Senior Center

kenai senior servicesHelping people to age with dignity


We strive to serve as a community focal point for senior services where adults 60+ come together for fellowship and program participation, to engage in opportunities for dignity and personal growth, to improve and enrich their quality of life, to support the needs of older individuals, to enhance their independence and to broaden their involvement within the community.


The philosophy of the senior center is based on the premise that aging is a normal developmental process; that human beings need peers with whom they can interact and who are available as a source of encouragement and support; and that senior adults have the right to voice in determining matters in which they have a vital interest.


The City of Kenai has furnished a wide variety of services to the elderly on the Central Peninsula since September 1971. Through a grant from the Department of Senior and Disabilities Services the Kenai Senior Center continues to provide support services to their targeted population of individuals 60 years of age and older.



Kenai Senior Center

361 Senior Court

Kenai, Alaska 99611

(907) 283-4156

(907) 283-3200 fax


Senior Newsletter

March Senior Newsletter (pdf)


Upcoming Events 

Check out the Kenai Senior Center Facebook page  HERE




Kenai Senior Services
Congregate Meals Home Delivered Meals
Outreach Shopping Assistance
Telephone Reassurance Volunteer Opportunities
Form Completion Nutrition Education
Personal Advocacy Insurance Help
Information/Referral Transportation Services
Home Visits Recreational Opportunities
Arts/Crafts Exercise Classes
Hospital Visits Housing Assistance
Medicaid/Medicare/Social Security Information Line Dancing Classes
Bell Ringing Music Group Choral Opportunities
Senior Employment No Host Dinners
Trip Opportunities Notary Services
Computer Lab/Classes TOPS Weight Loss Group 


Aging is a normal developmental process


The philosophy of the senior center is to provide an atmosphere where seniors interact with their peers, where people are a source of encouragement and support.  The senior Center provides advocacy and gives the individual senior age 60 years an older an opportunity to stay active while living within the their own community.


 Senior Center Funders & Supporters

  • City of Kenai
  • Alaska Commission on Aging
  • Kenai Peninsula Borough
  • Kenai Peninsula United Way
  • Center Volunteers
  • Kenai Senior Connection, Inc.
  • Rasmuson Foundation
  • Alaska Mental Health
  • Private Donations