A Lifeline for Seniors in Need

The SOME Senior Summer Camp

Currently on hold due to COVID-19, SOME offers an annual Senior Summer Camp for eligible senior citizens in need of rest and relaxation. Participants can enjoy the summer camp at our residential site in West Virginia. 

Eligibility: Participants must be age 60 or older, physically independent, and able to provide a medical form from their doctor as well as proof of income.

Questions? Call 202.797.8806

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The Senior Center

SOME has two Senior Centers, located in Wards 4 and 8, that offers enriching wellness, recreational and supportive services. Activities include, but are not limited to, fitness classes, health and wellness seminars, and senior advocacy workgroups. Community trips such as trips to museums, national parks, and shopping centers are available. Lunch is provided daily, from 1-2pm.

Karin House Senior Center (Ward 4)

The Karin House Senior Center is located at the Historic Walter Reeds Campus. Ward 4 is 1 mile away from the Takoma Metro Station and a 4-minute walk from the Bus stop on 16th St NW. The Senior Center is neighbored by grocery stores such as Safeway and Walmart. Additional services provided at the Karin House Senior Center include case management and emergency food resources. 

Enroll: Call (202) 765-2721

Location: 1395 Aspen St. NW, Washington, DC 20012

Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET, Mondays through Fridays, both in-person and virtually 

Eligibility: Participants must be DC residents, age 60 or over, and able to complete daily living activities independently or with the help of a personal care assistant.

Kuehner House Senior Center (Ward 8)

The Karin House Senior Center is located at the Historic Walter Reeds Campus. Ward 4 is 1 mile away from the Takoma Metro Station and a 4-minute walk from the Bus stop on 16th St NW. The Senior Center is neighbored by grocery stores such as Safeway and Walmart. Additional services provided at the Karin House Senior Center include case management and emergency food resources. 

Enroll: Call (202) 235-1492

Location: 1667 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC 20020

Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET, Mondays through Fridays, both in-person and virtually 

Eligibility: Participants must be DC residents, age 60 or over, and able to complete daily living activities independently or with the help of a personal care assistant.

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