Senior Citizens

Phone: (973) 470-2234
Fax: (973) 594-1979
Hours: Mon.- Fri. 8:00am - 4:00pm

Directions to the Center

The Office of Senior Citizen and Disabled Services is located at the Senior Center on the grounds of the Municipal Complex at 900 Clifton Avenue. The Senior Center is located by the Colfax Avenue entrance. The activities provided to residents are divided into three categories; Older Adult Services, Nutrition Programs, and Outreach/Transportation.

Older Adult Services: Help is available with filling out all medical forms, financial aid for cooling and heating grants, tax forms and bus fare applications. Information and assistance is available as well as home visits when necessary. Meals-On-Wheels (Ph: 973.569.4093), Living Wills, Notary Public services, home improvement program, reduced drug prescription program and food stamps information is also available.

Nutrition Program: The City offers one (1) nutrition programs for seniors and disabled adults which is provided through the Passaic County Division on Aging. One program is offered at the Senior Center (Barn C-5) 900 Clifton Ave. and can be reached by calling (973) 779-2968.

Outreach/Transportation: Transportation is provided to seniors and disabled adults who have no other means of transportation Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM by calling (973) 470-2235 for an appointment. Transportation is available to St. Brendan's Disabled and Post Stroke Clients, Belle Vista and Senior Center nutrition program, A.R.C. and Easter Seal Workshops for Retarded Adults, Wayne Adult Day Care, Food shopping, and Medical appointments.

Welfare & Public Assistance:

The City of Clifton has contracted with the Passaic County Board of Social Services to provide the mandated Local Public Assistance program to adults in need. The City maintained it's own Welfare program under the auspices of the Local Public Assistance Board which was appointed by the Mayor and Council prior to contracting with the County. The program is offered at 114 Prospect St, Passaic, NJ. This transition has allowed the program to expand it's level of services for Clifton residents to include Food Stamps, Aid to Families with Dependent Children, and Medicaid Certification. Information and referral are available about other social service organizations. Those social services needs not provided by the Welfare Division are handled through the Health and Senior Citizen Divisions. The Welfare Division can be reached by calling (973)881-0100. For information, please visit the Advisory Committee for Individuals with Disabilities, webpage.