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Housing Authority Town of Greenwich Administrative Offices
249 Milbank Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Housing Authority of Greenwich has been serving the Greenwich area since 1946 and provides affordable housing forMore seniors and families of any ethnic or economic background. It oversees 761 housing units located across 15 properties that consist of condominiums, scattered-site housing, developments and the Parsonage Cottage.  
Greenwich Adult Day Care River House
125 River Road Ext, Cos Cob, CT 06807
Founded in 1977, Greenwich Adult Day Care (GADC) River House is a non-profit organization open six days a week. TheMore River House offers a safe and engaging place for seniors to take part in daily activities, visit the on-site salon, eat a healthy meal and meet with experienced registered nurses and health aides. The facility also hosts a number of support groups offers special programs for seniors suffering from memory loss. Visit the GADC River House website for program and volunteer information.
Greenwich Senior Center
299 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

"Excite Your Life" is the motto of the Greenwich Senior Center, and with a weekly schedule that includes exercise,More games, language classes, arts and crafts, health forums, line dancing, concerts, daily luncheons and weekend day trips, the community center certainly provides a means to that end. It also offers a number of social services regarding housing, health and energy assistance.

A nutritious hot meal is served daily during the workweek, between noon and 1 pm. Lunch inside is $3, take out is $3.25, and reservations should be made before 1pm the prior day. There are transportation services to and from the center. Some 400 members participate in Greenwich Senior Center events every day.

First Congregational Church of Greenwich
108 Sound Beach Ave, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

The parish of the First Congregational Church of Greenwich has existed under various names and at different locationsMore for more than 300 years. Led by Interim Senior Pastor Rev. John W. Collins, its roots trace back to 1665 and today's meeting house was dedicated in 1895. The main worship service is held Sunday mornings with church school and child care for toddlers.

Fellowship groups are run for middle school, high school and college age parishioners. Bible study, mission trips, retreats and lectures are scheduled regularly for adults. Ministries, including the Prayer Shawl Ministry, serve the hospital bound, bereaved and others in need.

At almost all First Congregational Church of Greenwich services and events, music is a constant. There are many choirs and opportunities to participate. Special concerts are also held during the holidays.