Sazzy Senior Services

Addressing the social, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of area senior adults.

Creating a family atmosphere for senior adults through engaging activities.

Catholic Charities’ Senior Program, located at our St. Martin de Porres Center, provides senior adults who crave connection, an extended family of friends who share the same enthusiasm for life.

Providing fun, engaging, and educational activities during program hours – as well as breakfast and lunch!

About Our Program

Our Sazzy Senior Program is held at St. Martin de Porres in North Omaha.

SMdP is open daily; structured programming is offered on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Programming is provided for the cost of $20 monthly or $3 daily. A sliding-scale payment option is available to those who cannot afford the cost. Seniors have access to the onsite food pantry; a Homebound Senior Pantry Delivery Service delivers food packages to homebound seniors ages 60+. We also provide care packages to homebound seniors each month (filled with resource information, snacks, and toiletries).

During the structured programming seniors are provided with on-site activities, nutrition, exercise, education, social and cultural events. A light breakfast and lunch meal is served.

Sazzy Senior Services

  • Health & Wellness

    Health & Wellness

    To keep seniors active and social, we have an on-site garden, Walking Club, Sittercise (a fitness class), and a move-to-music program. Breakfast and lunch are provided three days weekly.

  • Educational Wellness

    Educational Wellness

    Workshops and presentations connect seniors with important information and services critical to their well-being. Topics include tax preparation, banking, reverse mortgage referrals, medical services, social security, Medicare, and Medicaid. Grant funds will directly impact our educational wellness program area by enabling us to bring in licensed behavioral health therapists (from Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Services) to provide 12, one-hour workshops and activities over the course of one year.

  • Social Wellness and Outreach

    Social Wellness and Outreach

    Workshops and presentations connect seniors with important information and services critical to their well-being.
    Topics include:

    • Tax preparation
    • Banking
    • Reverse mortgage referrals
    • Medical services
    • Social security
    • Medicare and Medicaid

    Grant funds will directly impact our educational wellness program area by enabling us to bring in licensed behavioral health therapists (from Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Services) to provide 12, one-hour workshops and activities over the course of one year.

  • Available Activities

    Available Activities

    To promote community engagement, we offer activities such as:

    • BINGO
    • Bible Study
    • Volunteer opportunities
    • Arts and crafts projects
    • Community round tables
    • Outings
    • Special events
  • About our Seniors

    About our Seniors


    Our program is attended by men and women who’ve courageously served in the military, raised children, lost loved ones, and built careers. Each senior we serve has a powerful, inspiring life history to share. SMdP has literally been the CENTER of their world for a lifetime. Since 1957, the SMdP site has held many roles: daycare, community center, food pantry, and haven of hope.

    The Senior Program began in 2010. Many of those who attend our program once attended daycare in the very same building!

  • Upcoming Events

    Upcoming Events

    Calendar link/boxes of the upcoming events linked to the calendar

Health & Wellness

To keep seniors active and social, we have an on-site garden, Walking Club, Sittercise (a fitness class), and a move-to-music program. Breakfast and lunch are provided three days weekly.

Educational Wellness

Workshops and presentations connect seniors with important information and services critical to their well-being. Topics include tax preparation, banking, reverse mortgage referrals, medical services, social security, Medicare, and Medicaid. Grant funds will directly impact our educational wellness program area by enabling us to bring in licensed behavioral health therapists (from Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Services) to provide 12, one-hour workshops and activities over the course of one year.

Social Wellness and Outreach

Workshops and presentations connect seniors with important information and services critical to their well-being.
Topics include:

  • Tax preparation
  • Banking
  • Reverse mortgage referrals
  • Medical services
  • Social security
  • Medicare and Medicaid

Grant funds will directly impact our educational wellness program area by enabling us to bring in licensed behavioral health therapists (from Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Services) to provide 12, one-hour workshops and activities over the course of one year.

Available Activities

To promote community engagement, we offer activities such as:

  • BINGO
  • Bible Study
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Arts and crafts projects
  • Community round tables
  • Outings
  • Special events

About our Seniors


Our program is attended by men and women who’ve courageously served in the military, raised children, lost loved ones, and built careers. Each senior we serve has a powerful, inspiring life history to share. SMdP has literally been the CENTER of their world for a lifetime. Since 1957, the SMdP site has held many roles: daycare, community center, food pantry, and haven of hope.

The Senior Program began in 2010. Many of those who attend our program once attended daycare in the very same building!

Upcoming Events

Calendar link/boxes of the upcoming events linked to the calendar

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