New York Senior Guide

The New York Senior Guide contains key statistics and information about how senior citizens in New York live. Use this tool to compare healthcare quality, senior housing options, demographic and financial statistics, and other important data for New York with the rest of the country. This guide also contains helpful contact information for local government agencies that offer assistance to senior citizens.

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Key Senior Statistics

Use these key statistics to learn more about New York seniors.

  • 14% of the population of New York are seniors Source: Census.gov
  • 29% of those seniors living in New York are living alone Source: Census.gov
  • 9% of New York senior households have an annual income of less than $10k and 27% less than $20k Source: Census.gov ACS
  • 36% of New York residents 60 and over received food stamps in the last year Source: Census.gov ACS
  • The average Social Security Income in New York is $17,510/year Source: Census.gov ACS
  • The median household income for a New York senior is $37,228 Source: Census.gov ACS
  • Compared to other states, New York ranks 41st for Long Term Care and 21st for America's Health Rankings Source: AmericasHealthRankings.org
  • There are 423,958 working seniors in New York Source: Census.gov ACS
  • 17% of the seniors in New York are veterans Source: Census.gov ACS

Population by Age

children (20%) working aged (67%) seniors (14%)

(as of 2010)

In the U.S., around 10,000 baby boomers are turning 65 today and everyday for over the next 15 years.

Learn more about the aging population explosion.
The number of people aged 65 and over in New York is projected to rise 33% over the next 15 years, from 2,943,496 to 3,916,891. U.S. Census Population Projections

New York 65+ Population by County

New York 65+ Population by County

The 65+ population in New York as a percent of total state population is below:

Over 652015202020252030
Population 2,943,496 3,250,020 3,606,687 3,916,891
Percent 15.1% 16.6% 18.5% 20.1%
National Percent 14.5% 16.3% 18.2% 19.7%

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The number of New York residents 85 and over will increase 28%, from 487,445 to 621,771. U.S. Census Population Projections

New York 85+ Population by County

New York 85+ Population by County

The 85+ population in New York as a percent of total state population is below:

Over 852015202020252030
Population 487,445 510,226 548,011 621,771
Percent 2.5% 2.6% 2.8% 3.2%
National Percent 2.1% 2.2% 2.3% 2.6%

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Senior Housing

Use our senior housing data to get a snapshot of the housing characteristics and living arrangements of the aging population in New York.

Who do Seniors Live with?

There are 767,357 seniors living alone in New York. Of these, 72% are female. Source: Census.gov

Seniors Living Alone

Percent Living Alone

Gender of Seniors Living Alone

69% of males 65 and older are married compared with 39% of females.
40% of females are widowed compared with 14% of males. Source: Census.gov

Marital Status

Males

Females

Senior Households: Homeowners vs. Renters

Year Home was Built

Renters

Homeowners

Year Current Resident Moved In

Renters

Homeowners

Percentage with Telephone Service

Overall, 1% of New York senior households do not have access to phone service.

Renters

Homeowners

Access to a Vehicle

Overall, 32% of New York senior households do not have access to a vehicle.

Renters

Homeowners

Units in Rental Building

41% of senior renters reside in a large development - one that has 50 or more units.

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Long Term Care Choices

Just 37% of people think they will need long term care, but 69% of people actually will.

Click here for a senior care reality check.

Average Monthly Cost of Long Term Care Services in New York

Care TypeNew York Average CostNational Average Cost
Home Health Care
8 hours per week
$797$693
Adult Day Care
Weekdays only
$1,842$1,492
Assisted Living$4,100$3,600
Homemaker Services
44 hours per week
$4,004$3,721
Home Health Care
44 hours per week
$4,385$3,813
Nursing Home
Semi-Private - double occupancy room for one person
$10,980$6,692
Nursing Home
Private - single occupancy room for one person
$11,370$7,604
Data from Genworth Long Term Care Costs & Cost of Care in 2015
Genworth Long Term Care Costs & Cost of Care

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Senior Healthcare Quality

Compare the quality of healthcare in New York with the rest of the country by looking at these state-level quality rankings.

