Ulster County Office for the Aging

The mission of the Ulster County Office for the Aging is to assist older New Yorkers to be as independent as possible for as long as possible through advocacy, development and delivery of person-centered, consumer-oriented, and cost-effective policies, programs, and services which support and empower the elderly and their families, in partnership with the network of public and private organizations which serve them. Programs include case management, financial counseling and tax preparation, health screenings, home care, home heating/weatherization assistance, legal services, medical insurance and medicare counseling, senior safety cell phones, nutrition programs, caregiver programs, subsidized adult day programs, home delivered meals and senior dining programs, senior identification cards, and transportation services.


Kingston Office
1003 Development Court
Kingston NY 12401
(845) 340-3456 or 1-877-914-3456


Jewish family services of Ulster County

Jewish Family Services of Ulster County serves the needs of people of all faiths by providing in-home and community-based services for seniors and their caregivers, including care management, health and wellness programs, and mental health services.
(845) 338-2980



Saugerties Senior Citizens Center

Daily panned activities are offered Monday through Friday, including Bridge, Line-Dancing, Cards, Exercies, Bingo, Yoga, and Mahjongg. Additionally, congregrate meals and home delivered meals may be accessed by calling (845) 336-7112.

Frank D. Greco Multi-Purpose Building
Corner of Market Street & Robinson Street
207 Market Street
Saugerties NY 12477
(845) 246-9987 or (845) 246-8195


Hudson Valley lgbtq community center

Sage Hudson Valley

SAGE is a national network providing advocacy and services for LGBTQ elders. SAGE Hudson Valley hosts and cosponsors events on a regular basis, including SAGE Table: An Intergenerational Meal, social outings, opportunities for political activism, and health and wellness programming.

For more information about the Hudson Valley chapter of SAGE, please contact Farrell Brenner at f.brenner@lgbtqcenter.org or call 845-331-5300


SAGE Table is an intergenerational meal co-sponsored by SAGE Hudson Valley. LGBTQ elders and young people gather for good food and conversation. To find out when the next SAGE Table is, email Farrell at f.brenner@lgbtqcenter.org or call 845-331-5300


The Alzheimer’s Association gives presentations for elders on topics such as brain health, caregiving, and other relevant issues. Call 845-331-5300 for more information about the next Lunch and Learn.


With support from volunteer attorneys, provides low-income seniors with free legal services for life planning. These vital documents allow seniors to express their wishes in advance:


Healthcare proxies and Living Wills
Powers of attorney
Appointment of Agent to Control Disposition of Remains

In addition, we hold community presentations and bimonthly clinics at senior centers throughout the Hudson Valley region. These clinics and forums are a source of valuable information in areas of law that are important to senior citizens.


300 Wall St

Kingston NY 12401

(845) 331-5300
(888) 857-5428


Woodstock Senior Recreation Committee


With the support of the town board, the Committee offers regular arts and exercise classes to Woodstock residents 55 and older. Activities include Fit Dance, Drama, Art, Strength & Balance, Tai Chi/Qi Gong, Kripalu Yoga, Writing, Fit After Fifty, Duplicate Bridge, and Basic Pilates.A $1 minimum contribution per class is required.

Mescal Hornbeck Community Center
Rock City Road
Woodstock NY 12498
(845) 679-7418


Alzheimer’s Association of the Hudson Valley

Care consultation, respite grants, caregiver support groups, educational programs and special events are offered through this organization, serving Ulster, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Westchester counties.

Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week


Free Medication Use Safety Training for Seniors

This presentation covers risks and benefits of medication therapy, over-the-counter medicines, prescriptions, herbal and dietary supplements, drug interactions, common medicine use problems, medicine safety, abuse prevention, and medication disposal. A free medication tracking booklet is provided to all participants.

Ulster Prevention Council
(845) 458-7406


Free Senior Exercise Class

Hosted by Woodstock Physical Therapy Center and taught by a licensed physical therapist, this class meets on Monday mornings at 9:00am.

2568 Route 212
Woodstock NY 12498
(845) 679-9767


Meals On Wheels

Hot, nutritious, home delivered meals. You must be 60 years of age or over, home-bound, and a resident of Ulster County unable to prepare your own meals or have anyone in the home to prepare meals. Anyone may make a referral or request by calling Office for the Aging.

Ulster County Office for the Aging
1003 Development court, Kingston NY 12401
phone: (845) 334-5125

Meals on Wheels Woodstock
phone: (845) 679-4656

Senior Dining Sites

Office for the Aging operates four Senior Dining Sites throughout the county, which offer nutritious, hot meals every weekdays from 11 a.m. until noon. They also provide an opportunity to socialize with others who have similar interests. Please call the site between 10 a.m. and noon the day before you plan to attend in order to be sure there are enough meals for everyone.

Trudy Resnick Farber Building
50 Center St.
Ellenville NY
(845) 647-1605  (M-F)

 Kingston Mid-town Neighborhood Center
467 Broadway
Kingston NY
(845) 339-4934 (M, W, F)

Rosendale Recreation Center
Route 32
Rosendale NY
(845) 658-8110  (M-F)

Saugerties Senior Center
Robinson St.
Saugerties NY  (845) 246-9987  (M-F)

New Paltz Community Center 
Rt. 32. New Paltz, NY  (845) 255-3631  (Thursdays)

 Reservoir United Methodist Church
Rt. 28, Ashokan, NY  (845) 657-8207 ( 2 & 4 Tuesday)

 Town of Ulster Senior Citizens Center
1 Town Hall Drive, Lake Katrine, NY  (845) 389-0015 (1 & 3 Tuesdays)


NY Connects

This community resource provides free information and assistance on long term care. This may include home delivered meals, transportation, respite care, home care, counseling and support, insurance information and counseling, residential housing options, supports, and more. NY Connects is endorsed by the NYS Office for the Aging in collaboration with the NYS Department of Health.