Yes. The Weston Senior Services and Resource Directory, published by the Weston Commission on Aging, is a free, 44-page comprehensive guide to services and programs that serve Weston seniors, their families, and their caregivers. It includes information on regional and state agencies, counseling and health care services, legal, financial, and utility assistance, enrichment opportunities, veterans services, and more. 

Reference copies of the directory are available at the Weston Public Library, the town clerk’s office in town hall, the Weston Senior Activities Center, and the Social Services office in the Town Hall Annex. The directory is also available online at westonct.gov under Youth/Adult Programs in the Senior Center section. Call Social Services at 203-222-2663 or the Senior Activities Center at 203-222-2608 to arrange to get a copy.