New York Long Term Care Scorecard Rankings

The 50 states plus Washington, D.C. are ranked on a scale of 1 to 51, where 1 is the highest quality, 51 the lowest.

Ranking DimensionNew York 2011 RankNew York 2014 Rank
Affordability & Access Rank

Consumers can easily find and afford the services they need and there is a safety net for those who cannot afford services.

#25#22
Choice of Setting & Provider

A person-centered approach to LTSS places high value on allowing consumers to exercise choice and control over where they receive services and who providers them.

#17#20
Quality of Life & Quality of Care Rank

Services maximize positive outcomes and consumers are treated with respect. Personal preferences are honored when possible.

#39#34
Support for Family Caregivers

Family caregivers' needs are assessed and addressed so that they can continue in their caregiving role without being overburdened.

#48#6
Effective Transitions Rank

LTSS are arranged to integrate effectively with health care and social services, minimizing disruptions such as hospitalizations, institutionalizations, and transitions between settings.

#N/A#45
Overall Rank

Rank considering all available data.

#41#41

Data from LongTermScorecard.org - A State Scorecard on Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Adults, People with Physical Disabilities, and Family Caregivers created by:

AARP, Inc.
The Commonwealth Fund
The SCAN Foundation

America's Health Rankings® for New York

The states are ranked on a scale of 1 to 50, where 1 is the highest ranking, 50 the lowest.

Determinant New York 2013 Rank New York 2015 Rank
Overall #25 #21
All Determinants #28 #16
Behaviors #22 #11
Smoking

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who smoke at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime and who currently smoke every day or some days

#11 #4
Chronic Drinking

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who consumed more than 60 drinks in the last 30 days for men and more than 30 drinks in the last 30 days for women

#20 #30
Obesity

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older estimated to be obese with a body mass index (BMI) of 30.0 or higher

#29 #16
Underweight

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with fair or better health status estimated to be underweight with a body mass index (BMI) of 18.5 or less

#33 #33
Physical Inactivity

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with fair or better health status who report doing no physical activity or exercise (such as running, calisthenics, golf, gardening or walking) other than their regular job in the last 30 days

#24 #24
Dental Visit

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report having visited a dental health professional within the last 12 months

#11 #22
Pain Management

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with arthritis who report arthritis or joint pain does not limit their usual activities

#36 #12
Education

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with a college degree

#18 #19
Community #39 #40
Community & Environment - Macro #43 #44
Poverty

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who live in households at or below 100% of the poverty threshold

#43 #46
Volunteerism

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report volunteering in the past 12 months

#43 #49
Nursing Home Quality

Percentage of certified nursing home beds rated 4- or 5-stars

#31 #28
Community & Environment - Micro #39 #30
Food Insecurity

Percentage of adults aged 60 and older who are marginally food insecure

#25 #34
Community Support

Total expenditures captured by the Administration on Aging divided by the number of adults aged 65 and older living in poverty

#10 #11
Policy #3 #1
Low-Care Nursing Home Residents

Percentage of nursing home residents who were low-care, according to the broad definition (no physical assistance required for late-loss activities of daily living)

#15 #15
Prescription Drug Coverage

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who have a creditable prescription drug plan

#14 #14
Geriatrician Shortfall

Estimated geriatrician shortfall as a percentage of the minimum required number

#3 #4
Clinical Care #39 #34
Dedicated Health Care Provider

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report having a personal doctor or health care provider

#10 #9
Flu Vaccine

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who received the flu vaccine in the last year

#30 #29
Health Screenings

Percentage of adults aged 65 to 74 who have had mammograms and/or fecal occult/colonoscopy/sigmoidoscopy screens within the recommended time period

#18 #13
Recommended Hospital Care

Percentage of hospitalized patients aged 65 and older who received the recommended care for heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, and surgical procedures

#43 #45
Diabetes Management

Percentage of Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 to 75 with diabetes receiving a blood lipids test

