Adult Day Programs 


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Horseshoe Farm hosts Adult Day Programs 4 days per week on the first floor of the beautifully restored historic “Old Greensboro Hotel" building located at the corner of Market & Main Streets.  The programs offer a safe and welcoming place for adults who want to enjoy companionship and good fun as they pursue their health and other goals.  The programs focus on health, wellness, social, and activities programs paired with wraparound health and support services for vulnerable and other adults in our community. 

We are grateful to have partnered with local Churches to provide a delicious weekly meal at our Tuesday program, and other programs include a nutritious snack or meal and activities such as stretching/exercise, arts and crafts, cooking, gardening, dancing, music, a walking club, interactive games, or other group activities.

We have also partnered with Hale County Hospital, volunteer local health providers, and our State's medical and health professions schools (the University of Alabama School of Medicine, the University of Alabama School of Social Work, the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) Physician's Assistant Program, and the UAB Nursing School) to provide additional health, wellness, and social support programs.    These programs along with Horseshoe Farm's other service programs provide training to prepare community health service leaders needed for our State and nation.

Adult Day Programs are intended to help combat the isolation and lack of purpose that often face many individuals. They also seek to support successful community living, help participants stay healthy and avoid unnecessary hospital stays, and provide a place where community members can come together to support one another.  

If you or someone you know is interested and could benefit from the Adult Day Programs or if you have any questions about the Adult Day Programs, please call (205)710-6372. You can also email us at fellows@projecthsf.org.