A Nationally Accredited Senior Center
Opening Doors to Healthy Aging
Welcome to Pawtucket’s Division of Senior Services at the Leon Mathieu Senior Center, a place where healthy aging is encouraged and connections to services is provided.
The Leon Mathieu Senior Center holds National Accreditation and was established in 1980. Comprehensive services and programs are offered to older adults, their families, and caregivers that inform, assist, enrich and fulfill the lives of those 55 and older. Take this opportunity to explore this site and learn firsthand what is available to you.
The LMSC Staff looks forward to meeting you.
Joan Newton - Case Worker/Information Specialist
Melissa Cabral - Program Coordinator
Emilia Fernandes - Outreach Worker
Julieth Cornejo - Secretary
Marie Case - Shuttle Van Driver
John Belluscio - Shuttle Van Driver
Leon Mathieu Senior Center
420 Main Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Fax Line: (401) 312-0268
Transportation Line: (401) 725-8220
The Leon Mathieu Senior Center is Pawtucket’s leading resource for information and assistance with programs and benefits for older adults 60 and above and health and aging activities and opportunities for adults 55 and older.
The mission of the Leon Mathieu Senior Center is to identify Pawtucket’s older adults and provide them with a safe, supportive and nurturing environment where they can access information about resources, programs and services available on the local, state and federal levels. The Center acts as an advocate for the rights and well-being of older adults on a wide variety of issues.
Contact us to schedule a tour of the facility to see the vast array of activities that are offered or to schedule a one on one appointment to meet with a benefits counselor.
The Pawtucket Senior Citizens Council serves to ensure continued commitment to quality programming. The council meets on the third Monday of each month.
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