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About Senior Services

Recognized as one of the leading county-based senior agencies in Georgia, Cobb Senior Services provides an array of services including the operation of seven senior centers which include two neighborhood centers and five multipurpose centers.

Cobb Senior Services' Information and Referral desk serves as a senior resource center for other metro Atlanta social service agencies. For information about these agencies call (770) 528-5364.

Mission Statement

It is the mission of Cobb Senior Services to improve the quality of life for older adults through innovative programs and state of the art facilities that meet their levels of need.

Our primary goal is to assist our clients in their efforts to remain independent through affordable transportation, nutrition, recreation, education, socialization and in home services. Cobb Senior Services is committed to its role as the catalyst for senior advocacy, volunteerism and information resources for the older population.

Our History

Since its creation in 1972, Cobb Senior Services has enhanced the quality of life for thousands of Cobb County senior citizens through nutrition, education and recreation activities and programs.

A department of Cobb County Government, Senior Services is staffed by both full-time and part-time employees, as well as community volunteers. Funding comes through federal grants as well as state and county government funds.

With its conservatively managed programs, Cobb Senior Services continues to keep pace with the steady growth of our senior population, part of the “graying of America.” As a result, many of our programs are copied throughout the state and nation.

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Employment Opportunities

Cobb County Government offers a variety of employment opportunities. Join our team and help us make a difference for senior citizens in Cobb County!

2017 Senior Services Survey Report

Cobb County Senior Services commissioned a survey of its residents in Spring 2017 to discover their opinions in regards to a number of issues related to aging for both seniors (categorized as residents age 55 and above) and non-seniors (categorized as participants under the age of 55).

Read the full 2017 Senior Services Survey Report