Dining at Curry Senior Center
Our dining room and 13 studio apartment complex provide our seniors with the essential services to stay connected with their community
Meals and housing are essential to all humans, especially our seniors population, who are more frail and vulnerable than most. At Curry Senior Center we provide our seniors with meals 7-days a week; we assist them in finding housing or maintaining their housing, so they can age in place which is something we all deserve.
Under the City of San Francisco’s Public Health Orders, our Dining Room is currently closed, but hot breakfast and lunch are still available to go every day of the week.
Our dining room is more than just where meals are served, it’s where people gather to connect, share and learn.
Every day of the year more than 175 seniors receive breakfast and lunch at Curry Senior Center. At Curry Senior Center mealtime is not just about eating, but also socializing and getting out of their homes. And, just like at home, if someone is missing from the table, the absence is noticed. We serve seniors 60 years and older, and provide meal delivery for the homebound.
In San Francisco, The Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS) provides services, policies, and research that promote health, safety, and independence for older adults, veterans, and people with disabilities.