Senior Outreach Network

Senior Outreach Network

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Senior Outreach Update

Senior Services

Sea Cliff has extensive services for our Senior Citizen population. In fact we strive to be a model community supporting independent living and aging in place. To this end the Village has a Plan that outlines our focus, defines our goals and drives our services. We provide support in the following areas: housing, health and wellness, transportation, information and referrals, safety, and recreation and life-long learning.

The Village has multiple offices, organizations and volunteers that coordinate to build this system of support. We consider our system to be akin to a senior center without walls. This website will outline available services in our Village.

For more information
  • Call: Tracy Arnold Warzer, Sea Cliff Senior Citizen’s Program Development Specialist at Village Hall (516) 671-0080, or email:
  • Email Link: Tracy Arnold Warzer
  • Office Hours: Fridays, 10am-4pm, or by appointment, and on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Mutual Concerns Senior Lunch Program.
Sea Cliff Senior Outreach Network

The mission of the Senior Outreach network is to support an age-friendly community through volunteer and inter-departmental collaboration with a commitment to promote successful, healthy aging and inspired community life. Senior Outreach serves as an information portal and referral base.  Seniors and/or their family members may call to seek information or referrals for a range of resources. 

The Village of Sea Cliff seeks to ensure that seniors have access to essential services and resources that will assist them in meeting their individual needs and enhance their quality of life. Referrals can be made to appropriate agencies that assist seniors with the complexities of discharge planning and the many challenges of independent living, as well as entitlement eligibility and applications for: Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, SNAP (food stamps), HEAP and Medicare Extra Help. Every fall there is a special information session regarding Medicare Open Enrollment provided by the Health Insurance Information and Counseling Program (HIICAP). The office also informs seniors of the wide variety of senior programs offered by the Village, its surrounding communities, and the County.

The Senior Action Committee

Senior Action is a volunteer group appointed by the Village.  The Committee provides many services including: Wednesday grocery bus service, medical transportation, Village Bus escorts, handyman services and friendly phone calls.

  • For handyman service, friendly phone calls and general inquiries or for volunteer opportunities, call Tina Marchese, President at 516-850-6033.
  • For Wednesday grocery bus, door to door service, call Village Hall at (516) 671-0080
  • For local Medical Transportation, call Laura Parker at: 516-526-0552.

Join the Senior Action Committee at their annual Spring Picnic in June and look for new local excursion opportunities to come.

Mutual Concerns Senior Lunch Program

Mutual Concerns is a local not-for-profit organization that provides lunch to seniors on Tuesdays at St Luke’s Parish Hall, 253 Glen Avenue. The program starts at 11:15 with optional chair yoga.  After lunch there are games, such as BINGO. This is a wonderful chance to socialize with friends and community members.  A hot home-made lunch is served for the small fee of $3.00.  Delivery service is available for housebound seniors.  Bus transportation is also available.

  • For Bus service, call Village Hall at (516) 671-0080
  • For general information about Mutual Concerns, including meal delivery or food pantry inquiries, contact Peggie Como, President: 516-675-7239.
The Glen Cove Senior Center serves our Village.

Located at 130 Glen Street in Glen Cove, the Senior Center provides an array of vibrant social and educational programs while advocating for housing, health, financial and social issues that foster independence, dignity and peace of mind for our seniors. They provide entitlement information, referrals, short-term counseling and case management.  Door to door transportation is available and a hot and cold meal is served each weekday. Their programs embrace lifelong learning and wellness.  A social worker is also on staff and there is a daily Adult Day Care program for seniors with special needs.  For information, call: 516-759-9610.