Heights and Hills is proud to offer a variety of support groups for anyone caring for a friend or loved one age 60+. Receive emotional support, learn about community resources, and benefit from the experiences of others.
Call Adina Segal, LCSW at 718-596-8789 for more info or to register!
- Daytime Support Group (Tuesdays, 11AM- 12:30PM) at 57 Willoughby Street in downtown Brooklyn
- Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Support Group (Every 2nd Wednesday, 3PM – 5PM) at 506 Sixth Avenue in Park Slope
- Brooklyn Parkinson’s Group Care Partner Support Group (Every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 12PM – 2PM)
- Evening Support Group (Every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 5:30PM – 7PM) at 57 Willoughby Street in downtown Brooklyn
- Telephonic Support Group (Wednesdays, 7PM – 8:30PM)
Funded under contract with the NYC Department for the Aging.
Heights and Hills is one of the largest providers of supportive services for community-dwelling older adults in Brooklyn and their families. We provide compassionate and professionally delivered services that address older adults’ physical and emotional challenges and we help put supports in place to allow elders to age on their terms, independently and with dignity.
As my team and I reflect on the past 3.5 years that we have served District 35, we are overjoyed by the many victories that we have won to strengthen and revitalize our beloved community. Over the next three weeks, we will be counting down to my Third Annual State of the District, which will feature an overview of our successes during my first term as Council Member for Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights, parts of Crown Heights and Bedford-Stuyvesant. We are not done yet, this is only just a preview of the amazing work that we have accomplished collaboratively as one community and the vision for our future. I invite you to join me on Thursday, May 18th at 6PM along with your family, friends, and neighbors at the Ingersoll Community Center located at 177 Myrtle Avenue.
April is National Social Security Month! During this special month, you can help spread the importance of financial planning by taking part in Thunderclap, a synchronized social media event to educate your networks about programs and services.
Social Security retirement benefits replace about 40 percent of pre-retirement earnings for the average worker. That’s a good foundation, but most people will also need other sources of income in retirement, such as pensions, savings, and investments. Yet nearly a third of the nation’s workers have no money at all set aside specifically for retirement, let alone enough to live comfortably. Help secure today and tomorrow. Open a my Social Security account today at www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount.
Celebrate National #SocialSecurityMonth! Take ‘5 Steps Toward YOUR Financial Security’. Visit www.socialsecurity.gov/agency/5-steps-toward-your-financial-security/.
The FSBC Christian Community Health Team Announces The Annual Health Fair
Saturday May 6, 2017
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Open to the public
Free services, including:
- Adult/Children physical examinations
- Blood pressure screening
- Diabetes and cholesterol screening
- Pap smear/Mammogram/OB-GYN
- Seminars/Health Teaching/Nutrition
- Prostate Cancer Screening
- Psychiatrist & Counseling
Event held at Eglise Baptiste D’Expression Francaise, 204 Vanderbilt Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11205
For more information, call (917) 202-4984.
Interested in living at 9000 Shore Road Brooklyn, NY? Seniors (age 62 and over with a limited income based on the household size) have an opportunity to apply for housing within the Mitchell-Lama senior development, supervised by New York State Homes and Community Renewal must submit their applications for the studio waiting list for 450 applicants by April 27th, 2017 at 11 am.
If selected, qualified veterans, who served during times of war and reside in New York State, or their surviving spouses, will be afforded an admission preference. All other applications will be processed in order of selection. Qualifications will be based on HUD Section 8 and IRS 42 Tax Credit Program guidelines.
Interested persons may obtain an application by writing to Shore Hill Housing and include a STAMPED, SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE, no smaller than 9 x 4 inches, to:
Shore Hill Housing Associates, LP 9000 Shore Road Brooklyn, NY 11209 Attn: Management Office/Application.
Completed applications must be sent by REGULAR MAIL TO THE POST OFFICE BOX stated on the application (no certified, priority, registered, overnight or express mail will be accepted). Applications must be mailed in a white #10 business size envelope (4 1/8″ x 9 1/3″)/ Applications received after the deadline date will be returned. If more than one application is received, the applicant will be disqualified.