Luncheons & Breakfasts
Eight themed luncheons, six breakfasts, and three pizza parties are held each year for invited clients to enjoy a meal, gather with old friends, and enjoy some entertainment. Nearly 80 attend each luncheon and transportation is provided if necessary. If you would like to join us, please call and leave your name, address and telephone number and we will be in touch. Maintaining involvement in the community enables our residents to support one another and help ease feelings of loneliness, isolation and depression.
Round-trip transportation is provided to medical appointments and ongoing medical treatments for those who have no other means available, with two days advance notice. We provide emotional support and encouragement to clients dealing with serious illness, particularly in the absence of immediate family.
Meals At Home
We transferred our Meals at Home Program to the Town of Cortlandt Nutrition Program, effective January 2, 2018. For information on their program and client qualifications, call Becky Ferguson, Nutrition Program Manager at 914-528-8377.
Each Thanksgiving, Christmas/Chanukah and Easter/Passover holiday, food baskets are given to people in need. Through the generosity of community members, schools and the local businesses, our food drives provide all the ingredients for a traditional holiday meal, plus food supplies for a week, to approximately 40 families each holiday. A stock of nonperishable items and food coupons also enables us to respond to emergency calls for food throughout the year.
In advance of each school year, vouchers to purchase school supplies at no cost are provided to students in need. This program is made possible by the generosity of local businesses. Families interested in this program should contact Carrie Sena, Executive Director, at 914-271-4979 or via email at email@example.com.