The rapidly expanding numbers of the aging population represent a social phenomenon without historical precedent. Today, the number of persons aged 60 years or older is estimated to be 605 million worldwide. That number is projected to grow to almost 2 billion by 2050, when the population of older persons will be larger than the population of children (0-14 years) for the first time in human history.
To meet the needs of Northern California’s growing population, the Woodland Senior Multi-Purpose Center provides a place to go for nutritious meals, social activities, and a range of programs such as health screenings, health and consumer education, creative arts, exercise, and special events. The Center works with a variety of local organizations to provide access to community services and offers volunteer opportunities where older people can contribute their experience and skills in meaningful and satisfying ways.
All services are offered to empower Woodland’s seniors to contribute to their own physical and emotional health and well-being.
For more detailed information on the departments and services available for Woodland’s seniors, please select a link from the sidebar on the left side of this page.