During the Covid-19 Closure of the Senior Center (please read link above), employees will be on-hand to answer phone calls from residents: Monday-Friday 631.351.3253 from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Please take a moment and view the Videos (to the right) for your enjoyment!
Our goal for Town of Huntington seniors is to provide an exciting, informative, caring, social and positive environment. In addition, to being a Suffolk County Nutrition Site, we offer a wide variety of programs, events, activities, trips, volunteer opportunities, community clubs, resource referrals and support services. Our programs include a social model Adult Day Care, Caregiver Support and Respite, Residential Repair, Home Delivered Meals, and In-Home Services (EISEP). We strive to instill a sense of belonging, purpose, growth, friendship and support. We are so fortunate to have a second senior location, the Senior Beach House, which overlooks beautiful Centerport Bay. Whether one chooses to relax and simply enjoy the view or partake in art lessons, cards/games, parties, swimming, pavilion rentals, bocce, shuffleboard, kayaking or exercise - it's a wonderful experience.
The Town of Huntington Senior Division delivers services, programs, support and advocacy to independent Huntington seniors (age 60 and older) at the Senior Center. If you wish to be notified monthly by email about our specific programming, please follow the instructions within NOTIFY ME. It is a three step process.
1. Enter your email address.
2. Scroll down to Senior Section. Select specific information you wish to receive.
3. Click on Join icon.
Once a month (or more if necessary) you will receive specific information you requested.
The Senior Center is open Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
We provide services to the impaired elderly in our outstanding Adult Day Care Program. We offer additional programs at our magnificent Beach House and our various Senior Club locations.
The Nutrition Center is sponsored by the Town of Huntington with funding in accordance with the U.S. Older Americans Act via New York State Office for the Aging, Suffolk County Office for the Aging and U.S. Administration for Community Living.