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About Us

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Our Mission

The Mission of the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging and SCV Senior Center is to promote quality of life for seniors.

Vision Statement

Our Vision is independence, dignity and quality of life.

Value Statement

Our Values include:





Ethical Standards


The Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging (SCVCOA) was formed in 1972 as a grassroots response to the needs of older persons in the Santa Clarita Valley. The SCVCOA was formally established as a Public Benefit Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Corporation in 1976, doing business as the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center (SCV Senior Center). The SCV Senior Center moved to Hart Park at 22900 Market Street, Santa Clarita, CA in 1983. The LA County Department of Parks and Recreation provided the building to the SCV Committee on Aging rent free in exchange for the development and administration of multiple senior-focused programs.

In April 2019, the SCV Senior Center opened its brand new Center called “Bella Vida” on Golden Valley Road in Santa Clarita.  The state of the art – 30,000 sq. ft. is the hub of services for Santa Clarita Valley.  The new Center was a joint effort of Los Angeles County – Supervisor Barger, the City of Santa Clarita and the community.  The Center is home to a large Banquet Hall, Outdoor Courtyard, fitness center, lecture hall, dance studio and much more.

In 2018, the SCV Senior Center expanded its services to the Antelope Valley and provides nutrition programs and social services to the Valley.  The Antelope Valley Meals on Wheels program provides thousands of meals every day and also has three dining sites in Lancaster, Palmdale and Lake Los Angeles.

Programs and services include, but are not limited to, Meals on Wheels Antelope Valley and Santa Clarita Valley, Adult Social Day Care and Respite, Congregate and Home Delivered meals, Information and Resource Referral, Health and Wellness programs, Caregiver Resources and Support Groups, Lifelong Learning classes, Handyworker, Transportation and Low-Cost Transportation Vouchers, Recreation and Leisure Activities, Fitness and Exercise, and more.

The principles set forth in the Older American’s Act of 1965 guided the development of the SCVCOA and continue to serve as a guide for the continuation and expansion of programs and services.