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Services for Seniors
First and Third Tuesday of month,1:30 - 2:30 PM
Sept. 7th & 21st
Oct. 5th & 19th
The in-person Caregiver Support group has resumed aregivers discuss caregiving issues faced in people's daily lives. Open to any resident of Schenectady County. Facilitated by Wendy Petroci, Schenectady County Department of Senior & Long Term Care Services. CDC guidelines will be followed: 6 ft. distancing, masks worn, temperatures taken, contact tracing log maintained.
Upcoming Support Group Conference calls from
5:30 - 6:30
Sept. 13, Sept. 29th,
Oct. 12, Oct. 26th
Dial in Number: (978) 990-5000
Access Code: 368-996#
Free Legal Consultations
Do you have questions about estate planning? Medicaid applications? Glenn Witecki will be offering free consultations at the Center on the second Wednesday of every other month. Call the front desk at 518-374-0734 to make an appointment.
Copy your wallet cards free
The information on the cards you carry in your wallet is important to you. If these cards are lost or stolen. would you know the many numbers on each of them? You may copy all your wallet cards at the Senior center for free.
Catholic Charities Senior and Caregiver Support Services provides trained staff members who can assist you with choosing health insurance and prescription drug coverage; applying for food stamps, Medicaid and other programs; and locating information about community services and resources.
1462 Erie Boulevard, 2nd Floor
Schenectady, NY 12305
Help with EZ Pass
With the elimination of toll booths on the NYS Thruway, the tolls are increased for people without an EZ Pass. If you do not have a computer and need help setting up an initial EZ Pass account, we can assist you. Contact the center at 518-374-0734
Health Insurance Information and Counseling Program (HIICAP)
Through a partnership with Catholic Charities Senior & Caregiver Support Services, HIICAP provides free, accurate and objective information, counseling, assistance and advocacy on Medicare private health insurance, and related health coverage plans. HIICAP helps people with Medicare, their representatives, or persons soon to be eligible for Medicare.
The Scotia-Glenville Lions Club collects discarded eyeglasses which they restore and give to those less fortunate. So drop off your donation in the box located in the center's library.
Spectrum Internet Assist
offer for qualifying households.
What To Do If You Paid A Scammer
The free table is back in operation. Please only bring a few books or puzzles in at a time. If you have a large number of books to donate, please consider bringing them to the main branch of the county library for donation.