Woodstock Senior Center

127 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-575-0693 | Email: 
[email protected]


Woodstock Older Adult Center opened in 1977. It is located on the second floor of the Woodstock Hotel, one of Project FIND’s three residential buildings.

The center is accessible by elevator and features a large programming space, computer room, and commercial grade kitchen.

Project FIND’s Homeless In Reach Plus (HIR+) Program, which provides supportive services (showers, clothing, housing assistance, etc.) to homeless seniors is located on the same floor as the Woodstock Senior Center.



We are excited to welcome you back to the center! We very much appreciate everyone’s patience and cooperation as we follow the required guidelines to safely reopen in a way that prioritizes each other’s health and safety.

Our center has returned to providing freshly prepared meals to members on a first come, first served basis. To support social distancing and safety as we navigate through the COVID pandemic, these hot, nutritious meals can be 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.

NOTE: In an effort to be as safe as possible, we are operating our center at a limited capacity, supporting social distancing, and requiring masks to be worn in all common areas of our spaces when individuals are not eating or drinking.



Chenal Thompson has over 15 years of experience working in the aging community. She joined Project FIND in 2006 and has held several positions within the organization, including Administrative Assistant and Assistant Program Director. Her areas of expertise within the field of aging include consumer satisfaction, program development, and senior technology. Chenal's vision is for the Woodstock Older Adult Center is 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.