ELDERLY COMMUNITY CENTERS


FACILITYADDRESSPHONE #WEBSITE
Grand Prairie Community Health Center - Pediatrics, Adult Services, and Mental Health
405 STADIUM DRIVE, GRAND PRARIE, TX 75050
(469) 865-1850
gpsbh.org
JANIE C. TURNER RECREATION CENTER
6424 ELAM RD DALLAS TEXAS 75217
(214)-670-8277
dallasparks.org
WESLEY RANKIN COMMUNITY CENTER
3100 CROSSMAN AVE DALLAS TEXAS 75212
(214)-742-6674
wesleyrankin.org
JUANITA CRAFT RECREATION CENTER
4500 SPRING AVE DALLAS TEXAS 75210
(214)-670-8391
www./rng.org/0/juanita-craft-recreation-center
BALCH SPRINGS SENIOR CENTER
2919 BALCH SPRINGS RD MESUITE TEXAS 75180
-http://www.cityofbalchsprings.com
GOODBAR SENIOR CENTER
3000 CONCORD DR MESQUITE TEXAS 75150
(972)-329-8705
http://www.cityofmesquite.com
DESOTO SENIOR CENTER
204 LION ST DESOTO TEXAS 75115
(972)-230-5826
http://www.desototexas.gov
RICHARDSON SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER
820 W. ARAPAHO RD #100 RICHARDSON TEXAS 75080
(972)-744-7800
https://www.cor.net
HERITAGE SENIOR CENTER
200 S.JEFFERSON ST IRVING TEXAS 75060
(972)-721-2496
http://www.cityofirving.org
CARROLLTON SENIOR CENTER
1720 KELLER SPRINGS RD CARROLLTON TEXAS 75006
(972)-466-4850
http://www.cityofcarrollton.com
SENIOR RECREATION CENTER-NEW YORK
2015 CRAIG HANKING DR ARLINGTON TEXAS 76010
(817)-460-5009
https://ww.facebook.com/SeniorRecreationCenter/
KENNEDALE SENIOR
N. 420 CORRY A EDWARD DR KENNEDALE TEXAS 76060
(817)-985-2131
http://www.cityofkennedale.com
MIDLOTHIAN SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
4 COMMUNITY CENTER DRIVE MIDLOTHIAN TEXAS 76065
(972)-775-6401
http://www.midlothian.tx.us/712/SENIOR-CENTER
SENIOR ACIVITY CENTER
2401 S. STEMMONS FWY #2194 LEWISVILLE TEXAS 75067

(972)-219-5050
http://www.cityoflewisville.com
HALTOM CITY SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER
5000 BERNICE ST FT WORTH TEXAS 76117
(817)-834-8021
www..haltomcitytx.com
THE BRANCH CONNECTION ACTIVE ADULT CENTER
14055 DENNIS LANE FARMERS BRANCH TX 75234
(972)-919-8740
http://www.farmersbranchtx.gov/160/TheBranch-Connnection
COLLYVILLE SENIOR CENTER
2512 GLADE RD COLLEYVILLE TX 76034
(817)-503-1195
http://www.colleyvilleparksandrec.com/senior-center
EULESS FAMILY LIFE SENIOR CENTER
300 W. MIDWAY DR EULESS TEXAS 76039
(817)-685-1671
http://www.eulesstx.gov
WYLIE SENIOR RECREATION CENTER
800 THOMAS ST #100 WYLIE TEXAS 75098
(972)-516-6340
www.wylierecreation,com
GRAPEVINE SENIOR ACTIVITIES CENTER
1175 MUNICIPAL WAY GRAPEVINE TEXAS 76051
(817)-410-3465
www.grapevinetexas,gov
LAKE WORTH SENIOR CITIZENS
7005 CHARBONNEAU LAKE WORTH TEXAS 76135
(817)-237-3281
http://www.lakeworthtx.org
THE COLONY SENIOR CENTER
5151 N.COLONY BLVD THE COLONY TEXAS 75056
(972)-624-2246
http://www.coppeltx.gov/residentss/seniors-community-center
EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER
1000 EUNICE ST ARLINGTON TEXAS 76010
(817)-277-8091
http://www.facebook.com/EuniceActivityCenter/
BURLESON SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
216 SW JOHNSON AVE BURLESON TEXAS 76028
(817)-295-6611
https://www.burlesontx.com


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