Holocaust Survivor: This is Not the America I Came To
CNN, August 20th, 2017
How to Combat Loneliness and Isolation as We Age
Forbes, August 10th, 2017
Citizenship Ceremony at Flushing Senior Center
NTD TV, July 19th, 2017
Eviction Blocked for 89-year-old Queens Holocaust Survivor with Debilitating Health Issues
NY Daily News, May 9th, 2017
New Senior Transportation Program Launches in Northeast Queens
NY1, April 27th, 2017
Fewer than 2% of Selfhelp's 1,400 housing residents transfer to nursing homes each year.
Last year alone, our social workers leveraged nearly $3.6 million in support for food, housing, transportation, and other life essentials for needy older adults.
Selfhelp cares for 4,300 Holocaust survivors annually, and 700 clients approach us each year for assistance for the very first time. Half of the approximately 55,000 survivors living in NYC are considered poor or near poor.
1800 home health aides provide more than 2 million hours of care to our clients. Our program trains over 450 aides a year.