Clinton Older Adult Center
530 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-757-2026 | Email: [email protected]
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Clinton Older Adult Center opened in 1969 as a once per week meeting among a small group of seniors in the basement of Sacred Heart Church. In 1973, the Bureau of Purchased Social Services for Adults (BPSSA) provided the seniors with funding to support the development of a senior center within the location. In 1977, the center relocated to a larger space and its existing home within Harborview Terrace, a two-building New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) apartment complex.
In 2019, the center concluded a $2 million multiyear capital improvement project supported by Borough President Gale Brewer, Councilperson Helen Rosenthal, and NYCHA, which beautifully renovated the site’s entry way, ceilings, floors, lighting, restrooms, kitchen, and program spaces.
Our center has returned to providing freshly prepared meals to members on a first come, first served basis. These hot, nutritious meals can be eaten onsite or taken to go.
To support older New Yorkers in living active, engaging, and independent lives within their communities, we continue to offer an array of online and in-person classes taught by certified instructors and other qualified professionals residing throughout NYC.
STEPHANIE FALCON, PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Stephanie has been working to enhance the wellbeing of older adults for nearly a decade. Prior to joining Project FIND in 2015, she worked at the Ecuadorian International Center, Inc. There she helped community members learn about USCIS laws and policies while cultivating the agencies varying partnerships. Her areas of expertise within the field of aging include program development, facilitation, and evaluation. Stephanie's vision is for the Clinton Older Adult Center to become a haven for all NYC older adults, where they can continue to explore their identities, through stimulating and innovative classes, while also enjoying a nutritious cooked lunch. Stephanie wants to create a safe space for older adults where they can be heard and be there authentic self. What keeps Stephanie motivated is the idea of fighting ageism, by delivering higher-quality programming for the members of the center. Stephanie has a BA in Political Science and Latin American Studies from Queens College, CUNY.