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Community Centers

Visit a VNS Health community center near you for a class, a health screening, or information about our programs and services. At VNS Health, we’re more than your health care team. We’re your neighbors.

Now in Chinatown and Sunset Park, coming soon to Flushing.

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Visit a VNS Health Community Center

VNS Health has a strong presence in New York City’s Chinatown and Sunset Park neighborhoods. Our community centers offer health- and wellness-focused programs and services. Anyone can attend an event, talk with our team, or take advantage of the social services we provide. You do not have to be a member of one of our health plans. There’s no cost to visit our centers.

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Get Care Information

Stop by a center to get information to help you or your aging loved ones live safely and independently at home. Dedicated team members work with you — at no cost — to see how you might qualify for or learn about VNS Health programs or services, including:

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Attend Free Community Events

At VNS Health community centers, you can connect with your neighbors, build relationships, participate in wellness activities, and attend events or workshops about topics that matter to you.

View our Community Calendar to find an event near you.

Visit One of Our Locations

Our community centers are open from 9 am to 5 pm seven days a week.

  • Chinatown, Manhattan*


    7 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
    Phone: 1-212-619-3072
    Fax: 1-212-619-3076

  • Sunset Park, Brooklyn


    5521 8th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11220
    Phone: 1-718-477-4733
    Fax: 1-718-477-4736

  • Coming Soon: Flushing, Queens


    136-52 39th Avenue, Flushing, NY 11354
    Phone: 1-718-321-7695
    Fax: 1-718-321-7696

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*Our community center in Chinatown is also home to the VNS Health Chinatown NNORC (Neighborhood Naturally Occurring Retirement Community). The Chinatown NNORC helps people who are 60 years or older and live in a 24-block area of Chinatown.