Woodstock Senior Center
127 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-575-0693 | Email: [email protected]
COVID Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm
Woodstock Senior Center opened in 1977. It is located on the second floor of the Woodstock Hotel, one of Project FIND’s three residential buildings.
The senior center is accessible by elevator and features a large programming space, a computer room, and a commercial grade kitchen. Prior to COVID, the location provided daily health and cultural programs in addition to serving nutritious, freshly prepared breakfast and lunch meals to seniors five days per week.
We very much appreciate everyone’s patience and cooperation as we follow the required guidelines to safely reopen our Center in a way that prioritizes each other’s health and safety!
Woodstock Senior Center is excited to announce it has reopened with limited capacity.
On June 14th, we began providing upwards to 135 hot Grab-and-Go lunches to adults age 60+ on a first come, first serve basis each Monday through Friday from 11am to 1pm. These freshly prepared meals can be eaten within the Center or taken to go.
We also reinstated in-person Case Assistance by appointment. To schedule a visit with our Senior Center Social Worker, Jalitza, please call 212-75-0693 ext. 424.
On July 6th, we reopened our computer lab and began providing several on-site programs and activities in additional to our online selections. To sign up in advance for one of our in-person classes, please contact our Program Coordinator, Jihad, at 212-575-0693 ext. 403.
NOTE: Project FIND’s Homeless In Reach Plus (HIR+) Program, which provides supportive services (showers, clothing, housing assistance, etc.) to homeless seniors and is located on the same floor as the Woodstock Senior Center, is open for in-person services Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm.
CHENAL THOMPSON, PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Chenal Thompson has 15 years of experience working in the aging community. She joined the Project FIND in 2006 and has held several positions within the organization, including Administrative Assistant and Assistant Program Director. Her areas of expertise include within the field of aging include consumer satisfaction, program development, and senior technology. Chenal's vision is for the Woodstock Senior Center to be a space where older adults not only receive healthy meals, but also engage in activities that stimulate both their mind and body. She holds a B.S. in Computer Information Systems from SUNY College of Technology, Delhi.