Optum Care Community Centers closing to help protect members from COVID-19
The health and well-being of our community center members is our top priority.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has posted their guide to keeping safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. It includes limiting close contact with others and staying away from crowds. With that in mind, we will close our community centers, starting March 13. We believe this is the best way to help make sure you, our instructors, partners and team members stay safe. Our clinics will remain open at this time.
To learn more, visit the CDC's website. We will update this page as we learn more about when the community centers will reopen. We’re sorry for any inconvenience and hope to welcome you back as soon as possible.
Hear from our guests
Optum Care Community Centers offer a welcoming place to get active and stay healthy. We offer classes and events to help improve physical, mental and emotional health. It’s also a great place to connect with others in the community. Watch our video to learn more.
Activities designed for you
Each community center offers a full calendar of events Monday through Friday. You’ll find:
- Fitness classes like yoga and line dance
- Presentations on diabetes, hearing loss, healthy minds, Medicare and more
- Fun activities like art classes, movie afternoons and parties
Support for caregivers
Caring for a loved one can be a rewarding, yet challenging experience. Optum Care is committed to serving you, the caregiver. We offer education, resources and support so you can be sure you are doing the most to help your loved one.
We offer classes that we urge both patients and caregivers to attend. Topics include:
- Alzheimer's support group
- Long-term care planning
- Stroke prevention
- Nutrition 101
- Healthy living with diabetes
- Healthy cooking made easy