Founded in 2000 as a 501(c)3 community outreach ministry for the Episcopal Church of the Messiah. The current service model for the SRC evolved from an original vision of a senior daycare center to be located in the church hall. Due to cost and regulatory constraints, the vision was modified to a more attainable short-term goal which was a service model that would address unmet needs for support, information, education, training and referral resources for seniors and their caregivers. In August of 2011, the Senior Resource Center reincorporated as a non-denominational community center serving people of all faith – as well as people of no faith.

As a direct result of offering information and referral resources, the SRC has developed relationships with hundreds of other organizations, in Morris County and other surrounding counties, which are serving the same needs or population. Some of the main relationships include, but are certainly not limited to: Family Service of Morris County, Morris County Department of Human Services-Division on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans, United Way Caregivers Coalition, NORWESCAP, New Bridge Services, Inc., Morristown Memorial Hospital Community Health, Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, St. Clare’s Hospital in Dover and Denville, VNANNJ, Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills, Hope House, Alzheimer’s Association-NJ Regional Office, North Jersey Regional Arthritis Center, Jewish Family Services, Volunteer Management Center, Legal Services of Northwest Jersey, Atlantic Home Care and Hospice, New Jersey Self-Help Clearinghouse, as well as, several other home health care & companion services agencies, independent living/assisted living /skilled nursing facilities, adult day care center, etc.

The Latest on Festival of Trees Dec 5th – 12th

The Senior Resource Center of Chester is sponsoring its annual Festival of Trees on Saturday, December 5, through Saturday, December 12 at the Barn at High Ridge Park in Chester, NJ. The Festival of Trees is a community celebration featuring decorated holiday trees in...

COVID 19: What Senior Should Know on Monday, Dec.7 at 12 pm

Imge Uludogan, Field Representative for Health Education for the Morris County Office of Health Management will present “COVID-19”: What Seniors Should Know” at the Chester Library/Senior Resource Center Virtual Senior Lunch and Learn on Monday, December 7 at 12 pm....

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SAVE THE DATE: Festival of Trees – “A Holly Jolly Christmas” – December 2021

Volunteers Wanted

The Senior Resource Center (SRC) is always searching for community members interested in assisting with the daily operations of our great program.  Contact us here.

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Monday, September 13th @ 12 pm

co-hosted by the Chester Library

"Are You Dreaming of a Good Night's Sleep?"

Presented by:

Christine Dunne


12:00 PM - 1:00 PM via Zoom

Did you know that 1 in 3 adults don’t get enough sleep? Sleep problems can take many forms and can involve too little sleep, too much sleep, or inadequate quality of sleep. Join us to learn why sleep is important, reasons for not being able to sleep, and tips on how to improve sleep.

Christine Dunne, RPSGT

Christine has 35 years clinical experience in sleep medicine and holds the RPSGT (Registered Polysomnographic Technologist) credential from the BRPT (Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists). She started in the sleep field as a night technologist and has progressed to managing and operating a successful sleep lab. Christine has worked on various research projects over her years in Sleep.  She is focused on patient and community education to bring awareness to the important role sleep has in our day.

This session will be held live over Zoom. Please register with the Washington Township Library (click here) so we can send you a link to attend. PLEASE NOTE: The link to attend will be emailed to you at least 24 hours in advance. If you have not received it by then, please check your spam folder. If it is not there, please email william.haggis@wtpl.org so it can be resent. 

Zoom is free, and you can access it on any iPhone, Android, tablet, or iPad. If you are new to Zoom - try it out here before the session. Simply click the test Zoom link to see how easy it is to see and hear a presentation right from your home: https://zoom.us/test


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(908) 879-2202
50 Route 24
Chester, NJ 07930
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