The Neighborhood Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NNORC) is a free program that offers social and health related programs and services, activities, and more, to people aged 60 and over who live in the service area near the JCH.
Services include assistance with benefits and advocacy; home visits by registered nurses and social workers; long-term care planning; friendly phone calls; blood pressure checks; assistance in transitioning residents back home from hospitals and rehab facilities; housekeeping, personal care, homebound haircuts, minor home repairs, more.
NNORC activities include health education and wellness workshops, educational and recreational programs, reminiscing club, brain fitness in English and Russian, intergenerational class, trips, volunteer opportunities and advisory committee meetings.
The NNORC is funded by the New York State Office for the Aging, NY City Council, and UJA Federation of NY. It operates in partnership with the Center for Community Leadership at Jewish Community Relations Council-NY and Metropolitan Jewish Health System.