#2 #4
Home Health Care

Number of personal care and home health aides per 1,000 adults aged 75 or older

#4 #3
Preventable Hospitalizations

Number of discharges for ambulatory care-sensitive conditions per 1,000 Medicare beneficiaries

#30 #29
Hospital Readmissions

Percentage of patients aged 65 or older who were readmitted within 30 days of discharge

#44 #43
Hospice Care

Percentage of decedents aged 65 and older who were enrolled in hospice during the last 6 months of life after diagnosis of condition with high probability of death

#44 #48
Hospital Deaths

Percentage of decedents aged 65 and older who died in a hospital

#50 #50
All Outcomes #17 #23
ICU Use

Percentage of decedents aged 65 and older spending 7 or more days in the intensive care unit (ICU) or critical care unit (CCU) during the last 6 months of life

#28 #25
Falls

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report having had a fall within the last 12 months

#10 #28
Hip Fracture

Rate of hospitalization for hip fracture per 1,000 Medicare beneficiaries

#5 #4
Health Status

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report their health is very good or excellent

#38 #36
Able-bodied

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with no disability

#13 #12
Premature Death

Number of deaths per 100,000 adults aged 65 to 74 years

#10 #10
Teeth Extractions

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who have had all teeth removed due to tooth decay or gum disease

#15 #18
Poor Mental Health Days

Number of days in the previous 30 that adults aged 65 and older indicate that their mental health was not good

#23 #36
Multiple Chronic Conditions

Percentage of Medicare beneficiaries with 4 or more chronic conditions

#47 #48
Cognition

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report having a cognitive difficulty

#26 #26
Depression

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who were told by a health professional that they have a depressive disorder

#27 #9

America's Health Rankings® is the longest-running annual assessment of the nation's health on a state-by-state basis. For the past 25 years, America's Health Rankings® has provided a holistic view of the health of the nation. America's Health Rankings® is the result of a partnership between United Health Foundation, American Public Health Association, and Partnership for Prevention™.

Americas Health Rankings - United Health Foundation
United Health Foundation
ALPHA - American Public Health Association

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Senior Financial Overview

View our New York financial data below to learn about the income, wealth and costs incurred of those seniors living in the community.

The median household income for seniors in New York is $37,228 Source: Census.gov ACS

Annual Income for Senior Households

42% of senior households in New York earn less than $30,000 per year, while 16% earn more than $100K/year


Only those where the head of household is 65 or over are included. As an example, an elderly widow and her children's income would be counted if her children choose to live with her. However, if she chooses to live with her children, neither would be counted.

Also, keep in mind the distinction between household and individual income. A married couple over the age of 65 that is still working and earning $30,000 per year each would have a household income of $60,000.

The average Social Security income per household receiving the benefit in New York is $17,510 Source: Census.gov ACS
The average retirement income per household receiving it in New York is $25,196 Source: Census.gov ACS
16% of seniors in New York are employed. Source: Census.gov ACS

Employment Status

Males

Females

How Seniors Travel to/from Work

28% of New York seniors have a college degree. Source: Census.gov ACS

Highest Level of Education

Males

Females

75% of seniors living in New York speak English at home. Source: Census.gov ACS
10% of the seniors in New York are below the poverty level. Source: Census.gov ACS

Percentage of Seniors Below the Poverty Level

Male

Female

Percent of People 60 and Over Receiving Food Stamps

31% of senior homeowners in New York have a mortgage. Source: Census.gov ACS

Home Ownership Cost as a Percent of Income

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Helpful Contacts for Seniors

State Agency on Aging

Overview of Contacts

Area Agencies on Aging

Overview of Contacts

Aging and Disability Resource Centers

Overview of Contacts

Elder Abuse Prevention

  • Allegany County Office for the Aging

    6085 State Route 19 N
    Belmont, NY 14813
    Madeleine Gasdik
    (585) 268-9390
    ofa@alleganyco.com
    Website
    Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST
  • Broome County Office for Aging

