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Why Should You Get a Senior Community Connections Membership?

Simplify your life. Save money. Maintain your home. Reduce stress. Stay mobile. Connect with others! Senior Community Connections Membership allows members to foster social connections and friendships that keep members engaged in their community.  Members of the Senior Community Connections are better enabled to lead healthy, productive lives.

What are the options?

Full-Service Members Cost: $250 for individuals | $400 for a household Full and Social memberships (Single and Couple) are available to anyone 55 years and older and residing within SCC’s catchment area which includes the Town of Davidson and certain contiguous areas of Cornelius, Huntersville, Mount Mourne, and Mooresville.

The MaryAnne Hammond Scholarship Fund: We have limited scholarships available for those experiencing financial hardship. Please contact us for more information.

Full Services Examples: 

      • transportation
      • events, activities, and programs
      • friendly visits and calls
      • technology assistance
      • personal advocacy and resources

Social Members:  $125 for individuals | $200 for a household

Events, activities and programs

For more information or to talk to someone on our Membership Committee, please contact Senior Community Connections by phone (980) 689-1843 or email us at or . For full membership details consult our Member Handbook! If you are interested in joining Senior Community Connections, complete the membership application by using any of the following methods: 

Once your application has been approved, membership payment can be completed by the following methods:

Checks can be made payable to Senior Community Connections and mailed to: Senior Community Connections
PO Box 327
Davidson, NC  28036

After receiving your request for more information or completed the SCC Membership Application, a Membership Coordinator will contact you to arrange a time for an in-home visit with you. Need information about Community Resources? Click here!