For more information about the programs and services available through the Hartland Senior Center, visit our web site at www.HartlandSeniorCenter.org
The Hartland Consolidated School District established the Hartland Senior Center in 1975. The mission of the senior center is “to support the independence of the older members of our community and to encourage their continued involvement in society.”
The senior center is able to offer services and programs dedicated to this mission because of financial support of the Hartland Consolidated Schools, Hartland, Tyrone and Deerfield Townships, the Livingston County united Way, Michigan Department of Transportation, Area Agency on Aging 1-B, Brighton Rotary, Hartland Women’s Club, Heartland Foundation, Memorial donations, H.I.P dues, program fees and charges, travel program revenues and personal contributions.
The Hartland Senior Center staff creates an atmosphere that acknowledges the value of human life, affirms the dignity and self-worth of the older adult participant, and maintains a climate of respect, trust and support. Within this atmosphere, the staff creates opportunities for older adults to apply their wisdom, experience, and insight, and to exercise their skills.