Check out the many services available at the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center. Ask the friendly faces at the Reception Desk how to join the Center, benefits include discounts and our program guide mailed to your home.
Our Senior Center does not endorse products or service providers. Our aim is to protect the elderly from undue coercion. The Center is not a market place. We neither approve nor condone solicitation of business within our facilities. Programs are offered for members’ enjoyment, entertainment and education. Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center does not discriminate against clients, applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, handicap, political ideology or sexual orientation. Please report any violation to the Center.
We are a Community Partner with Sound Generations. For more information you may contact them at (206) 448-3110 or visit their website.
Food And Dining
Community Dining Lunch Program
11:45 am – 12:15 pm
Monday through Friday
$4.00 suggested donation if you are 60+. $10.00 for persons Under 60:
Hot lunch served daily. Walk-in each day at the Senior Center to have a freshly cooked hot meal!
Meals on Wheels (MOW)
Place Orders: Tuesday, 9:00 am – noon
Delivered: Thursday morning
To obtain an application, call Sound Generations at (206) 448-5767 or submit online.
Anyone who is homebound due to illness or disability or has difficulty shopping or cooking, may apply for Meals on Wheels. We also offer nutritional supplements such as Ensure at a discounted price. MOW volunteers are at the Senior Center on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Market Bucks (Summer only until October 15th)
Stop by the center to pick-up $8 per person per week worth of Market Bucks that can be used at the Lake Forest Park
Farmers Market, held Sundays from 10 AM – 3 PM through 10.15.18. Information on the program
provided in English, Spanish and Mandarin. These Market Bucks will expire after October 15th.
You may be eligible for SNAP Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program 2/3 of adults 50+ who are eligible for benefits do not apply because they think they are ineligible. Call to check on eligibility criteria: Toll free # 1-877-501-2233.
Health and Wellness
Alternative Medicine Clinic from Bastyr College of Natural Medicine
Call the Front Desk for an appointment at (206) 365-1536. Please state if you prefer a Spanish language Doctor for your assessment and treatment.
Naturopathic medicine emphasizes preventing disease, encouraging the body’s inherent healing ability, treating the whole person and educating patients.
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
Members: $22, Non-members: $30, Adult Family Home fee: $20.
Please call the center at (206) 365-1536 to provide your name and phone number. The Foot Care Provider will contact you with an appointment date. Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours in advance to avoid being charged.
See Front Desk, or call (206) 365-1536.
The Center has some items available for loan. We have a limited supply of walkers and canes available for loan.
Minor Home Repair (MHR)
Minor Home Repairs’ highly skilled Repair Technicians make minor plumbing, carpentry, and electrical repairs and install wheelchair ramps, grab bars and handrails. Income eligibility required. Call for more information at (206) 448-5751.
Water Conservation Project (WCP)
For more information call (206) 448-5751.
Free installation plus water-saving toilet for those meeting eligibility guidelines.
55+ Job Employment Center
Call (206) 684-0500 for information.
The Seattle Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens offers free Job Search workshops.
Senior Rights Assistance (SRA)
Call SRA at (206) 448-5720 to schedule an appointment or for more information.
SRA coordinates the Elder Law Legal Clinic in Seattle and Kent. SRA provides free legal and consumer information to older adults and their families. Highly trained volunteers support clients by helping problem-solve, proving information and resources plus making appropriate referrals to other agencies. IN collaboration with the king county Bar Association, SRA coordinates the Elder Law Legal Clinic in Seattle and Kent.
Please standby as we are actively seeking a qualified Veterans Benefit Advisor to provide service ASAP.
Utility Bill Discounts For Seniors
Seattle City Light
Call the Seattle Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens at (206) 684-0500 for application information.
Eligible senior citizens or people with disabilities can receive a 50 percent reduction on their Seattle City Light and Combined Utility bills.
Low-Income Sanitary Sewer Discount Programs
Lake Forest Park Residents:
For ages 62-up. Application/renewal forms available at the Senior Center, or through the City of Lake Forest Park: (206) 368-5440.
For ages ages 62-up. Application through Ronald Water District: (206) 546-2494.
Property Tax Exemption
For more information call (206) 296-3920.
AARP Tax Assistance Offered
Tax assistance from AARP volunteers will be offered through the Senior Center but held at the Richmond Beach Library. This service has been completed for the year.
Metro Regional Bus Pass
Senior Regional Reduced Fare Permit application forms may be picked up at our Front Desk. Forms available for Metro Taxi Scrip also.
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Monday – Friday
For more info or to schedule a ride, call: (206) 727-6282 by Wednesday of the week before your appointment.
Sound Generations provides rides to medical appointments for people who have no other way (such as Metro, family, friends) to get there.
HYDE Shuttle Van Service
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday through Friday
Rides mist be scheduled ahead of the date you need a ride! Calling before 12 noon-
call 3 days ahead. Calling after 12 noon-call 4 days ahead.
HYDE Shuttles offer round-trip van transportation to hot lunches, senior centers, grocery shopping and other local errands for seniors 55 and older and people with disabilities of all ages. If you live in NE Seattle, you my get van service to the medical facilities in the Northgate area.
Come by the center and check out the travel opportunities posted on our Travel Bulletin Board. Alki Tours gives the Senior Center commissions for trips booked through the center’s participants. Thank you for any support you can give us.
Volunteer at the Center
From working the front desk to helping at special events, volunteering is a way to give your time and talents, extending the capacity of the Senior Center’s outreach and helping support the Center.
Volunteer in the Community
To learn how to get involved, contact Power of One Volunteer Coordinator Terry Monette at (978) 505-1709 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She will help you find the right school and grade to challenge you and keep you engaged.
Shoreline public schools are in need of helpers throughout the school year. The Power of One Volunteer Program is for anyone interested in volunteering as a tutor, mentor or classroom helper. It’s an easy way to get involved in your local school community. Enrollment is open throughout the school year.
Benefits of being a Power of One Volunteer: Contribute to a child’s school experience in a positive way; flexible times and schedules; School district-issued ID badge; access to training, support and other educational resources; learn something new, too!
By volunteering in a school, you get to help make a difference in the lives of young people and stay active yourself. Many volunteers find their experience to be extremely rewarding.
Check out our website. The Power of One Senior Volunteers is a program of the Shoreline-LFP Senior Center and the Shoreline School District and supported by the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation.
The purpose of the Power of One Volunteer Program is to assist the Shoreline Schools to achieve excellent education for all students. We believe as caring adults we can assist all students to become successful learners.