Council On Aging Department

The Attleboro Council on Aging is a multi-faceted Elder Service Department which services the needs of all elders, age 60 and over. We also assist families of elders in matters regarding any elder issue.

Our Mission & Purpose

As a department of the city of Attleboro, the Council on Aging is dedicated to enabling older residents of Attleboro (60 and over) to live independently and with dignity within our community. This is done through a wide spectrum of informational, recreational, volunteer and service programs offered by the Council on Aging.

Senior Center

We invite seniors and their families to visit the Attleboro Senior Center at 25 South Main Street, home of the Council on Aging, and discover the many programs and services we offer that can enrich the lives of our or older citizens, neighbors and friends.


Aging in the City of Attleboro Final Report 2020 (PDF)
Governor’s Council to Address Aging in Massachusetts Initial Blueprint Recommendations.pdf
COA Annual Report 2020 (PDF)
Resources Available During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Guide To Property Tax Reduction Options for Seniors (PDF)

Senior Tax Exemption Information

Senior Tax Exemption Information

SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone/on Medicare) is currently looking for volunteer SHINE counselors in the Greater Attleboro area. Training will begin in early April 2019. If you are interested in helping seniors and people with disabilities navigate their health insurance options, please call Lisa Sarkis, Regional SHINE Director at 508-222-1399.

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