​​Serving downtown NYC since 1898

City Hall Older Adults Center
100 Gold Street - LL

New York, NY 10038
T: (212) 788-5580

Smith NORC

50 Madison Street

New York, NY 10038

T:  (212) 349-3724 x 9312

Knickerbocker Village NORC

36 Monroe Street #D-G1
New York, NY 10002

T: (212) 349-0616

Chatham Green NORC
185 Park Row

New York, NY 10038
T: (212) 233-2731

Two Bridges Senior Apartments
80 Rutgers Slip
New York, NY 10002
T: (212) 349-9869

Caregiver Services
Citywide Program
(English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, & Japanese Languages)

100 Gold Street, Lower Level
New York, NY 10038
T: (212) 788-1688

Caregiver Services
Manhattan Program
(English & Spanish Languages)

50 Madison Street – Rm 203
New York, NY 10038 
T: (212) 788-2318

Social Adult Day Services

253 South Street, 2Fl
New York, NY 10002

T: (212) 720-4588


​Learn more what a caregiver is, if you are a caregiver, and can get caregiver support in our Caregiver Services Programs. Learn more here

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253 South Street, 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10002

Tel: (212) 349-3724

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

A powerful story following the day in the life of our Social Adult Day client Mrs. Chu, a Chinese American older adult that lives alone in New York City.  Filmed by the NextDayBetter and AARP AAPI Community.



Bonnie Lumagui, LCSW
AED for Older Adults & Community Services

50 Madison Street
New York, NY 10038

T: (212) 349-3724 x 9301

​E: SeniorServices@hmhonline.org

Aging & Alone
Older Adult Services

Hamilton-Madison House provides a variety of older adult programs and centers that strive to minimize isolation and depression by helping older adults continue to live as active members of the community. 

The programs and centers serve more than 6,000 older adults who range from 60-90 years old and who speak eight different languages and dialects. Hamilton-Madison House also provides caregivers and families caring for older adults with resources, information and support to assist their loved ones.

City Hall Older Adult Center

For over 70 years, City Hall has been  a model for high-quality, high-volume, culturally and linguistically appropriate services and activities.  Our mission is to promote wellness, lifelong learning & independence and to prevent and combat social isolation and economic insecurity among older adults age 60.  At our core, we  believe all older New Yorkers deserve to age with dignity in their own community.​ Click here to learn more.

Care for Caregivers

​We provide services such as information and assistance on benefits and entitlements, including Medicaid, SNAP, SCRIE, HEAP, along with Support Groups that discuss topics which are relevant to seniors' well-being.  We also offer Counseling, Supplemental and Respite care to those clients that require financial and emotional assistance.