Paine Senior Services serves Cambridge residents aged 60+ years old who prefer to remain independent in their community and need information about resources, services, benefits, and available options.
The Cambridge Council on Aging provides programs and services for Cambridge residents age 60 and over.
Windsor House Adult Day Health Programs maintain adults in their communities by providing high quality supportive services for the elderly and caregivers and affordable housing to adults whose special needs place them at high risk.
The Cambridge Homes offers independent and assisted living for seniors next to Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA.
The Neville Center at Fresh Pond has over 240 years of experience providing quality care to individuals. We offer short-term, long-term, and palliative services.
The Cambridge Health Alliance's Elder Service Plan is an all-inclusive, coordinated program for seniors who which to live as independently as possible in their home and community.
Citywide Senior Center serves as a one-stop multi-service center for seniors living in Cambridge and its surrounding area.
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House offers programming to residents of all ages in Area IV. They have after school programs for elementary and middle school students, a food pantry, an outreach project to young adults, a community building project, a Men's Health League, a Technology Center and more.