Reno Senior Citizens Services & Discounts

Reno has many opportunities for senior citizens to keep busy, have fun and get help. Learn your legal rights, discover the arts, find great discounts for seniors and enjoy your retirement years.

Reno Senior Citizens Programs, Activities and Discounts
Opportunities for fun and health for Seniors abound in Reno. Reno Locals is pleased to provide this list of programs, activities and links to more information for our Senior Citizens.
Senior Citizen Self Defense
Sadly seniors are disproportionately victimized and unfortunately many self-defense guides don’t take into consideration the limitations that often come with age, which is why we wanted to create this specific guide. It looks at steps to take to avoid becoming a victim of crime and should you find yourself in a situation and how to protect and defend yourself.
Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary
Senior Companion Program
Matching people who need dogs...with dogs who need people.
Our program focuses on helping local seniors find companionship and purpose through fostering or adopting homeless senior canines. Many of these dogs have been through very traumatic experiences and need recovery, companionship, and purpose, just like people do. Ongoing training, education, and support are provided for all of our adopters. When you adopt a senior dog from CRCS, you also adopt a new family: us! We love our dogs and the seniors who adopt them. Welcome to the family! Adoption fees are waived; donations in any amount are greatly appreciated. Call or e-mail us today, a new friendship is right around the corner!
Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary
555 US Hwy 395 North
Carson City, NV 89704

View their flyer
Visit their website
Sports West Athletic Club Senior Discounts
Sports West Athletic Club Reno located at 1575 S. Virginia Street is offering substantial discounts for Seniors. Get enrolled for $25 (normally $200) and enjoy $10 off the $50 monthly membership. Amenities include a saltwater pool (one of only two in Reno), racquetball, basketball, pilates reformers (extra), a full 30,000 sq ft gym, full service spa, a full schedule of classes including yoga, dance classes, aqua fitness, water Zumba and more.
Sports West is the only 24 hour gym in reno that is staffed, we are the only medically supervised gym, and most of what we do is tailored to the senior citizen crowd. Call 775-348-6666 for more information.
 
Vida Senior Resource
Vida Senior Resource specializes in connecting you with senior care specialists who understand your needs. We will help you find the best home care agency that will allow you or your loved one to remain comfortable and independent. The Vida family offers quality senior home care services that are great alternatives to leaving your home. Our caregivers offer compassionate home care services, 24 hours a day if needed, and we GAURANTEE OUR SERVICES!

Vida Certified Home Care Agencies offer many elder care services to keep you or your loved one in the comfort of their home.

Services include but not limited too...

House keeping services
Companionship
Fall Prevention
Homemaker Services
Incontinence Care
Bathing, Dressing, & Grooming
and more...

We are here to help you find resources for paying for elder home care. We can help you understand the Medicaid eligibility requirements for home care for seniors in your state as well as what respite grants may be available for seniors with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. Our Senior Resource network will provide you or your senior loved one with many resources to pay for senior care…

Medicaid Eligibility
Respite Grants
Elderly care at home for Veterans
Reverse mortgages for seniors
Life settlements
Longterm care insurance

Our mission at VIDA Senior Resource is to provide senior care resources and services that will enrich lives and help maintain the most enjoyable level of living during the twilight of life. Our senior care professionals have the expertise and support to help you find the senior care option that will ensure your loved one receives the compassionate quality care they deserve.

Please call 775-870-3130 for details or go to www.vidaseniorresource.com for details!

