Senior Services


Mission Statement

The mission of the Town of Yarmouth’s Division of Senior Services is to foster an Age-Friendly community that enhances the quality of life for the Town’s older adults (60+) and their families by providing programs and services in a supportive and accessible environment that contributes to vital aging through mental, physical, and financial wellness.

Senior Transportation Services

Cape Cod RTA is still providing limited DART (Dial-A-Ride/Door-to-Door) buses for essential transportation services such as to the grocery store or a pharmacy.  Seniors should schedule a trip in advance by calling by noon the day before they need a ride (800-352-7155).

Food Assistance Resources

We provide food assistance resources year round and especially during the current COVID-19 health crisis. Please see below and visit our Yarmouth COVID19 Community Resources page for available services and visit our Yarmouth COVID19 Communications page for updated health advisories and information.

Yarmouth Senior Center Brown Bag Program 508-394-7606; 528 Forest Road West Yarmouth
The Yarmouth Senior Center offers home-bound low-income seniors free food delivery through the Brown Bag program. This program provides a free bag of food each month , typically containing about 10-15 pounds of a variety of nutritious food items from the major food groups.

Grab and Go” Lunch program offered to Seniors at the Yarmouth Senior Center parking lot. Similar to our Neighbors in Barnstable, this program was designed to keep Seniors eating nutritious meals during these difficult times. The bag will consist of: a breakfast bar, apple juice, sandwich, fresh fruit, fresh vegetable and chips. Bags will be served curbside at the ballroom entrance to the Center. This service will be offered Monday – Friday, from Noon until 1:00 PM, until further notice. 

Yarmouth Food Pantry  508-394-0880 

Yarmouth Senior Center

The Yarmouth Senior Center is a multi-purpose drop in center that identifies the needs of the elder residents in the community.  We work to meet those needs by advocating for services, provide information, we offer programs and activities to enhance the quality of life for elders and those who care for them.

The Center provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere to visit with old friends and make new ones, to learn from each other and to teach new skills, a place where you feel comfortable sharing, your thoughts and ideas. All members of the community are welcome to participate without regard to age, disability, nationality, religion or sexual orientation.