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Get Help

Requests for assistance are kept confidential unless and until explicit permission is granted.

Get Food

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“I know that all the staff and volunteers at the Isaacs Center are working tirelessly for our community cooking, packaging, and delivering. I appreciate receiving the meals daily. Thank you for your hard work.”

Khristel Simmons, MSW
Associate Vice President – Aging Services
212.360.7620 x1106

Senior Services

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“I live alone and was in denial that I needed any extra support. Once I accepted the help, I started attending regular events… I wouldn’t have gone if it weren’t for Isaacs Center holding me accountable and following-up.”

Khristel Simmons
Associate Vice President, Aging and Nutrition Services  
212.360.7620 x1106

Young Adults

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“I am a full-time mother, a full-time essential worker, and a growing professional in the health care industry. I give all my thanks to…the Stanley Isaacs Center.”

Shayla Simpson
Director of Advance and Earn
212.360.7620 x1201

School-Age Children and Adolescents

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“I can get help with my schoolwork, and my mom can go to work and doesn’t have to worry about watching me.”

Roy Baptiste
Beacon Director

Other Resources

NYC 311
City of New York Resources
19th Precinct
Domestic Violence Support hotline: 800-621-HOPE
NYC Well hotline (free, confidential mental health support): 888-NYC-WELL
NYC Green Book Online
NY State Coronavirus Test Sites

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212-360-7620 x1107