Transportation is provided to active members of the center.
Grocery store shopping available on Tuesday and Thursday.
Medical and Dental appointments by appointment, Mon, Wed & Fri.
Please call Jim Convery, Transportation Supervisor to schedule transportation. (203) 877-5131 ex. 2125
Through a partnership with LifeBridge Community Services, we are able to deliver hot meals five days a week to medically house-bound seniors and disabled adults. Contact Marie Vaungh, MOW Coordinator at (203) 877-5131
to learn how to apply and qualifications.
Are you in need of information regarding social service concerns, Senior or disabled housing, or energy assistance? Contact Christine Lyas at (203) 877-5131 ex. 2139
Need something notorized? Call our main number (203) 877-5131 to ask to schedule a notory to assist you.
At this time, notory public service is suspended until further notice.
During tax season, we are host to two tax volunteer tax preparation groups.
VITAS and AARP. This service is free of charge to seniors and low-income residents. To learn more about this program, please contact Paula Honcz, Receptionist at (203) 877-5131.
At this time, all appointments have been cancelled and suspended.
Do you need help with Medicare, Title 19, or other Social Security Insurance or other insurance assistance? Contact John Cornelius, Senior Benefits Specialist at (203) 877-5131
Milford Food Bank
All residents of Connecticut can utilize the MIlford Food Bank. To learn more about the food bank or to make a food bank donation, please contact (203) 877-5131
At this time, we have limited pre-packaged boxes for families and individuals. Call to schedule pick-up.
Free memory screening is offered at the Milford Senior Center bi-annually in February and August ( canceled for August). Screenings are conducted by Yale Social Gerontology and Health Lab nurses and other Dementia care professionals. Screenings generally take 10 minutes or less. To learn more, contact Christine Lyas, Social Service worker (203) 877-5131 ex. 2139
There comes a time in our lives when we may have to take time out to care for a family member who has become dependent on assistance for various health reasons. Caregivers transport their loved ones to doctor’s offices, schedule medical appointments, accompany them on grocery shopping trips and assist them in so many ways. However, it is so very important that some respite time is necessary for the caregiver, enabling them to continue with patience and dedication to those who are in need of assistance. Finding that respite time for themselves is challenging for caregivers. However, at the Milford Senior Center, the Ahrens Program, provides an opportunity for a loved one to enjoy varied activities that are beneficial to both the participant and the caregiver.
On its 30th year, the Ahrens Program is staffed with a combined 48 years of experienced staff. It has been described as one of the Milford Senior Center's "best kept resource" for families needing a structured, safe and fun environment for persons with various memory/cognitive impairments. For more information, contact Rita Whiskeyman, Ahrens Program Coordinator at (203) 877-5131 ex 2114
Program Fee: $10.00 per day
Monday through Friday
9:00 am to 1:30 pm
Includes: Continental Breakfast, cognitive-fit games, exercise, live entertainment, lunch*, painting class, transportation and more.
*Lunch is provided by Lifebridge Community Services, with a suggested $3.00 donation per lunch. (not included in the Ahrens fee)
The Ahrens Program is under review for reopening at this time. Please check back with us at a later time.