Seniors Centers

Queens Community House's five older adult centers provide culturally-rich environments where older adults can engage with peers, make new friends, enjoy a hot meal, keep physically active, learn new skills and explore new interests, and give back through volunteer opportunities.

Each center offers a wide variety of physical activities, including yoga, Zumba, ballroom dance, stretching, tai chi, chair aerobics, and ping pong, for older adults looking to maintain their health. We also provide support in managing chronic health conditions through free screenings, health education workshops, and nutritious meals. The centers give seniors the opportunity to share existing skills and talents and to develop new ones through a variety of arts, language, and special interest classes.  

Case Assistance is available at all our centers to offer information and referrals, housing assistance, and benefits enrollment assistance.

Contact Information

Forest Hills Older Adult Center
108-25 62nd Drive
Forest Hills, NY 11375
Tel: 718-592-5757 ext. 275
Tel: 718-699-1010
Director: Toolarie Iqbal

Rego Park Older Adult Center
97-30 Queens Blvd, Basement Level
Rego Park, NY 11374
Tel: 718-896-8511, etc. 404
Director: Elana Tsibulevskiy

Kew Gardens Community Center
80-02 Kew Gardens Road, Suite 202
Kew Gardens, NY 11416
Tel: 718-268-5960, ext. 4563
Contact: Karen Jaramillo

Pomonok Older Adult Center
67-09 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11367
Tel: 718-896-8511, ext. 401

Queens Center for Gay Seniors
37-06 77th Street
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Tel: 718-533-6459
Director: Olga Baranova

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