St. George Active Life Center

The purpose of a senior citizens center is to be a community focal point where older adults that are 60 years and over can come together for a variety of individual and group services and activities that reflect their experience and skills; provide nutritionally sound meals; respond to their diverse needs and interests; encourage their involvement within the center and the community; enhance their dignity and quality of life; provide various forms of assistance to enable them to live healthy and independent as long as possible.

Mission Statement

  • Senior Center Staff create an atmosphere that acknowledges the value of human life, affirms the dignity and self-worth of the older adult participant and maintains a climate of respect, trust and support. Within this atmosphere, the staff creates opportunities for older adults to apply their wisdom, experience and insight and to learn new skills.
  • A senior center provides a nutritious lunch meal, served either in the senior center congregate dining room or a hot meal delivered in a heated truck to those sick, frail and homebound individuals.
  • A senior center provides transportation for those that can no longer drive or who feel unsteady, to and from the senior center’s congregate meal programs, shopping trips, doctor/hospital appointments and/or other needed destinations to further their independence.
  • A senior center provides exercise for both the body and the brain and offers opportunities to interact with other seniors socially.
  • A senior center serves as a resource center for the entire community, offering a system that links participants to services and educational opportunities within the boundaries of the center or referral to resources offered by other community agencies.
  • A senior center offers information to family members on aging; educational seminars; support groups for family caregivers, bereavement, Parkinson Disease, and other afflictions; training for professional, lay leaders and students; and for development of innovative approaches to addressing aging issues.

Programs include:

  • Meals assistance
  • Transportation services
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Legal services
  • Caregiver support
  • Computer classes

Activities include:

  • Arts & crafts
  • Pool table room
  • Fitness classes
  • Movie of the Month
  • Games
  • Dancing
  • Social groups

Meals Assistance

Nutrition Program

Lunch is served Tuesday thru Friday from 11:30am-12:30pm. Our lunch is served cafeteria style. A salad bar is available every day.

There is a suggested donation of $3.00 per meal for those 60 years of age and older. For those under 60 years of age, there is a charge of $7.00 per meal. No reservations are required. Stop in at the front desk to check in with one of our fabulous volunteers before entering the dining room.

Daily entertainment as well. Come and check it out. You may find yourself singing along.

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is a service provided to those who are 60 years of age or older, unable to leave their home without assistance from someone else, and unable to drive. The Meals on Wheels program is available throughout Washington County and provides a nutritionally balanced meal & beverage (2% milk), following the dietary guidelines of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U. S. Department of Agriculture. The St. George Active Life Center serves the area from Coral Canyon to Gunlock. 

Meals are delivered Tuesday through Friday between the hours of 10:30am – 2pm. On Friday, two meals can be delivered upon request for a total of five meals per week. There is a suggested donation of $3.00 per meal.

Please call the St. George Active Life Center at (435) 634-5743, Option 0 or ask for Linda, to verify eligibility and sign up for the Meals on Wheels program.

An outreach worker will visit you within the first two weeks of signing up to assist with any questions.

  • (435) 634-5743
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  • 245 N 200 W
    Saint George, UT 84770