SENIOR PROGRAMS
Ravenswood NORC
A NORC provide access health and social services programming to residents within the building or building complex that they reside in. As many low-income residents residing in NYCHA Ravenswood Housing development age, their needs change and they tend to become more isolated.
A NORC provide access health and social services programming to residents within the building or building complex that they reside in. As many low-income residents residing in NYCHA Ravenswood Housing development age, their needs change and they tend to become more isolated. For the last 25 years, through funding from NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA), a wide range of services have been provided to the residents of the Ravenswood Housing development, including counseling for issues ranging from nutrition, health and wellness, prescription costs, food stamps, isolation, and mental health issues.

This program is co-located with HANAC's Ravenswood Senior Center which allows the residents the opportunity to participate in senior center programming within the building complex.
Services available
Healthcare assistance
Case management
Healthcare management
Case assistance
Health Education/Promotions
Escort services
Due to COVID-19, this service is postponed
Telephone reassurance
Friendly visiting
Support groups
Transportation - Individual or Group
Outreach
Presentations and workshops
Advisory Council
You can make a difference! Ravenswood residents are welcome to join the Advisory Council
Advisory Council
Meets monthly. This forum allows for discussions and recommendations related to programming and activities, topics of interest to the program and its members such as health concerns, handling stressors and community issues which may be affecting the seniors.
Ravenswood NORC
718-609-1028
info@hanac.org
34-35A 12th Street
Astoria, NY 11106

Program Hours:
Monday - Friday | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Contact us to find out more about this program
Let's connect
Please fill out the form and someone from our team will reach out shortly.