"We have invested £2.5m in the new service in Hyndburn to ensure it provides excellent facilities" says County councillor Mike Calvert.
A new £2.5m resource centre for disabled people has been opened.
Hyndburn District Adult Disability Day Services are now based on the site of the former Enfield day centre.
County council chiefs say the modernised service will support people with learning and physical disabilities together with people who have a sensory impairment.
County councillor Mike Calvert, cabinet member for adult and community services, welcomed the move.
He said: "The move from the old resource centre in Nelson Street to the newly refurbished building is part of a £17.5m countywide investment to provide day services for disabled people in up-to-date buildings with a wide range of accessible facilities.
"We have invested £2.5m in the new service in Hyndburn to ensure it provides excellent facilities, including a kitchen and life skills area with split level worktops and hobs, computer equipment, an interactive sensory room, an accessible bathroom, courtyards and landscaped gardens.
"This means that people with complex needs and severe long-term disabilities will receive high-quality help and support together with good access to other resources within their local community."
The new centre, on Church Lane, Altham West, also offers a specialised rehabilitation service for people who have suffered from a major life-changing event such as a stroke, serious accident or brain injury.
This service will help people to regain their life skills and deal with the emotional and practical consequences of the trauma - for example, by helping them to re-engage with social and leisure activities or perhaps return to work or education.
The Adeela Opportunities Ladies' Group, a small local service for Asian women based at Scaitcliffe Community Centre, will also transfer to the newly refurbished building.
The vacated Hyndburn Resource Centre will now be considered for alternative community use.
Council chiefs said all the staff who worked at the Nelson Street centre were given the opportunity to transfer to the new service.