Centennial Senior Center

254 North State Street
Concord, NH 03301

603-228-6630

Mission Statement:

GoodLife Programs & Activities at Centennial Senior Center is a Concord, NH based, non profit organization whose purpose is to promote a community where all adults 50+ in New Hampshire are engaged and supported and have access to diverse opportunities to enhance their overall wellness.

Our mission is to serve as a hub and focal point, to complement existing services and provide programs, activities, and opportunities for all individuals as they age. Leveraging resources, developing a sustainable future, and engaging in strong partnerships and collaborations with the City of Concord and other organizations, we strive to improve the quality of life for older adults by providing activities and programs that enhance and support the mental, physical, spiritual, and social health of those aged 50+, whether retired or still working.

Our Vision:

Establish GoodLife Programs & Activities as an example of a Senior Center of "excellence" for the Capital area.

Serve as convener and facilitator for partnerships and collaboration that will aid in developing and sustaining a "livable community" for seniors in Concord.

Engage active independent seniors in the community and ensure that they are respected, valued and listened to in all aspects of their lives.

Advocate for those older adults who cannot or are unable to speak for themselves.

Inform and educate the community and others about trends and issues, negative stereotypes, sensitivity to the needs of seniors and address the public perception of aging and 'aged'.

Take on a leadership role in the community serving as a liaison between the aging population and those who wish to connect with seniors.

Become a central community resource for programs, activities, recreation, information, education and advocacy for older adults.

Develop creative and innovative solutions that can reduce barriers and obstacles to healthy aging and independence.

Ensure that all older adults have opportunities to engage in activities, educational and recreational programs that support and encourage healthy aging, and independence regardless of economic means.

Serve as a gateway for older adults, caregivers and families to access services, support systems and programs offered in the community, facilitating, connecting and referring constituents to the resources and support they need.

Guided by a committed, experienced and involved leadership team, remain independent, flexible and adaptable to changing needs and the dynamic environment; dedicated to open communication and open dialogue with community partners; and able to collaborate with other agencies and organizations without exclusion, to better serve all categories of constituents.

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