Older men and women benefit through social interaction with individuals of various ages through educational programming, counseling, health promotion, employment counseling and placement, recreational activities, and volunteer opportunities. They come to senior centers for many different reasons: to meet other people, to participate in specific activities, or to obtain specific services to provide a seamless continuum of care. Those who come bring their talents, skills and values. The range of program opportunities is rich and varied enough to supply each individual with particular resources needed at that point to continue growth and development.
Located at 24 North 300 West, Brigham City Senior Center is the focal point in southeast Box Elder County where information about and access to aging services can be obtained. The center's operating hours are Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Center is a division of Brigham City Corporation, Bear River Association of Governments and the Utah Division of Aging Services.
To persons 60 years of age and older in southeastern Box Elder County, the Center is a place to receive information, services, support, and opportunities for self-actualization. It is a link in the continuum of care to families and other community service providers.