WHO WE ARE: Community-based wellness programs for older adults and unpaid caregivers.

Offering Wellness Programs and Workshops to the Older Adults and Unpaid Caregivers

WHAT WE DO: Combat social isolation and loneliness amongst elders and caregivers.

We offer resources to help older people and caregivers to focus on self-care and care for loved ones.
The importance of HOPE for well-being:


  • People age better if they have a purpose in life – it is part of spiritual and emotional wellness.
  • Each part of the Dimensions of Wellness is interconnected.
  • Senior citizens should live with purpose, passion, and praise, knowing that they were destined to live a meaningful life.
  • It is important for seniors to engage in pursuits that give them purpose, so they continue to thrive and do not feel a sense of loneliness or unhappiness.
  • Purpose can be found in expressing one’s creativity, connecting with others, and especially one’s self-reflection at a time.

We are committed and dedicated to making an impact in our community through empowering in AGING and CAREGIVING in the lives of Older Adults and Unpaid Caregivers with/without chronic support needs and early-stage memory loss.

Silver Citizens Inc. is driven by our mission to engage, educate, and empower older people, veterans, and unpaid caregivers in Marion County who encounter social isolation and loneliness by keeping them connected to the community where they can be influenced by culture and the arts and enhancing their overall well-being.

Our Vision: To see older adults remain emotionally, physically, spiritually, socially, and intellectually connected in the community with their peers as they age in place.

Our program is designed to achieve a state of positive mental well-being and emotional wellness. We provide strategies and tools to foster a self management solution to discover seeds of greatness and help to rise above emotional challenges and opportunities to cultivate emotional wellness and hope.

Living on purpose with a purpose is a lifelong journey of cultivating seeds of hope is the impact we want to have on retirees aging in place and unpaid family caregivers.

Feeling overwhelmed with a host of responsibilities that are unfamiliar or intimating.

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I DECLARE: Ephesians 3:20 “Now unto him that is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.”

About the Founder


Nonprofit Executive Board of Directors:

Al Polin - Chairman
Henry Butler - Vice Chairman
Rhonda Denning - Secretary
Patricia Davis - Treasurer