The five-year Community Care Plan will expand aging support services that support the independence, self-reliance and wellbeing older adults need to age in their homes and avoid institutionalization. The City will invest $58 million in the plan’s first year, which will help add more centers and services in underserved communities. Read more: Building Community Care
We have launched Ageless New York, a first-of-its-kind media campaign to combat ageism in New York City. Learn more and join the campaign by visiting nyc.gov/AgelessNewYork.
All City-run vaccine sites are free and open for walk-ins. No appointment necessary! Visit nyc.gov/vcc to find sites.
For a limited time, New Yorkers can get $100, free tickets, or gifts for getting vaccinated.
Older adults, get answers to your vaccine questions by reading COVID-19 Vaccines – What Older New Yorkers Need to Know. Available in 13 languages.
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