Warm Springs Senior Center

Honoring our Elders

The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Oregon, operates a Senior Program for community members aged 60 and over living within the boundaries of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation. The mission of the Senior Program strives to “enable seniors to live in the least restrictive, appropriate environment possible and to encourage participation in community and wellness related activities”.

Community elders have access to a wide range of programs:

  • Information and referral;
  • Outreach including assistance in applying for benefits, service coordination for high-risk clients, elder abuse victim assistance;
  • Transportation to congregate meal sites and visits to other senior centers;
  • In-home services including homemaking; home health aides, personal grooming, care worker visits, telephone follow-up after hospitalization;
  • Family support services including family mediation, dialysis support groups, respite care, management of finances, hospice and grief support;
  • Recreation including fitness activities, special social gatherings and travel;
  • Energy assistance, wood assistance program and/or utility assistance;
  • Elder Rights advocates and assistance with legal issues; and
  • Senior rental housing.

Additionally, the Seniors Program hosts a number of annual community events including the Warm Springs Honor Elders Day which will celebrate its’ 25th year on May 8, 2015!

Warm Springs Senior Program
P.O. Box C
2331 High Lookee Street
Warm Springs, OR 97761
Phone: (541) 553-3313


High Lookee Lodge is an assisted living residence, owned and oeprated by the Confederate Tribes of Warm Springs.