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Senior Information and Assistance
This is a free service which provides seniors and their caregivers answers to questions about senior issues. It offers up-to-date information on housing, nutrition, social security, legal aid, counseling, education, recreation, rehab services, health care, Medicare and Medicaid, adult abuse and neglect, nursing homes and much more. Call 678.377.4150 Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

If you would rather speak to someone in person, please visit the Gwinnett Senior Services Center at 567 Swanson Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30043.
Other Related Contacts
The support resources listed below can provide personal assistance with most problems.

Gwinnett Coalition HELPLINE 770.995.3339
United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta 211 or 404.614.1000
View Point Health 1.800.241.3175
Gwinnett Health Department 770.339.4283
Department of Family Services (DFCS) 678.518.5500
Environmental Health 770.963.5132
   

Gwinnett Coalition for Health & Human Services
The Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services is a nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing the health and human service needs of everyone in Gwinnett County, Georgia.
Questions about Senior Services
How do I become a participant at one of the three senior centers?
If you are 60 years or older and a Gwinnett County resident, an assessment will be taken to determine if the center suits your needs. You should be able to function with minimal assistance. There is no application or fee, but you must provide your address, phone number and emergency contact information.

What are the hours of operation?
Activities are scheduled Monday to Friday from 9:00am until 1:00pm.

Do you provide transportation?
There is limited transportation available. Transportation to and from the centers is provided by a contractor and must be arranged through the center Manager on a scheduled basis.

If I have my own transportation, do I have to follow a set schedule?
No, you may feel free to come to the center at your convenience.

Are meals served at the centers and is there a cost?
Yes. Breakfast and lunch is available at the center. There is no charge, but you may make a donation to help to offset the cost of the meals. If you have dietary restrictions, you are welcome to bring your meal from home so you may still enjoy the fellowship. A microwave and refrigerator are available for your convenience.

What activities are offered at the center?
Each month a calendar of activities is posted at the center. You may also check the appropriate center and click on the calendar of events.