The Groton Council on Aging serves as the community focal point  promoting the independence of older adults through information and referral, support, health and wellness, socialization and education.

We provide opportunities for all individuals as they age by leveraging resources, developing a sustainable future, and engaging in strong partnerships and collaborations.



Groton Center Closes Through March 1

The Groton Council on Aging will be closing The Groton Center effective immediately through March 1. Staff will continue to report to work and will be available to our residents. With a few exceptions COA programs will be moving to Zoom or the Groton Channel.

Please call if you have questions regarding a program for which you are registered. In person programming will be available for AARP Tax Preparation, Focus on Footcare, Meals on Wheels, home visits and transportation services.

Also, if you are in need of referral services, we will meet by appointment at the Groton Center should your concerns not be able to be resolved by phone. Please refer to the COA newsletter for information on remote programs and the Groton Connects: Drive Thru Connections, a weekly drive through event.

We encourage the entire Groton community to check on one another as loneliness and isolation knows no age limit. Together, we can end loneliness!

Please click the link for additional details
Groton Center Closure until March 1st

Groton COA, PD and FD Launch PROJECT SAFE AND SOUND Registry

The Groton Council on Aging, Groton Police Department and Groton Fire Department are pleased to announce Project Safe and Sound. This collaborative effort is intended to protect Groton residents (of any age), with cognitive impairment, that may be at risk for wandering.

Project Safe and Sound Program Details

Project Safe and Sound Registration Form