Ector County

Ector County Senior Centers Information

Director/Support Staff County Center/Office Services Phone Hours
Mary Salaz,

Ector County Senior Center
1225 North Adams
Odessa TX 79761

email:[email protected]

FP, MSC – *C/1, *C/2, *Transportation, Information & Referral, Outreach, Shopping, Translation, Health Screening, Instruction/Training, Physical Fitness, Visiting, Recreation, Legal Assistance, Volunteers, Tai Chi, Computer Classes 432.337.5281


Mary Salaz, Director Ector/Odessa Southside Southside Senior Citizens Center
900 South Dixie Blvd.
Odessa TX 79761

email:[email protected]
FP, MSC – *C/1, Transportation, Recreation, Money Management, Information & Referral, Health Screening  432.337.4531  M-F
Mary Salaz, Director Ector/Odessa
Westside Senior Center
2265 West Sycamore Drive
Odessa TX 79763 

email: [email protected]

FP, SC – *C/1, Recreation, Information & Referral, Exercise, Games 432.385.7715  M-F
Craig Stoker Ector/Odessa Meals on Wheels of Odessa
1314 East 5th Street
POB 15
Odessa TX 79761
email:  [email protected]
  Definitions of Abbreviations in Services Column
FP Focal Point:   A highly visible multipurpose senior center where anyone in a community can obtain information about and access to services for older adults.   For purpose of these rules, focal points are so designated by the Area Agency on Aging.


Multipurpose Senior Center:   A center facility which is open for a minimum of six hours a day, five days a week, and provides or coordinates for participants a nutritious meal and a variety of services such as, but not limited to, transportation, nutrition education, health screening, information & referral, exercise/physical fitness and volunteer activities, etc.
SC Senior Center:   A center facility whose primary focus is the delivery of services (including meals) to participants, but does not remain open a set number of hours a day.
 C/1 Congregate Meals:   Served at the center.
C/2 Home Delivered Meals:   Delivered to the participant’s residence.
* Services preceded by an asterisk are currently funded in part with Title III funds through agreements with the Area Agency on Aging of the Permian Basin.