Vaccines will be important tools in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Learn more about the vaccines and who is eligible to receive it now: Vaccine Command Center - Coronavirus (nyc.gov)
Thanks to the tireless work of our senior center staff and network of providers, older New Yorkers continued to receive services and resources in 2020 to help them during these unprecedented times.
These calls have helped older New Yorkers stay connected, socially engaged, and have connected them to vital food, mental health, medical and safety resources.
The Department for the Aging was issued an “A” in MWBE spending!
Making the Grade is an annual report that issues letter grades to City agencies based on their level of success spending with minority- and women-owned business enterprises (M/WBEs).Read Making the Grade here
Staying home makes all New Yorkers understand isolation, but for older adults, social isolation is actually a health hazard. A 10-minute phone call can help. Listen to our Social Isolation PSA, read by Lin-Manuel Miranda, to learn how you can help.
To ensure the health and safety of older New Yorkers, congregate centers are currently closed for in-person programming and meals are being delivered. To sign up for meal deliveries, call 311 to receive food through the City’s GetFoodNYC program.
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