    60 Hawley Street
    Binghamton, NY 13901
    Jamie Kelly
    607-778-2411
    ofa@co.broome.ny.us
    Website
    8:30am - 5:00pm Monday-Friday
  • Chemung County Department of Aging and Long Term Care

    425 Pennsylvannia Avenue
    Elmira, NY 14902
    Pamela M. Brown
    (607) 737-5520
    ofa@co.chemung.ny.us
    Website
    Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Eastern Time
  • Franklin County Office for the Aging

    125 Catherine Street (location address)
    Malone, NY 12953
  • Genesee County Office for the Aging

    2 Bank Street
    Batavia, NY 14020
    Ruth Spink
    (585) 343-1611
    ofa@co.genesee.ny.us
    Website
    Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Jefferson County Office for the Aging

    175 Arsenal Street, 2nd Floor
    Watertown, NY 13601
    Peter Fazio
    (315) 785-3191
    sheilak@co.jefferson.ny.us
    Website
    9:00 -5:00 Daily (8:30 -4:00 in July and August)
  • Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc.

    138 Dominic Bruno Blvd.
    Canastota, NY 13032
    Julie Harney
    (315) 697-5700
    information@ofamadco.org
    Website
    Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm To better serve you, please call ahead for an appointment if you plan to visit in person.
  • Nassau County Department of Human Services, Office for the Aging

    60 Charles Lindbergh Blvd.
    Uniondale, NY 11553
    Victoria Meyerhoefr
    (516) 227-8900
    sca@hhsnassaucountyny.us
    Website
    9:00 A.M - 4:45 P.M EST M-F
  • Oneida County Office for Aging & Continuing Care

    120 Airline Street, Suite 201
    Oriskany, NY 13424
    Mike Romano
    (315) 798-5456
    tstokes@ocgov.net
    Website
    8:30am - 4:30pm Winter 8:30am - 4:00pm Summer Monday-Friday
  • Schenectady County Senior & Long Term Care Services

    107 Nott Terrace
    Schenectady, NY 12308
    Laurie Bacheldor
    (518) 382-8481
    Laurie.Bacheldor@schenectadycounty.com
    Website
    8:30 am -4:30 pm Monday-Friday. Office closes at 4:00pm during July & August
  • Sullivan County Office for the Aging

    100 North Street
    Monticello, NY 12701
    Deborah Allen
    (845) 807-0241
    Website
    Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
  • Warren/Hamilton County Office for the Aging

    1340 State Route 9
    Lake George, NY 12845
    Christie Sabo
    (518) 761-6347
    saboc@co.warren.ny.us
    Website
    8:00am - 5:00pm Monday-Friday
  • Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services

    9 South 1st Avenue
    Mount Vernon, NY 10550
    Mae Carpenter- Commissioner
    (914) 813-6400
    Jsw1@westchestergov.com
    Website
    8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday
  • Tompkins County Department of Social Services

    320 West Martin Luther King, Jr. / State Street
    Ithaca, NY 14850
  • Department of Social Services

    14016 Route 31 West
    Albino, NY 14411
    (585) 589-3255
    Website
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Eastern Time, M-F July and August, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Onondaga County Adult Protective Services

    421 Montgomery Street
    Syracuse, NY 13202
    Website
    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM - Eastern Time, M-F
  • Washington County Department of Social Services

    383 Broadway
    Fort Edward, NY 12828
    Tammy Delorme, Commissioner
    (518) 746-2300
    Website
    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM - Eastern Time, M-F
  • Steuben County Office for the Aging

    3 East Pulteney Square
    Bath, NY 14810
    Patricia Baroody
    (607) 664-2298
    ofainfo@co.steuben.ny.us
    Website
    8:30am - 5:00pm M-F except holidays
  • Albany County Department of Social Services/NY Connects

    162 Washington Avenue
    Albany, NY 12210
    Erin Stachewicz
    (518) 447-7177
    erin.stachewicz@albanycounty.com
    Website
    8:30-4:30 Monday- Friday
  • New York Connects and Adult Services of Chemung County

