Council on Aging
To empower older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity by providing social, health and nutritional support.
The Council on Aging provides seniors access to health and fitness programming, educational tools, socialization, transportation, meals and support services.
Dale A. Palma
Director of the Council on Aging
The Connolly Center
90 Chelsea Street
Everett, MA 02149
Monday, 8am to 4pm
Tuesday – Thursday, 8am to 5pm
Friday, 8am to Noon
Frequently Visited Pages
Director of Elder Services
Director of Health and Human Services
Josephine “Chickie” Navarra
Frequently Asked Questions
As we receive grants and federal funding, our senior center programming is available to all seniors over the age of 60. There is no joining process or joining fee. Our center is open and people come on their own free will. We do, however, require you to register with us for statistical purposes only.
One word, absolutely! Anonymity is very important and a priority.
Yes. The City of Everett Council on Aging contracts with SCM Transportation (Door to Door) Service. This service provides transportation to and from medical appointments. You can book a ride by calling 617-625-1191 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., Monday through Friday. SCM requires at least 2 days advance notice. Although there is no charge, donations are always accepted.