Schenectady Senior Center

Attention Seniors 


Schenectady County COVID-19 Emergency Response Coalition Launched to Meet Needs of Community During Coronavirus Pandemic

Schenectady County announced the creation of the Schenectady County COVID-19 Emergency Response Coalition. The County is partnering with The Schenectady Foundation, The Boys and Girls Club, and other local organizations to address the basic needs of the community during the coronavirus epidemic. The Coalition will operate a hotline out of the new Boys and Girls Clubhouse in Mont Pleasant.

The Coalition was created to help address those issues; and ensure those who are quarantined or isolated, seniors, and other at-risk individuals get the basic supplies they need while they remain at home. The main focus of the Coalition is delivering groceries and other essentials during this difficult time, while also identifying services offered by partner organizations for those with additional needs.

Schenectady County residents in need of supplies should call (518) 621-3536. Staff will work with callers to identify their needs, including any dietary or allergy restrictions, and set up a drop-off time. Representatives from the County Department of Social Services will also be on hand to assist with shelter, temporary assistance programs and Medicaid issues. Staff will also have information about resources available to address other identified needs.


 Remember, Stay Home! Stop the Spread! Save Lives!

Please protect yourself from the Coronavirus. For additional information please go to NYS  website.

Our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of all our members. Should you need assistance with food or care, please call NYConnects at 518-382-8481 Ext. 1. If you have any questions about the Coronavirus, call the NYS Dept. Coronavirus Hotline at 1-888-364-3065


_______________________________________ Hours: CLOSED Until Further Notice  


Membership is FREE! 

Freshly prepared in-house lunch served at noon. 

For information contact: 

Deb Berner or  Rachael Pidgeon


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