Welcome to Palatine Township Senior Citizens CouncilPage last updated: 2024-02-19 13:07:46
Our mission is to provide programs and services which support older adult and their families by encouraging independence, well-being and connection to the community.
PTSCC is a private, not-for-profit organization in Palatine, IL, a northwest suburb of Chicago, that operates the Palatine Township Senior Center. We are one of three accredited senior centers in the state of Illinois and one of 130 nationally.
Want to be a Member of the Senior Center?
New for 2024, yearly memberships will start on March 1, 2024 and run thru February 28, 2025. Anyone currently a member will have their 2023 membership extended. Renewal applications will be sent in January. Fees for 2024 will remain $55 for individuals and $85 for couples. Members enjoy priority registration to trips, access to WiFi and exclusive use of our fitness center and billiards by appointment. Stop in the main office or mail your membership form along with payment to the Palatine Township Senior Center, 505 Quentin Rd, Palatine, IL 60067
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COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program
For vaccination questions or to receive information on vaccination, call the COVID Hotline at (708) 836-4755. If you have internet access, you can also sign-up at https://vaccine.cookcountyil.gov
Sign up to recieve:
- Updates on the vaccine and the Community Vaccination Program
- Notification when vaccine administration is open to your phase
- Information of scheduling a vaccine appointment through Cook County Health
- Information on vaccine distribution location throughout Cook County
Palatine Township Senior Citizens Council does not discriminate in admission to programs or activities in compliance with the Illinois Human Rights Act, the U.S. Civil Rights Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Age Discrimination Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the U.S. and Illinois Constitutions. Grievance procedures are available through the Executive Director for any individual who believes he or she has been discimated against in programs and services. If you feel that you have been discrimiated against, you have the right to file a complaint. For information, contact Diane Lancour at (847) 991-1112.