The Orange Community Services Department strives to develop and maintain a coordinated system of social services that provides advocacy, information, programs, activities, resources, referrals and support for youth, adults, families, elderly and disabled residents in the town of Orange.
Bicentennial Photo Display
We want your old and vintage photos of Orange. Community Services will scan your photo and give it right back. We will upload the photos into a digital frame and display the frame at the High Plains Community Center. In September, we will display the photos at the Orange Agricultural Fair. We can also accept jpeg images of your photo. Email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org, call (203) 891-4789 for more information, or bring your photo by to Community Services at 525 Orange Center Rd, Orange.
The OVNA are continuing to monitor Blood Pressure of people that want to come in for a Blood Pressure check by appointment.
If you are missing our classes, and you like Chair Exercise click on the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XklI-X6K7jc. OGAT filmed Suzanne Anderson leading Rae Maclellan in Chair Exercise. Now you can exercise from home!
Attorney Floman DePaola’s office offers a free legal clinic, the first Wednesday of the month. Appointments will be for 1/2 an hour beginning at 9:00am. Please call the senior center at 203-891-4788 to schedule an appointment.
The Community Services Department is responsible for planning, providing and coordinating social services for Orange residents of all ages. Community Services Department includes Senior Services, Outreach/Municipal Agent Services, Special Needs Services, Transportation Services, Behavioral Health Services through Bridges Health Care, Food Bank and Fuel Assistance, Elderly Nutrition Program, Volunteer Opportunities for residents of all ages.