City of Reno Senior Services
Visit their site
for program descriptions.
Senior Connect Monthly newsletter
Reno Senior Travelers Fee:Varies upon trip location
Dance Club The Reno Senior Dance Club host monthly dances at the Neil Road Recreation Center. Come and join these friendly active seniors and dance away the afternoon from 2 - 5 p.m.
Brunch and a Movie Club
Meets the first Thursday of every month. See a movie after brunch. Registration is required and the fee is $20
Reno/Tahoe
Senior Games
If you're 50 years or better, come join the fun! Rolling into its eighth year, the Sierra Nevada Senior Games have become a popular athletic event for active seniors who want to compete with others their age. Twenty-three different sports and events take place both indoors and out.
Paradise Park Community Garden The community garden features forty-four ground plots, and four raised accessible beds for the use of members of the community with disabilities. The program runs from April through October with plots assigned on a first come, first served basis with a fee of $10 per plot or $15 for two plots. All participants must attend a required orientation to learn about the program.
The Best of the Best Resources in Our Community
From Celebrating Seniors! Newsletter
The Senior Resource Network
329-5709
Callers receive resource information supporting them in finding programs that fit their needs. Special lists also include Free Food in Our Community and The Free Prescription Medication Packet.
Washoe County Senior Center
328-2575
The Mission of Washoe County Senior Services is to offer continued opportunities for the community`s older adults to maintain dignity, to maintain independence, and to enhance the quality of their lives through the provision of direct and indirect services in a quality, cost-effective manner.
Sparks Senior Center
353-3310
Both Senior Centers have Social Service Departments. They give free assistance on a number of programs such as food, food stamps, meals on wheels, energy assistance, housing, Medicaid and utility rebate programs and more.
The Senior Law Project
328-2592
Free legal help for seniors. Located at the Washoe County Senior Center
Sun Valley Neighborhood Center
674-8484
Many activities for seniors, such as Tai Chi, adult lap swimming and many grandparent friendly activities for you to enjoy with your grandchildren. Give them a call for updated information.
Humane Society
331-5770
Senior Pet Adoption Program. Call for more information.
Care Chest of Northern Nevada
829-CARE (2273)
Lending medical related equipment and supplies to those in need. Limited prescription help. Diabetic supplies also available. Call for income guidelines.
The Salvation Army Social Services Department
688-4563
Emergency needs. Monthly clinic, food, clothing vouchers, vision and dental referral, mattress program and prescriptions (antibiotics only).
Chips
688-2964
Must be eligible for Medicaid and need services in the home. Call for more information.
Women's Health Connection
684-5900
No cost mammograms and pap tests, income guidelines.
Indepth Sock Company
1-516-921-4248 or
1-516-921-6789
Extra large, non-binding, wide socks for man and women. Especially good for people with diabetic or cardiac challenges. Call for an order form or more information.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group
328-2575
Meetings held the second Saturday of each month from 10 am to 11:30 PM at the Washoe County Senior Services Building, 1155 E. 9th Street.

House Calls
775-575-2727 or
888-575-2727

A computerized Monitor Service that assists people in maintaining their independence. Suggest donation, but no one is turned away because of inability to pay. The only qualification is a need for the daily call.
AARP Safe Driving Class
775-786-3509
Attendance in the Safe Driving Class can lower the cost of your insurance premiums. There is a $10.00 fee and they are now conducting classes for all ages in several new locations. Call between 4 and 6 PM weekdays.
Family Resource Centers
329-5709
Call the Senior Resource Center for information on a Family Resource Center near you.
The Alzheimer's Association of Northern Nevada
786-8061
Call for information on Alzheimer's or other Dementia challenges. Respite care information is also available.
The Continuum
424-2339

Caregiver Support Group available for anyone who is caring for a chronically ill or disabled relative.

The Crisis Call Center
Senior Connection

784-8090 or 1-800-992-5757
Offering callers emotional support, crisis intervention and referral information.
Cancer Support Group at Washoe Medical Center
982-4775 (Sally)
Open to patients, family and friends. Meets every Thursday from 11:30 am to 1:00 PM - No fee
The Community Cabinet
359-2222 Extension 159
Helping people in need by supplying basic hygiene supplies. All supplies and services are donated to The Community Cabinet. Call the same phone number to donate.
Many thanks to the newsletter, Celebrating Seniors, Post Office Box 14514, Reno NV 89507 for supplying the above resources to RenoLocals.com. You may subscribe to Celebrating Seniors by writing to the above address or calling 775-329-5709 - it's FREE.
 
Washoe County Senior Services - Marietta Bobba, Director
Visit their site
for program descriptions and more information.

The Mission of Washoe County Senior Services is to offer continued opportunities for the community`s older adults to maintain dignity, to maintain independence, and to enhance the quality of their lives through the provision of direct and indirect services in a quality, cost-effective manner.

Available programs at Senior Services include:
Benefit Assistance - A staff of licensed social workers is available to provide assistance with applications and to answer any questions regarding availble resources in the community.
Daybreak - The Daybreak Program offers group care during the day in a safe, comfortable environment for disabled persons.
Homemaker Program - Provides assistance in the performance of activities related to housekeeping and with activities of daily living.
Nutrition - The nutrition program provides one meal per day at two senior centers and five satellite sites; home delivered meals; assessment and screening; and nutrition education.
Senior Law Program - Provides consultation and representation in legal matters, excluding criminal, divorce, bankruptcy, trusts, and fee generating cases.
Recreation - Activities are held throughout the month at both senior centers to encourage socialization and physical activity.
Special Events and New Activities:
SHIP - SHIP provides information, counseling and assistance to Medicare Beneficiaries in Nevada involving a statewide network of volunteers. SHIP includes Project NEON (Nevada Elders on the NET), a statewide network of Internet access points for seniors.

Hands of Hope Food Bank - Supplying seniors in need with food on a weekly basis.
Visit their website here.
 

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