Senior Services

According to recent studies, more than 36,863 people (approximately 26.4%) ages 65 and older live in Martin County. Our community recognizes these statistics. Therefore, you will find an abundance of senior services, facilities and retirement communities, including assisted living facilties and nursing homes, located in Martin County.

The Council on Aging

The Council on Aging of Martin County at the Kane Center is a private, 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1974 to provide services tailored to the specific needs of seniors. Almost 50 years later, it is the longest standing senior service agency offering the most comprehensive resources for elders, their families and their caregivers. As the lead agency in Martin County serving seniors, their mission is to be the unparalleled resource of expertise, programming and support for seniors in Martin County. Their vision is to inspire a community that embraces, uplifts and encourages seniors to maintain lives of quality and purpose.

At the Kane Center, the Council provides programs in support of this mission, including Meals on Wheels, Kane Cuisine, an adult day program, memory enhancement, senior-focused primary medical care, care management, nutrition counseling, caregiver support and education. The Kane Center also functions as a multi-general community center offering a wide range of programs and activities for active adults including social groups, fitness classes, live entertainment, lifelong learning opportunities and much more. Learn more about the Council on Aging of Martin County at the Kane Center by visiting their website

The Council directed Community Coach provides transportation and includes wheelchair-lift vehicles for the disabled and door-to-door assistance. All Medicaid transportation is scheduled through Community Coach.

The Log Cabin Senior Center, located in Jensen Beach, also provides classes, activities, and special events for active seniors.

In times of crisis or for everyday needs, 211 HelpLine is available to Martin County residents any time of the day or night. The caring staff at 211 provides crisis intervention, suicide prevention, assessment, information and referral to available community resources and services. 211’s Sunshine free daily telephone call program is also available to those over 60, the housebound or disabled who would like a friendly hello and to check on their wellbeing. Calls to 211 are free, confidential and available 24/7 by simply dialing 2-1-1.

Other senior resources include:

Alzheimer’s Association – 800-272-3900

Alzheimer’s Community Care – 772-223-6351

Belichick Information Services Inc. – 772-334-9090

Log Cabin Senior Center at
Langford Park 
– 772-334-2926

Meals on Wheels – 772-223-7825

Visiting Nurse Association of Florida
2400 S.E. Monterey Road, Suite 300
Stuart 34996

Volunteers In Medicine Clinic
417 S.E. Balboa Avenue
Stuart 34994

Treasure Coast Hospices
1201 S.E. Indian Street
Stuart 34997

5000 Dunn Road
Fort Pierce 34981

Hay-Madeira & Harper Hospice House
1000 Ruhnke Street
Stuart 34994