More than 17 million, or almost one in four, American children are at risk of hunger. (U.S. Department of Agriculture)

Greenwich House

Manhattan

Founded in 1902, Greenwich House is dedicated to helping New Yorkers lead safe, healthy and more fulfilling lives. Located in historic Greenwich Village and Chelsea, Greenwich House continuously responds to current community needs with varied programs that provide special care to thousands of clients each day.

Elevating Older Adults

We work to assure the availability of quality services that support New York's growing older adult population. These services, provided to over 60,000 Older Adults each year by settlement houses, include: senior centers, case management, home delivered meals, adult day programs, mental health services, home care, and services in Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORCs).

UNH accomplishes this through advocacy and policy analysis as well as by providing resources to our member agencies for program innovation and enhancement.

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Issues and Programs

Community Experience Partnership

Healthy Communities Through Healthy Food

The first of 77 million baby boomers turned 60 in 2006. By 2030, 108 million Americans will be over age 55, up from 60 million today. Will our communities be ready for this age-wave?
To make sure we are ready, UNH – in partnership locally with The New York Community Trust - is participating in the Community Experience Partnership (CEP)...  Learn more »




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