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Chicago ranks as unique for its neighborhood communities which reflect the cultural diversity of the City. These communities are represented by five regions: Northeast, Northwest, Central West, Southeast, and Southwest. The Chicago Department of Family & Support Services has built a senior center in each of the five regions of Chicago.
These centers serve as a focal point to Chicago residents , who are 60+ and their spouses, and caregivers where a variety of social, educational & recreational activities are available. Each center is tailored to the needs and interests of the communities. However every center provides a core of program and services including:
The regional senior centers are conveniently located, accessible, available by public transportation and have free parking. Most programs are available free or at a nominal charge. Door to door transportation may be accessed through PACE's Special Services or Taxi Access Programs.
|Central West Regional Center||2102 W. Ogden||312.746.5300|
|Northeast "Levy" Regional Center||2019 W. Lawrence||312.744.0784|
|Northwest "Copernicus" Regional Center||3160 N. Milwaukee||312.744.6681|
|Renaissance Court||78 E. Washington||312.744.4550|
|Southeast "Atlas"Regional Center||1767 E. 79th St.||312.747.0189|
|Southwest Regional Center||6117 S. Kedzie||312.747.0440|
For more information on the CDFSS Regional Centers please call 312.744.4016.