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Heights and Hills, Brooklyn, New York

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Address: 57 Willoughby Street, 4th floor
Brooklyn, New York  11201  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 50
EIN: 23-7237927
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Mission Statement


Mission Statement: Heights and Hill promotes successful aging in place. Our mission statement is guided by the following beliefs: • Older adults are assets to their communities. • Older adults’ skills, experience, and wisdom enhance our civic organizations and institutions as well as individual lives. • Older adults are an economic asset to communities. • Making communities livable for older adults benefits all residents. • Older adults are entitled to live as independently as possible, with dignity and personal choice. • Professionally delivered home and community-based services for older people are essential. • Support for caregivers helps bind generations and improves outcomes for all. • Advocacy for issues pertaining to aging is critical.

Description


Heights and Hills supports and empowers over 3,000 frail and homebound older adults and their caregivers in nineteen Brooklyn neighborhoods. Through individual case management and transportation services, we help seniors remain independent and fully-functioning vital members of their communities for as long as possible, and provide critical support to their caregivers.

Heights and Hills supports and empowers over 3,000 frail and homebound older adults and their caregivers in nineteen Brooklyn neighborhoods. Through individual case management and transportation services, we help seniors remain independent and fully-functioning vital members of their communities for as long as possible, and provide critical support to their caregivers.

Mission Statement: Mission Statement: Heights and Hill promotes successful aging in place. Our mission statement is guided by the following beliefs: • Older adults are assets to their communities. • Older adults’ skills, experience, and wisdom enhance our civic organizations and institutions as well as individual lives. • Older adults are an economic asset to communities. • Making communities livable for older adults benefits all residents. • Older adults are entitled to live as independently as possible, with dignity and personal choice. • Professionally delivered home and community-based services for older people are essential. • Support for caregivers helps bind generations and improves outcomes for all. • Advocacy for issues pertaining to aging is critical.

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Program Type:


Seniors Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes