Heights and Hills
2019 Poker Open
On Wednesday, March 6 from 6-10 pm, over 40 people gathered at Hank’s Saloon @ Hill Country Food Park for a night of poker playing, in support of Brooklyn’s oldest neighbors. Thank you for coming out to support Heights and Hills and big thanks to board member Brian Eccelsine for his underwriting support! Click here to see photos and here to make a contribution
Volunteer to be a
It takes only an hour or two a week to give an older neighbor the gift of friendship.
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Park Slope Center
for Successful Aging
This newly-renovated community center features a hot tasty weekday lunch plus programs and services that enhance health and encourage social interaction.
Details here >>
Caregiving can be challenging. We offer free individual counseling, support groups and workshops for those caring for loved ones 60 and better.
Find out more about our Support Groups and Workshops >>
New York Times Profiles
Heights and Hills Client
Read about 79-year-old Alice Brunn – one of the many older Brooklynites our case managers help stay healthy and age successfully In their own homes – as profiled in The New York Times.
Innovative Cornerstone Award Honors Heights and Hills
Judy Willig, Executive Director, accepts the first Innovative Cornerstone Award given to a nonprofit organization from Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.