Hamilton-Madison House’s AED of Behavioral Health Services, Joy Luangphaxay, speaking at UNH’s Women’s Leadership Conference.

Donation From The Howard Hughes Corporation

Hamilton-Madison House is very grateful to The Howard Hughes Corporation for their $25,000 donation presented during the South Street Seaport "Block Party". Also, Thank You to Council Member Margaret S. Chin for her recognition of our work and service to the community.​​


​Smith Senior Services NORC Testifies at a NYCHA Hearing

Hamilton-Madison House's Director of Smith Senior Services NORC testifies at a NYCHA hearing on the need for NYCHA to improve response to facility issues and allocate more resources to capital improvements.



Caregiver Program at Hamilton-Madison House

After suffering a prolonged illness from pneumonia, Yuet Ching Quan, an 81-year-old New York City resident, found support in the Caregiver Services Program at Hamilton-Madison House, supported by the New York City Department for the Aging. 

Click here to learn more about the story



OCA-NY Community Service Award

Hamilton-Madison House is very honored to receive 
the Community Service Award from the 
OCA-NY 42nd Annual Community Service & Leadership Awards Gala. 
We also congratulate our fellow honorees, the Honorable Randall T. Eng 
and Donald Hong, President of UA3, Inc.


Too Much Stress? 
How Long-term Stress Affects Mental Health


Dr. Yu-Kang Chen, Staff Psychologist of the Hamilton-Madison House, discussed mental health issues in the Asian community (stigma, cultural differences, insurance, referral resource etc.) in a TV show on Sinovision.


​Aging & Alone

A powerful story following the day in the life of our Social Adult Day client Mrs. Chu, a Chinese American senior that lives alone in New York City. 

Filmed by the NextDayBetter and AARP AAPI Community.​


Devotion: Learning to Love a Stranger Unconditionally

A touching story of our client King and his caregiver Nancy Mak-O’Leary that was filmed by the NextDayBetter and AARP AAPI Community. 
 


Distinguished Service Humanitarian Award - Suki Terada Ports

On October 3, 2017, Suki Terada Ports accepted the Distinguished Service Humanitarian Award by Hamilton-Madison House 5th Annual Japanese Dinner.  Please learn about the profound impact Suki has made in her lifetime.  As a young 80s, find out why she continues to be the voice of all people.



Check out how our senior programs work:


Film by LiveOn NY: Helping New Yorkers age with confidence, grace and vitality 





​Thanks to our wonderful volunteers!

Thanks to GieFaan Kim, Hillman Lam, Karen Gray and Sangmi Park, members of AREAA - Asian Real Estate Association of America, who volunteered to paint the kitchen at 5o Madison Street as well as do a makeover with stools, art work and more. Also thanks to other members of AREAA who raised additional funds for other items such as music stands for our Music School.​




Volunteer Recognition​​​ Celebration

Our senior programs range from health, nutrition to socialization, serving more than 5000 members over 62 years old over the City. Our volunteers dedicate their retire life to senior services.







Congratulations to our City Hall Senior Center's Activities Coordinator, Lily Huang, being honored at the CMP 45th Anniversary Awards Gala!​






Congratulations to our Executive Director, Isabel Ching, being one of the honorees at Public Advocate Letitia James' Lunar New Year Celebration!



Ambassadors to the unserved: 
Knickerbocker Village reaches out 


​Learn how Mary Springer, director of supportive services at Hamilton-Madison House Knickerbocker Village NORC, reaches older adults living in a Naturally Occurring Retirement Community to involve them in on-site services when there are 4,500 residents.
​​​NYC - Department for the Aging​​​​​




Aging & Alone

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Devotion: Learning to Love a Stranger Unconditionally