Antelope Valley Senior Center

777 W Jackman St,
Lancaster, CA 93534

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661-726-4400

Antelope Valley Senior Center

Built in 1978, the Antelope Valley Senior Center is strategically located near several senior housing complexes and serves communities from Lancaster, Palmdale, Littlerock, Quartz Hill, Lake Los Angeles, and other surrounding unincorporated areas. The center offers a wide range of services and social activities providing opportunities for daily learning, skills enhancement, community engagement, socialization, and healthy living for older adult residents.

 

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PROGRAM NAME DESCRIPTION
Public Access Computers/Computer Labs Computers and printers available for the public to use on their won or in a class setting; tablets available at some centers too
Chair Exercises All the execise is done while sitting and can include Yoga, stretch bands, etc.; varied dates and times
Line Dancing All exercise is taught to fun music in which a partner is not needed; varied levels, dates and times
Square Dance Class participants learn how to square dance to square dancing music while exercising; Beginners and Advanced classes varied dates and times
Happy Singer Groups that focuses practices singing to performance throughout the community
Painting Class for Adults Class teaches all levels to paint with different mediums; varied dates and times
Needlepoint/Needlecraft/Embroidery Class participants learn new/advanced techniques; varied dates and times
Quilting Class participants learn to quilt all levels welcomed; varied dates and times
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Food Pantry & Emergency Food Shelf-stable food is available to individuals and families in need
Senior Foodbank LA Regional Food Bank provides once a month food commodities to income/age eligible seniors
Congregate Meals Lunch meals on-site at centers for seniors
PROGRAM NAME DESCRIPTION
Youth Training Program Provides at risk and disconnected youth with career exposure opportunities, resources and support to prepare them for future success centers are participating training sites
Transitional Subsidized Employment (TSE) Centers serve as a training site for individuals participating in job-readiness programs
Title V Centers serve as training sites for subsidized part-time work for unemployed older adults (age 55 or older)
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Loyola Mediation Mediation provided to the community; once a month by appointment
Case Management – SCV Senior Center Case Management for seniors
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) Immigration & citizenship classes available on-site
Legal Assistance by Bet Tzedek Bet Tzedek provides legal assistance to the seniors
Military and Veterans Affairs (MVA) Assist with benefit applications and claims, they have a driver’s license program and college fee waivers
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Billiards Room dedicated to play pool
Photography Photography club for new and experienced photographers
Dances Events held at centers that include entertainment such as music to dance to and/or food, games, etc. This is an opportunity for community members to socialize with each other
Birthday Celebrations Center staff celebrate senior birthdays at the center
Riders/Seniors on the Move Community members take the public transit to visit educational or culturally-rich sites
Bingo/loteria Game for seniors to play; varying dates and times
Card/Board/Table Games Bid Whist, Canasta, Chess, Checkers, Puzzles amongst others for seniors
Field Trips Community field trips to educational or culturally enriching venues/sites
Movie Day Community members gather to watch a movie together; varying dates/times through the month
PROGRAM NAME DESCRIPTION
Presentation/Workshops Centers have a variety of workshops that changes every week. Do contact your local center for details
Seasonal Celebrations Centers plan celebrations and activities around holidays that include giveaways. Do contact your local center for details
Wellness Fairs Resources and activities that help bring health and wellness to the community for an event
Emergency Preparedness Workshops Centers help prepare the community in the event of an emergency
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Senior Support Group Support group for seniors
PROGRAM NAME DESCRIPTION
Farmer’s Market Voucher Seniors receive vouchers to use at farmer’s markets
Library A quiet space for community members to access books to borrow or read at the centers
Meeting Room Available Centers have meeting rooms available for organizations to use to provide a service to the community
Adult Protective Service Referrals Center staff are able to submit referrals for elder and dependent adult abuse and neglect on behalf of concerned community members
Utility Assistance Utility assistance provided to income eligible households for SoCal Gas and SCE utility bills; varying dates/times at centers
Fitness Centers Exercise equipment available at the center such as treadmill, elliptical, etc.
Information & Referral Provide information and refer community members to programs/services available
Translation Staff assist translate simple documents for the community
Form Assistance Staff help complete simple forms such as Utility CARE Discount, Jury Duty, etc.

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