are not otherwise eligible). Guests are defined as someone who is not otherwise eligible. An otherwise eligible individual does not need to be a resident of the community or location serving the meal. All contributions go back into the program to allow for expanded reach.

      Lunch Club 60 programs are located throughout Monroe County and each program is unique. Most locations offer activities and events based on the interests of people who attend. Some may charge a fee or have other requirements for programs and services outside of the meal. All Lunch Club 60 locations offer Nutrition Education and 1:1 Nutrition Counseling with a Registered Dietitian (see Nutrition:, for more information on these services). If you have questions, contact your Senior Center/Site or the Office for the Aging at 585 753-6280.

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      Home Delivered Meals

      Meals at Home

      The Monroe County Office for the Aging contracts with University of Rochester Medicine Home Care, Visiting Nurse Service. (585 787-8397) to assist with better health through nutrition. Often mealtime becomes a real challenge for individuals who are recuperating from an illness or who are too ill or frail to prepare a meal. Meals on Wheels provides the valuable nutrition needed. Anyone can make a request for service.

      To be eligible for this service a person must be:

      • 60 years of age; and
      • homebound; and
      • living alone or with someone who is unable to prepare nutritious meals and/or is absent during the day.

      U of R Medicine Home Care has numerous meal programs. The meals funded by the Office for the Aging have a recommended donation of $3.00 per meal unless you earn more than 185% of the Federal Poverty Rate ($22,311 for a single family household, $30,044 for a two person household). For those who earn more than 185% of the Federal Poverty Level, we suggest a donation more in line with the actual meal cost of $7.40 per meal.

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