These services are provided to assist and promote the well-being and independence of our Seniors.


Medical equipment can be costly. The COA has equipment available to seniors of Nahant. Before you purchase medical equipment contact the COA at 1 (781) 581-7557

Here is what we have: Walkers, toilet seats, shower chairs, crutches and canes. We have a limited supply of wheelchairs. We keep 2 at the center and loan them out for short durations.

If you have any medical equipment you would like to donate such as wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc, please donate it today! You may contact us regarding that here.
Additional equipment is available through Mass Rehabilitation Commission. Information is available on their website: www.dmeREquipment.org


Medical Alert Systems

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  • Nahant Police Department has several services which assist in helping locals.
  • Greater Lynn Senior Services
  • GLSS (Greater Lynn Senior Services) is a wonderful resource for seniors and their families, along with information and referrals.
  • Bus Transportation
  • The Nahant COA has a bus that will pick up seniors and bring them to lunch at the Tiffany Room along with local trips to planned activities, shopping, and more

For Seniors
Elder Abuse Hotline
1-800-922-2275 (V/TDD)
Domestic Violence Hotline
Alzheimers Association
24/7 Helpline: 800-272-3900
All Care VNA
All Care Hospice
GLSS (Greater Lynn Senior Services) 781-599-0110
Hospice & Palliative Care 888-283-1722
Massachusetts Council on Aging
The National Council on Aging
MBTA’s The Ride 888-844-0355
Administration for Community Living (ACL)
Social Security Information
Medicare & Medicaid Assistance Program
Protective Services
1-800-243-4636 or TDD/TTY 1-800-872-0166
Prescription Advantage
1-877-610-0241 (TTY)
Executive Office of Elder Affairs

Chronic Pain, Addiction & Treatment
Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator
Senior Drug Abuse Info
Care Giver Substance Abuse Info
Other Useful Links
Mass Options - Your Link To Community Services
Assisted Living Ultimate Guide
Healthline: Early Warning Signs of Dementia
Mesothelioma Guide
The Massachusetts Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) Program 
A statewide partnership between community based organizations and mainstream agencies. Our objective is to reach and educate Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, family members, caregivers, and professionals on the importance of being engaged healthcare consumers to prevent healthcare errors, and abuse. New Medicare Card information is here.