Clinton Senior Center
530 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-757-2026 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
The Clinton Senior Center began in 1969 as a once-a-week meeting in the basement of Sacred Heart Church. Soon after, a twice-weekly lunch was added, and then, in 1973, the Bureau of Purchased Social Services for Adults (BPSSA) provided funding for a full Senior Center. In 1977, the Senior Center moved into the Harborview Terrace—a two-building apartment complex that had just been completed by the City’s Housing Authority—and it officially became Project FIND’s Clinton Senior Center.
The Center has a computer lab, a library, and a large dining room. Lunch is served Monday to Friday. Many classes and activities are offered at Clinton, including trips, holiday parties, and celebrations from around the world.
Last year, almost 600 people visited Clinton to participate in a class, activity, or meal, and more than 25,000 lunches were served.
Trenace Simmons, Director
Trenace Simmons has been working in the Geriatric field for over 18 years. In 1998, she obtained a CNA and LPN license in Orlando, Florida. After some time in the nursing field, she was offered the opportunity to become a Business Office Specialist at Lakeside Behavioral Center. During her tenure at the hospital, she worked in the Adult and Children Clinic. A short time after holding this position, she was promoted to Entitlement Specialist, assisting clients with SSI benefits, as well as long-term housing. Trenace held this position until she decided to return to New York.
In 2003, Trenace was offered a position as the Assistant Director of Hamilton Senior Center. After two years, she was promoted to Director of Hargrave Senior Center. Her love and passion for seniors prompted her stay in the Senior Center field for over 15 years.