We do everything from health screening to educational projects to keep our seniors fully engaged and vibrant.
Our youngest is 68 and our oldest senior is 93! We regularly provide for 350 seniors (and counting) a week.
We run a nutritious meal program; run classes in computer literacy, photography, ESL, citizenship, etc.; host health screenings for diabetics, hypertension mammograms, cervical cancer, and provide vaccinations; and do case management to help seniors navigate through the bureaucracies in local government.
We also work with seniors to prevent social isolation and provide for lots of recreational activities from Bingo to field trips to museums, parks, and concerts.
Since 1995, we have worked to serve the poor and most vulnerable among us. Prevention and wellness are one of our primary focuses and, resources permitting, we hope to expand our meal and health access programs significantly in the very near future to keep up with urgent demands.