Senior Programs and Services, located on the first floor of Town Hall, maintains a variety of activities and events…More for senior citizens in the community. The department offers services such as transportation, shopping, home-delivered meals and housecleaning. </p>
<p>There are also two senior centers: one at 660 White Plains Road and another at 235 Garth Road in Scarsdale.</p>
<p>Volunteers are welcome and should call 914-771-3340 for information.</p>
<p>Gilda Press is the director. </p>
Bronxville Senior Citizens 180 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville, NY10708 Bronxville Senior Citizens is a community organization that provides various cultural, educational and recreational…More programs to individuals ages 55+ living throughout the Bronxville community. Membership dues for 2013 will cost $85. Dues cover weekly exercise, Tai Chi and bridge classes as well as lectures every Tuesday afternoon. Additionally, members can opt to participate in luncheons and trips, which are hosted monthly and cost a small additional fee. Meetings are held at The Reformed Church of Bronxville on Tuesday and Thursdays.
Gramatan Village 85 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville, NY10708 Gramatan Village is a non-profit organization serving senior citizens throughout the greater Bronxville area. It hosts…More day trips, workshops, seminars, dinners and recreational events. In addition, the volunteers can arrange transportation, assist with errands and provide home help and health care services.
Tuckahoe Denture Center 111 Lake Ave, Tuckahoe, NY10707 The Tuckahoe Denture Center is a part of the Oshiro Dental practice in the village of Tuckahoe. The practice works with…More high-quality dentures, performs same-day repairs and relines and offers special fees for senior citizens. Be sure to visit the Web site provided for more information on the practice and to schedule an appointment.
The Tuckahoe Housing Authority, incorporated in 1938, administers 175 Section 8 housing-choice vouchers a year with…More funding from the capital fund program. The vouchers provide low-income families, individuals, senior citizens and the disabled with decent, safe and sanitary housing. A subsidy is paid to a landlord, and the tenant pays the difference between the actual rent and the subsidy. The Tuckahoe Housing Authority also provides 150 units of public housing.</p>
<p>Its executive director is Irina Matveevskii.</p>