Brady Senior Center

Contact Information

Brady Senior Services Center
537 S. Hall Street
Dallas, TX  75226

Hours: 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Monday – Friday

About Brady Senior Center


Our senior program’s mission is to improve the health and wellness of our senior citizens by offering nutritious meals, increased access to needed health education, and physical and social activities that enable seniors to lead a healthy lifestyle as well as improve the quality of their life.

The Brady Senior Center provides DFW area seniors age 60+ with congregate meals, resources, information and education, social support and access to medical care for low-income seniors. Seniors are encouraged to participate in activities of their choosing.

A holistic and culturally sensitive approach is used in developing educational and advocacy programs and a calendar of events that offers a variety of activities.


  • Nutritional meals: Breakfast and lunch served Monday through Friday.
  • Social interaction and fellowship: Community is created through activities and celebrations.
  • Daily activities: Educational seminars, computer classes, ESL, crafts, Bingo, games, cognitive and physical exercises, outings and dances are available.
  • Educational: Presentations are provided on nutrition, physical wellness, fraud awareness, personal safety, managing diabetes, financial education, adult literacy, citizenship, community resources and other various topics.
  • Access to healthcare professionals: Gerontology counselors, ophthalmologists, podiatrists, nurse practitioners, dentists and nutritionists provide free services on site.
  • Transportation: Rides to and from the center are available within a seven-mile radius.
  • Financial and food assistance: Services are available to our senior clients.
  • Advocacy: SNAP, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and support groups are offered.

For more information about our Brady Senior Center (537 South Hall Street, Dallas, TX) please call (214) 826-8330.

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