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The facility which houses the Granby Senior Center is also home to the Granby Youth Services Department and Granby Social Services Department.
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Yes. There are two senior housing complexes in town:
Individuals must be 62 and older and/or on disability to apply.
Applications are available at the Senior Center. However, completed applications must be dropped off at their respective housing facility. The town does not accept applications.
Unfortunately, we cannot take medical equipment at the Senior Center, so please do not drop off medical equipment at our office. Call us at 860-844-5350 and we will make arrangements for the medical loaner closet coordinator to request a volunteer reach out to you.
Yes. We have a volunteer-run program - Durable Medical Loaner Closet. Call the Senior Center at 860-844-5350 and speak with a member of staff. Your message is passed to the medical loaner closet coordinator. You will get a return phone call usually within 24 to 48 hours from one of the volunteers. Arrangements for picking up the equipment are made directly with that volunteer. The closet is located at Holcomb Farm.
Equipment such as canes, walkers, wheelchairs, raised toilet seats, shower chairs, and the like are available. Items not available would include crutches, braces, anything with fabric/cushion material, and the like.
Our address is:15 N Granby RoadGranby, CT 06035.
We are located on the same municipal complex as the Granby Town Hall, Granby Public Library, and Police Department.
Offices are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4 pm.
From all points from Granby center head Route 20 West. The municipal complex is located on the left side across from the cemetery.
The Granby Senior Center follows the Granby Public School closing and delayed opening decision. Tune into Channel 3. If the Granby Public Schools are closed for the day then the Granby Senior Center cancels all activities, events, and transportation. If the Granby Public Schools announce a delayed opening then the Granby Senior Center is open as usual.
Use proper judgment. If the roads, and/or weather are bad please do not attempt to venture out!
There is a $5 yearly fee for Granby residents and $10 for non-residents. All memberships are renewable in September. This nominal membership fee helps offset expenses allowing us to offer many free programs.
Van dues are $10 annually from September to August. Anyone who uses the senior vans must have paid van dues.
The Senior Van provides rides to medical appointments in the local area. It is important to call at least two weeks in advance to schedule a ride. Contact Transportation Coordinator at 860-844-5350.