12 E. Locust Street
Oxford, PA 19363

Monday - Friday, 9am-3pm

Closed for major holidays
and inclement weather











Every Wednesday

Every Wednesday morning, the Giant Food Store in Jennersville donates its day-old bread and pastries to our Center. Pick up some bread while you are here between 10am-3pm. Stay after lunch to win the baked goods during Bingo.

Please be advised that Giant has decided to sell their day old bread. Because of this we will be getting their 2-day old bread and the amount we receive has dropped signficantly. We ask that everyone please only take one per family. Thank you.


Every Monday, Produce from Chester County Food Bank is available from 11am-3pm. Please do not arrive until 11am. Food Bank does not arrive at a set time and we also need time to unpackage items and get them setup for ease of access for all.

First come, first serve until gone.

Items vary weekly and may be available through rest of the week.


State Senator Carolyn Comitta's Constituent Outreach Representative is available to answer any question you may have regarding Commonwealth of PA programs and services they offer via phone. In addition, a representative will be at our center on the 3rd Wednesday of every month.

Their next visit is:

10:00am to noon
in 2024


April 17
May 15
June 19
July 17
August 21
September 18
October 16
November 20
December 18

West Chester District Office: 610.692.2112

Harrisburg Office: 717.787.5709

Joe Oliver, Financial Advisor
will be at our center on the
3rd Wednesday of every month.

The next visit:

10:00am to noon
in 2024


April 17
May 15
June 19
July 17
August 21
September 18
October 16
November 20
December 18


Volunteer nurse Kathie Roy is at the Center on most Wednesday mornings from 10 am to 11 am. Stop by, have your blood pressure checked, enjoy some coffee or tea and spend some time with us.




For those of you who need help balancing your checkbook or paying a few bills, Jane Freeman can help you. You must contact Jane directly to schedule your appointment. She can be reached at (610) 932-2619. If she is not there, leave a message with your phone number and she will return your call. This is a very helpful, free service that she is volunteering her time to do. Make sure you thank her!!

Please call Jane regarding appointments during our closure


Free Legal Advice

The Chester County Dept. of Aging Services is making an attorney available to senior residents of Chester County on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. This service is free to senior residents of Chester County. Appointments are required. For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact the Dept. of Aging at 610-344-6350. All appointments are at the Dept. of Aging in West Chester.

Legal Helplines

The Pennsylvania SeniorLAW Helpline is a toll-free, state wide hotline for legal information, advice, and referral service for Pennsylvania senior citizens (60 years and older). This is a free and confidential telephone service, staffed by attorneys Mon-Thu from 10:00am-2:00pm. Call 1-877-727-7529. You can also visit their website http://seniorlawcenter.org/ for more information.

Legal Aid Advice & Referral Helpline

Legal Aid of Southeastern PA operates a toll-free telephone intake, brief advice and referral system. If eligible, you can receive immediate assistance with a legal question or concern. Call 877-429-5994, Mon-Thu, from 9:00am-1:00 pm.

Housing Partnership of Chester County

41 W. Lancaster Ave
Downingtown, PA 19335

Senior Citizen Home Maintenance Program

This program provides basic home maintenance, repairs and access modifications for residents of Chester County, 65 years of age and older. There is a $4,500 limit on work to be preformed for each residence. This cost is consider a one time, full grant.

If the extent of work needed exceeds the $4,500 limitation, the home owner has the option of applying for the Housing Rehabilitation Program.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Applicant must be 65 years of age or older
  • Applicant must be a Chester County resident
  • Applicant must be a primary owner of the dwelling
  • Property must be the applicant’s primary residence
  • Total household income must fall at or below 50% of the Median Income Limits

Home Maintenance & Home Modification Program flyer
Home Maintenance Program Application

Chester County Home Modification Program

The Chester County Home Modification Program (CCHMP) is funded by a grant received from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development’s Access Grant Program. The program was established to provide assistance to low and moderate income residents of Chester County, with permanent disabilities, in making their current residences more accessible.

The Chester County Home Modification Program is administered by the Housing Partnership of Chester County (HPCC). CCHMP allows for a wide range of adaptive modifications which include, but are not limited to, ramps, lifts, door and hallway widening, kitchen and bathroom modifications, visual doorbells, audio phones and visual phone signalers. Funding for this program is in the form of a grant and no repayment is required for work completed.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Beneficiary must have a permanent disability, verified by a physician’s statement, that limits access to and use of the home. A written note from a physician must be provided, stating the disability / limitation and necessary modification(s).
  • Applicant must be a resident of Chester County.
  • Applicant must be a primary owner or leaseholder of the dwelling, or a family member in the home to be modified.
  • Property must be the beneficiary’s primary residence.
  • Total Household Income for residence must fall at or below 80% of the median income as set by HUD for the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area.

Home Modification Program Flyer
Home Modification Program Application




The Oxford Senior Center is a member agency of the

United Way



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