The Granby Senior Center Achieved National Accreditation in March of 2005, becoming the 4th Senior Center in the State to receive this honor. Reaccreditated August of 2010.
The mission of the Town of Granby Senior Center is to maximize the social, physical, and educational well-being of older adults, nuture relationships and foster independence through involvement in the Senior Center community.
Granby Senior Services provides assistance through programming, transportation, a Congregate Meal Program, benefit counseling and referrals. The Center operates five days a week, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Center is also open many evenings for exercise and computer classes, and is utilized frequently throughout the week for meeting space for town boards and commissions, civic groups and youth programs. The building is used by seniors throughout the day and evening for a variety of programs including: exercise classes, computer classes, billiards league, camera club, special breakfasts and luncheons, art and needleworking groups, educational and health programs, and the Senior Men's Breakfast. Other special programs include AARP Drivers Course, Medicare counseling and Tax Preparation Assistance. Senior Services operates two handicpped accessible vehicles for transporting seniors for Senior Center events, shopping trips, cultural events and medical appointments.
The Senior Center works closely with the Youth Services Bureau, Public Library, Recreation Department, Police Department, Public Works Department and local schools. In addition, the Senior Center staff collaborates with local health and human service providers, civic groups, churches and businesses to provide programs and services. As a result of these efforts, the Center has become a "gateway for services" for older adults, providing high quality programming, information and referrals.