New York City Department Of Aging Transportation Services


This NYC Department of Aging site provides multiple sources of aid to seniors the link above provides transportation services.


Find a Transportation Service in Your Area

By entering your zip code and borough into the link below transportation services near you can be found.



Reduced Fare Metro Card For Seniors


This link leads to an application for seniors to receive reduced fair metro cards.


In Home Services

Department For the Aging (DAFTA) in Home Services.

New York City Department for the Aging Office of Public Affairs

2 Lafayette Street New York, NY 10007



The link above leads to the Department for the Aging in home care services page. From here you can find links to: home delivery services, in-home educational services, library services, and caregiver services.


Resources for the Home-bound in the New York City Metropolitan Area



Resources for those with an Illness. 

Mesothelioma Guide:


Senior Centers

Mannie Wilson Towers
565 Manhattan Avenue
(212) 280-2121

ManhattanVille Senior Center
530 West 133rd Street

Riverstone Senior Center
99 Fort Washington Avenue

Washington Heights Senior Center
1970 Amsterdam Avenue

Hamilton Grange
420 West 145th Street, New York, NY 10031
(212) 862-4181

Jackie Robinson Senior Center
1301 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10027

UBA Manhattanville Center
3333 Broadway New York, NY 10027

ABSW Senior Citizens' Center
221 West 107th St, New York, NY 10031

Convent Avenue Baptist Church Senior Center
425 West 144th St, New York, NY 10031

West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing Senior Center
135 West 106th St

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