THE NASH COUNTY SENIOR CENTER
Located at: 103 N. Alston Street Nashville, NC 27856
Phone: (252) 459-7681
Hours: Monday- Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
How to Join The NASH Membership is FREE! Eligible participants must be: 60 years of age or older; the spouse of someone 60 or older; or a caregiver for someone 60 or older. Whether you’re interested in travel, fitness programs, Bingo, cards, crafts, or one of our many social and educational programs, you’re bound to find something you'll love!
The NASH has an on-site Fitness Room complete with treadmills, exercise bikes, elliptical machines, and other fitness equipment. Those that are interested in joining The NASH and using our fitness equipment must follow the steps below.
1. Become a registered member of the NASH. (Membership is FREE!)
2. Have a signed Medical Clearance Form from your Doctor.
3. Once you have a signed Medical Clearance form from your doctor, you will have to complete a quick fitness orientation with a staff member as they safely teach you how to use all the equipment.
Foot Care Clinic
The Nash County Senior Center offers the Foot Care Clinic on the 1st & 3rd Mondays of each month from 9am to 12pm. Basic toe nail trimming and foot care is provided by a registered nurse. This service is available for seniors age 60 years and older for $25.00 per visit. To schedule an appointment, call (252) 459- 7681.
Legal Aid of NC is available at the Senior Center to provide free, civil legal services to low-income residents. Legal Aid of NC will now schedule the appointments and pass the information along to the Nash County Senior Center. Please contact Legal Aid of NC directly at 1-877-579-7562 to schedule your appointment.
SHIIP (Seniors Health Information Program)
The Nash County Senior Center is the host site for the SHIIP Program. You can schedule an appointment with a SHIIP volunteer who can assist you in finding a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan that meets your needs. You can call the front desk at 252-459-7681 to see if appointments are available.
Down East Senior Games
DESG was established in 1983 with a vision to create a year-round health promotion and wellness education program for adults 50 years of age and better. Participants will compete in their own age and sex categories in increments of five years. (Example: 50-54 is one age category and 80-84 is another.) Event categories in which you may choose to compete in are sports, literary arts, performing arts, visual arts, and heritage arts. For more information contact Morgan Doughtie at 252-462-2730.