Davis Senior Center
Contact Information

530-758-0463 FAX
530-757-5666 TDD
646 A Street, Davis, CA 95616
Center Hours
Monday – Friday
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


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Assistance Programs

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Advance Health Care Directives
Advance Health Care Directive forms are available at the Davis Senior Center for a donation of $2.50. Assistance is available in filling out the form by scheduling an appointment with our information and assistance coordinator at (530) 757-5696.

Energy Assistance
Forms are available for programs that can lower your monthly utility costs. If needed, we can help you complete the forms. Call the Davis Senior Center at 757-5696 for more information.

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program - HICAP
If you have questions about Medicare, long-term care, HMOs, or other health insurance matters for those over age 65, make an appointment with a HICAP counselor. To make an  appointment  call (916) 376-8915.

Income Tax Preparation Assistance
Preparation assistance for taxpayers is available from the beginning of February to mid-April through the AARP Volunteer Tax-Aide Program. The service is designed to help low to moderate income taxpayers - with special emphasis given to those over 60. Volunteers will prepare Federal and California returns (if required) and California part-year resident returns. Volunteers file your returns electronically at no charge. Call AARP Foundation Tax Aide Program at (530)324-5007 for appointments.

Legal Consultations
Davis attorneys Marion Cantor and Preston Morgan offer free consultations to assess your legal needs and answer questions. This service is free, and forms are neither provided nor completed during the consultation. These attorneys are experienced in elder law issues, including Social Security, Medi-Cal, powers of attorney, estate planning, and age discrimination. Call (530) 757-5696 to schedule an appointment.

Medical Equipment Loans
Why buy it, when you can borrow it? Check out our supply of wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, canes, commodes, shower chairs and toilet seat raisers before buying. Our medical equipment lending closet allows you to borrow items, even for a short period of time. A small donation for the items you use is gratefully accepted. When we are not overstocked, we also accept donations of clean and gently used items to help others in need. Give us a call at the Davis Senior Center, (530) 757-5696.

Saturday Club
The Saturday Club respite program at the Davis Senior Center is operated by Citizens Who Care for the Elderly. This program provides caregivers a five-hour break two Saturdays a month. A healthy lunch and stimulating activities such as music, art, and exercises are provided. Participants are matched one-on-one with a volunteer who visits with them and assures that their day is enjoyable and their needs are met. Call (530) 758-3704 for more information or to sign up for this program.

Tax Reduction Forms
In April and May, the center receives tax reduction/exemption forms for the Yolo County Library, the Davis Joint Unified School District, and the City of Davis Parks Maintenance and Open Space Protection taxes. Filing deadlines area all in June. For help with completing the forms, schedule an appointment with our information and assistance coordinator at (530) 757-5696.

Transportation Resources
Free bus passes for Unitrans buses are available at the center for those age 60+. Schedules for Unitrans and Yolobus services are also available in the center's lobby. For those eligible to use paratransit under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), the center has a limited supply of free vouchers for use on Davis Community Transit or YoloBus Special. Call the Davis Senior Center at (530) 757-5696 for more information.

Veterans Services
Consultations on services available to veterans are available by appointment. Disability aid, pensions, burial, vocational rehabilitation, dependent's and survivor's benefits, health care, prescription drugs and life insurance are some of the areas of assistance available.  For more information, call the Veterans Service Office at (530) 406-4850.