    425 Pennsylvania Ave., 3rd Floor
    Elmira, NY 14904
    Rita Gould
    (607) 737-5487
    ofa@co.chemung.ny.us
    Website
    Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 4:30PM
  • Lewis County Dept. of Social Services/NY Connects

    5274 Outer Stowe Street
    Lowville, NY 13367
    Leah Schneider
    315-376-5400
    23A199@dfa.state.ny.us
    Website
    8:30 - 4:30 Monday - Friday
  • Rockland County Department of Social Services/NY Connects

    Robert L. Yeager Health Center
    Pomona, NY 10970
    Susan Emanuel
    (845) 364-3217
    Susan.Emanuel@dfa.state.ny.us
    Website
    8:00am - 5:00 pm, M - F
  • Allegany County Department of Social Services

    7 Court Street
    Belmont, NY 14813
  • Department of Social Services

    36-42 Main Street
    Binghamton, NY 13905
    607-778-8850
    Website
    Regular Hours of Operation (September - May): 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.- Monday through Friday Summer Hours of Operation (June - August): 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.- Monday through Friday
  • Cattaraugus County Dept. of Social Services

    1 Leo Moss Drive, Suite 600
    Olean, NY 14760
    Website
    8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Friday except on holidays
  • Protective Services for Adults (PSA) of Cayuga County

    County Office Building
    Auburn, NY 13021
    (315) 253-1451
    Website
    Mon-Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Adult Protection and Elder Abuse Prevention

    Dept. of Health & Human Services
    Mayville, NY 14757
  • Chenango County Department of Social Services

    5 Court Street and 14 West Park Place
    Norwich, NY 13815
    Website
    8:30AM - 5:00PM (Monday - Friday)
  • Clinton County Dept. of Social Services

    13 Durkee Street
    Plattsburgh, NY 12901
  • Columbia County Social Services

    25 Railroad Avenue
    Hudson, NY 12534
  • Cortland County Dept. of Social Services

    60 Central Avenue
    Cortland, NY 13045
  • Delaware County Dept. of Social Services

    111 Main Street
    Delhi, NY 13753
  • Dept. of Community & Family Services (DCFS)

    60 Market Street
    Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
    Website
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Erie County Dept. of Social Services/Adult Services

    95 Franklin Street
    Buffalo, NY 14202
  • Essex County Dept. of Social Services

    132 Water Street
    Elizabethtown, NY 12932
    Website
    8:00 am- 4:00 pm Monday - Friday
  • Franklin County Social Services

    355 West Main Street
    Malone, NY 12953
  • Genesee County Social Services

    5130 E. Main Street
    Batavia, NY 14020
  • Greene County Social Services/Protective Services for Adults

    411 Main Street
    Catskill, NY 12414
    dss@discovergreene.com
    Website
    8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Hamilton County Department of Social Services

    White Birch Lane
    Indian Lake, NY 12842
    Website
    8:00AM to 4:30PM
  • Herkimer County Social Services

    301 North Washington Street
    Herkimer, NY 13350
    Website
    Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm From Memorial Day to Labor Day (summer hours) Monday - Friday 8:30am to 4pm
  • Jefferson County Social Services

    250 Arsenal Street
    Watertown, NY 13601
    Website
    9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday *8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. July - August
  • Livingston County Department of Social Services

    1 Murray Hill Drive
    Mt. Morris, NY 14510
    585-243-7300
    Website
    Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Adult Protective Services

    Madison County Department of Social Services
    Wampsville, NY 13163
    Website
    9 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday
  • Monroe County Dept. of Human Services

    111 Westfall Rd.
    Rochester, NY 14620
  • Montgomery Co. Dept. of Social Services/Protective Services for Adults (PSA)

    County Office Building, 64 Broadway
    Fonda, NY 12068
  • HRA/Dept. of Social Services

