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New York

Access NYC

Online source that allows NYC residents to get information and apply for benefit programs provided through the Human Resources Administration (HRA).

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Adaptive Sports Foundation

Promotes physical activity for children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities through education and activities. Programs and classes are offered for a fee and through reservations.

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Community Health Advocates (CHA)

Helps New Yorkers understand their health insurance, and access the heath care services they need. CHA is a program of the Community Service Society and provides free confidential individual counseling to individuals and families.

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DOROT

Addresses basic needs such as food and housing, health and wellness resources, and life management skills.  They also provide social, cultural, and educational activities to alleviate isolation and to foster interaction between the young and the elderly. Operates a number of programs including friendly visiting, shop and escort, holiday package delivery, kosher meals for the homebound, support of caregivers, and homelessness prevention. DOROT serves older adults in Manhattan from 59th to 125 streets on the West side and from 14th street to 96th street on the East side, also seniors living in Westchester County. Their teleconference education programs can be accessed nationwide.

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Educational Alliance

Programs for all ages. For older adults there are numerous educational and social services to get them active. They have centers all around the borough of Manhattan. Depending on the location of the center the activities and events might be free of charge or with a membership.

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End Of Life Choices, NY

End of Life Choices, New York, through leadership, advocacy, education and counseling, seeks to expand choice at the end of life and improve the quality of care for New Yorkers, ensuring that their values and wishes are respected.

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God’s Love We Deliver

The Home Delivery Meal Program provides provides home-delivered meals to clients in all of New York City, and those in Jersey City, New Jersey; if you are living with HIV/AIDS, cancer or a different serious illness and have a difficulty shopping or cooking. Also, provides illness-specific nutrition education and counseling to families and care providers. All services are provided free of charge without regard to income.

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