Life At
Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center

Our dedication to superior service goes beyond healthy meals and clean surroundings. Between housekeeping and maintenance, customized nutrition and wellness plans, signature dining venues and sustainable food programs, we elevate the senior living standard with a personal touch. Through these resources and our passion for excellence, we empower seniors to live their best.

Welcome Home

Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center is managed by

Chugiak Senior Citizens, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization,

founded in 1975 to serve the needs of seniors age 60

and over as well as disabled adults who live in the

greater Chugiak, Eagle River and Eklutna areas.

We provide services that are geared toward helping

individuals maintain their independence and remain

in their chosen community.


We offer a variety of programs, including 42 independent

living apartments, 20 affordable housing senior apartments,

20 assisted living units, an Adult Day Services program, a

healthy nutrition program serving both residents and the

public, Meals-on-Wheels, transportation to residents and seniors

living in the Chugiak and Eagle River communities, a wellness

and exercise department, an activities department, a

volunteer program and a visiting professionals program

which rotates specialists in numerous fields to

provide on-site services.

What's Happening at CERSC?

Anchorage Deluxe Trolley Tour

The month of August brought many amazing adventures for the residents of CERSC

and our community members.  On our tour we learned about Alaska's largest

city's rich history and natural beauty.

The ride included 4 stops throughout downtown Anchorage, including the

Lake Hood small airplane airport, Ship Creek, Earthquake Park, and Point Wornzoff.

We enjoyed plenty of sunshine along with entertaining stories from our tour guide.

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Anchorage Ghost Tour

This was a walk through time with stories of historic Anchorage. Our guide, Rick,

told tales of ghosts along with the history of early Anchorage.