  • Nassau County Department of Social Services

    60 Charles Lindbergh Blvd.
    Uniondale, NY 11553
    (516) 227-8519
    Website
    Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Niagara County Social Services/Protective Services for Adults

    Niagara Falls Office
    Niagara, NY 14303
    Website
    Walk-in Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. Telephone Hours: 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. 716-278-8621
  • Department of Social Services

    Oneida County Office Bldg.
    Utica, NY 13501
  • Adult Protective Services

    Ontario County Dept. of Social Services
    Canandaigua, NY 14424
  • Department of Social Services/Adult Protective Services

    11 Quarry Road
    Goshen, NY 10924
  • Oswego County Dept. of Social Services/Protective Services for Adults (PSA)

    100 Spring Street
    Mexico, NY 13114
    (315) 963-5000
    Website
    Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Otsego County Dept. of Social Services

    197 Main Street
    Cooperstown, NY 13326
  • Putnam County Department of Social Services

    110 Old Route 6
    Carmel, NY 10512
  • Department of Social Services/Protective Services For Adults (PSA)

    1801 6th Avenue
    Troy, NY 12180
  • St. Lawrence County Dept. of Social Services/Adult Protective Services

    6 Judson Street
    Canton, NY 13617
  • Saratoga County Social Services/Adult Protective Services

    152 West High Street
    Ballston Spa, NY 12020
    (518) 884-4140
    Website
    Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm- after hours emergencies through Saratoga County Sheriff at 885-6761
  • Schenectady County Social Services/Protective Services for Adults

    797 Broadway
    Schenectady, NY 12305
    518-388-4470
    Website
    8:30AM to 4:30PM Monday through Friday, except holidays. For evenings (after 4:30 PM) and weekends call Emergency Services at (518) 382-0383
  • Schoharie County Social Services

    P.O. Box 687
    Schoharie, NY 12157
    Website
    8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Department of Social Services/Adult Protective Services

    323 Owego St.
    Montour Falls, NY 14865
    (607) 535-8303
    Website
    Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Seneca County Adult Protective Services

    Seneca County Office Building
    Waterloo, NY 13165
    (315) 539-1870
    Website
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Steuben County Social Services/Adult Protective & Preventive Services

    3 East Pulteney Square
    Bath, NY 14810
  • Dept. of Social Services/Adult Protective Services

  • Protective Services for Adults (PSA)

    100 North Street
    Monticello, NY 12701
  • Tioga County Social Services

    1062 State Route 38
    Owego, NY 13827
    607-687-8300
    Website
    8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday
  • Ulster County Department of Social Services

    1091 Development Court
    Kingston, NY 12401
  • Warren County Social Services

    1340 State Rt. 9
    Lake George, NY 12845
  • Wayne County Social Services Department

    77 Water St.
    Lyons, NY 14489
  • Protective Services for Adults (PSA)

    Department of Social Services Central Office
    White Plains, NY 10601
    Website
    8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays. Evenings (after 4:30 PM), weekends and holidays, call Emergency Services at (914) 995-2099
  • Wyoming County Department of Social Services

    P.O. Box 231
    Warsaw, NY 14569
    (585) 786-8900
    Website
    8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Vera House, Inc.

    6181 Thompson Road
    Syracuse, NY 13206

Overview of Contacts

Information and Assistance

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Long-term Care Ombudsman

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Health Insurance Counseling

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American Indian Tribes and Tribal Organizations

  • Oneida Indian Nation of New York

    5000 Skenondoa Way
    Oneida, NY 13421
    Jane Rooney Title VI Director
    315/829-8133
    Website
    Monday & Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Office for the Aging

    29 Business Park Rd
    Akwesasne, NY 13655
    Lora Lee La France
    518-358-2963
    public.information@srmt-nsn.gov
    Website
    8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday

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Sources

Census.gov - Data from the 2010 United States Census. The Census counts every resident in the U.S. and is conducted once every 10 years.

Census.gov ACS - Data from the the 2009-2013 American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS is conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau every year. Because every resident is not surveyed each year, data from a 5 year period is used to improve accuracy.