Special Services

Transportation Program

The Transportation Program is intended to serve:
- Senior and disabled persons in Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Franktown, Sedalia, Larkspur, Perry Park and Louviers
- Senior Center members and non-members

Shuttle service is available from your home to places in Castle Rock - grocery stores or other places to visit, or for medical appointments up to Lincoln Avenue. These must be scheduled at least a day in advance. Medical appointments take priority and our program only operates between 9-3 Monday through Friday. Individual "special" rides for medical appointments can also be made to facilities in the Denver Metro area, with at least a week's notice.

Riders must be registered to schedule rides. We have a fleet of vehicles which are driven by compassionate and trained volunteer drivers.

Call the Senior Center for more information at (303) 688-9498.


Return both the following documents to register (click to download)

1) 2017 Rider Membership Application & Agreement (revised Aug 2017)
2) 2017 Consumer Intake Form

Both these are fillable forms - click on each form link, fill them out online, print them, sign them and return to the Castle Rock Senior Activity Center with a copy of your ID as noted on the Agreement

Print and keep the following documents for your records (click to download)

1) 2017 Rider Policy Manual (Revised Nov. 2017)
2) 2017 Intake Form Instructions and Grievance Procedures

We also have a fleet of buses and mini-vans we use to transport participants from the Senior Center to trips, restaurants and outings we go on daily. Look for our buses around town.


Hot Lunch Program - through Volunteers of America

Each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday we serve a hot meal, run through the Volunteers of America (VOA). It's served at 11:30 AM and is a full nutritious meal, with the main course listed on our monthly calendar. You do not need to sign-up in advance and the suggested donation is just $2.50.

Meals on Wheels Program

The Senior Center runs the Meals on Wheels Program for Douglas County.
Link to FAQs for the program
For more information, contact Juli Asbridge, Douglas County MOW Coordinator, at 303-688-9498


Health Services
(Check Calendars for dates and times)!

Visiting Nurse: Colleen Morton R.N.;
Chair Massage: Cheryl Eastburn
Reflexology: Irene Baertsch
Hearing Clinic: Joanne LaPorta
Sit and Be Fit: Tuesday through Thursday
Lunch and Learn: Monthly wellness presentations
Matter of Balance Classes
Flu Shots
Pulmonary Screenings

Financial Services

Financial Advisory Services are available on Friday mornings!