502 Millbrook Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869-3799
Tel: 973.989.7100Fax: 973.989.7076

Services: Senior Services

General Information

The Randolph Township Community Services Department offers a wide range of activities, events and services to make life a bit easier and more enjoyable for its seniors.


Events & Activities

Events and activities include special “Just For the Fun of It” day trips, monthly outings closer to home, movie nights, cards, games, and a whole host of other opportunities for seniors to socialize and remain active.

Many of these activities and events take place at the community center, located next to the library on Calais Road. The center, which features a multi-purpose room, is also available for rent.

Dial-A-Ride

Randolph’s Dial-A-Ride Program, a much sought after and highly popular service administered by the community services department, provides transportation to and from medical appointments and shopping. This program is offered to residents age 60 and above and disabled adults 18 and above.

Senior ID Card

Are you a Randolph resident age 60 or older? Be rewarded for your longevity with free admission to township sporting events, free swimming at Randolph Lake and free tennis at Brundage Park. Simply present your official Randolph Senior ID card at these venues and you’re in like Flynn. Don’t have one yet? Senior ID cards are issued by the community services department…call 973.989.7084 for more information.

Health & Wellness

The Randolph Township Health Department conducts periodic screenings and clinics for residents. More information can be found at this health & wellness link.

Questions? Need more information? Contact the Randolph Township Community Services Department at 973.989.7084.


Additional Resources

  • Morris County Division on Aging, Disabilities & Veterans
    1-800-564-4656
  • Morris County Housing Authority
    973.540.0389
  • Morris County Nutrition Project
    973.285.6857
  • Social Security Online
    1-800-772-1213
    You can use the U.S. Social Security Administration’s website to request a social security card, find out what benefits you can apply for, estimate your future benefits, apply for Social Security retirement or disability benefits or even apply for extra help with your Medicare prescription drug costs.
  • Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey
    1-800-WE VISIT
    This organization provides comprehensive home health care services as well as a variety of other services such as companionship, housekeeping assistance and eldercare.
  • Cornerstone Family Programs
    973.538.5260
    Formerly Family Service of Morris County, Cornerstone offers support to individuals and families throughout the various stages of their lives. Senior programs include caregiver information workshops, caregiver support groups, a money management and advocacy program for seniors and an adult care center in Succasunna.
  • Housing Partnership for Morris County
    973.659.9222
    The Housing Partnership is a non-profit organization which provides various programs and resources to individuals to help them meet their affordable housing needs.
  • RSVP of Morris County
    973.784.4900
    RSVP stands for Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. It provides volunteer opportunities for individuals aged 55 and over. Members share their wealth of life experiences to help others.
  • NJ EASE
    1-877-222-3737
    One-stop shopping for seniors and their families. This is a toll-free telephone number to put you in touch with someone to help you learn about and apply for important programs and benefits. Although this program is sponsored by the NJ Department of Human Services Division of Aging Services, the person you will speak with will be in Morris County.
  • Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD)
    1-800-792-9745
    State-funded prescription program which helps eligible New Jersey seniors with the cost of prescribed medications.
  • Senior Gold Prescription Discount Program
    1-800-792-9745
    Provides prescription drugs, insulin, insulin supplies and diabetic testing material to eligible New Jersey residents for $15.00 per prescription plus one half of the cost of the prescription.
  • Housing Resources for Seniors in New Jersey
    A U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) website with helpful New Jersey-specific resources.
  • NJ SHARES
    866.657.4273
    This is a non-profit organization established by New Jersey’s major utility companies to provide assistance to individuals and families who are in need of temporary help in paying their energy bills.