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Watch this space next month to learn how SPOP is observing Mental Health Awareness Month!
We are testing and doing our bit to keep the workplace safe for staff and clients!
Please join us in observing Earth Day and working to support a healthy planet
Service Program for Older People (SPOP) provides community-based behavioral healthcare for adults 55 and older in New York City
SPOP provides community-based behavioral healthcare for adults 55 and older in New York City.

Service Program for Older People (SPOP) provides comprehensive behavioral healthcare for adults age SPOP was one of the first agencies in the U.S.

The mission of Service Program for Older People (SPOP) is to enhance the quality of life of older adults and to foster their independent living through the delivery of comprehensive mental health and supportive services, advocacy and education. dedicated to meeting the comprehensive behavioral health needs of older adults living in the community. Launched in 1972 as part of Selfhelp Community Serv

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11/15/2022

SPOP works with agencies throughout NYC to address hunger and homelessness among older adults.

11/14/2022

SPOP is hiring LMSW and LCSW social workers to provide individual and group therapy for adults age 55 and older. Position requires on-site sessions at offices in Manhattan and telehealth sessions. Excellent compensation package and supportive workplace environment. Visit our website to learn more www.spop.org.

10/26/2022

Early voting starts October 29!

Early voting starts THIS weekend, NYC!

Voters have nine days to cast their ballots ahead of Election Day, making it a convenient way to at the polls. Learn more about the general election here: nycvotes.org

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SPOP is excited about working with NYC Department for the Aging to expand access to behavioral healthcare for older New Yorkers

Going through the COVID-19 pandemic caused many older adults to feel stress and anxiety. That is why we partnered with older adult centers in to provide mental health counseling to support their emotional and social wellbeing.

We are proud that through funding by the Mayor's Office of Community Mental Health, the number of older adult centers that will have this program has grown in communities that were hardest hit by the pandemic.

If you or someone you know may be in need of this service, feel free to call Aging Connect at 212-Aging-NYC (212-244-6469).

Fall Open Enrollment Presentation - CM Gale Brewer 10/18/2022

Fall Open Enrollment Presentation - CM Gale Brewer

Thank you Council Member Gale A. Brewer for sharing information about Medicare Open Enrollment!

Fall Open Enrollment Presentation - CM Gale Brewer This is "Fall Open Enrollment Presentation - CM Gale Brewer" by Medicare Rights Center on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love…

Behavioral Health News Fall 2022 Issue 10/13/2022

Behavioral Health News Fall 2022 Issue

Check out this great article by Nancy Harvey in the current edition of Behavioral Health News!

Behavioral Health News Fall 2022 Issue "The Behavioral Health System: Challenges Past, Present, and Future"

10/12/2022

Thank you Council Member Gale A. Brewer for hosting the Mammogram Bus on October 27. Please call 877-628-9090 for more information.

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SPOP celebrates LGBTQ+ History Month! +

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SPOP encourages older adults to receive regular mental health screenings.

10/04/2022

Join SPOP in marking Mental Health Awareness week ... working to provide direct service, advocacy, and training at the intersection of aging and mental health.

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Please join us in observing National Psychotherapy Day!

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We are working together with NYC Department for the Aging to keep older New Yorkers healthy!

Today starts Falls Prevention Awareness Week and community partners are showing residents how to stay safe across . Some tips are

🕺Exercise to improve your strength and balance
🛁Use rubber, nonslip bathmats
👟Wear shoes that are easy to walk in

To get more tips sign up for an in-person or online seminar taking place this week: https://on.nyc.gov/3S27K2P

Governor Hochul Announces Statewide Initiatives to Raise Awareness During Su***de Prevention Month 09/15/2022

Governor Hochul Announces Statewide Initiatives to Raise Awareness During Su***de Prevention Month

Thank you Governor Kathy Hochul for launching a public service campaign to raise awareness of su***de prevention efforts and mental health resources available to all New Yorkers.

Governor Hochul Announces Statewide Initiatives to Raise Awareness During Su***de Prevention Month Governor Hochul announced a new digital public service campaign and other statewide initiatives to raise awareness of su***de prevention efforts and the mental health resources available to all New Yorkers.

New York City isn’t ready for its aging population 09/15/2022

New York City isn’t ready for its aging population

Thank you New York City Council Member Crystal Hudson for your work on behalf of older New Yorkers. Let's work together to protect affordable housing for older adults.

New York City isn’t ready for its aging population Our city’s affordability crisis knows no bounds. Its effects are not only unquestionably tangible today but also a harbinger of crises to come.

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09/14/2022

Thank you SAGE for this reminder to register to vote!

Do you know the voter registration deadline in your state? Find all the resources you need to be ready for the election at weall.vote/sage.

09/12/2022
09/06/2022

What a great experience to present this training through LiveOn NY!

Thank you Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP) for presenting at this week's Emotional Wellness Series on Loss & Bereavement.

Missed this week's training? Register for our upcoming event on September 8th at 10:30am on "The Challenges of Re-Entry" that will explore how mental health & direct care providers are navigating the new normal. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3wzbS1Y

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NYC Department for the Aging provides a full range of supports for older adults and caregivers. Thank you!

There are many older adults in who are primary guardians of loved ones, and we can provide resources to help them.

If you are in need of support, or know someone who is, tell them about our Grandparents Resource Center. https://on.nyc.gov/3bZ9KJV

08/31/2022

Substance use disorders impact the lives of millions of Americans. But prevention matters, treatment works, and recovery is possible. We mourn the loved ones lost to overdose and recommit ourselves to .

Photos from VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired's post 08/23/2022

Thank you Visions Services for The Blind & Visually Impaired for enriching the lives of older New Yorkers!

Photos from NYC Department for the Aging's post 08/23/2022

So great to see our program partners NYC Department for the Aging and Encore Community Services throwing a great event for older New Yorkers!

Emotional Wellness Series: Loss and Bereavement — LiveOn NY 08/22/2022

Emotional Wellness Series: Loss and Bereavement — LiveOn NY

So excited to partner with LiveOn NY on this training!

Emotional Wellness Series: Loss and Bereavement — LiveOn NY Speaker: Carola Chase, LCSW, Senior Vice President for Group Services | Service Program for Older People (SPOP) Description: This course helps familiarize participants with issues facing older adults experiencing loss; understand the complexities of grieving processes; and explore caring fo

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07/18/2022

The National Hotline for Mental Health Crises and Su***de Prevention is now operational. A great resource to connect individuations throughout the country to resources and services in their communities.

Columbia Community Service Grants $400,000 to 61 Organizations in Harlem & Morningside Heights | Columbia Community Service - 75 Years of Giving in Harlem and Morningside Heights 07/13/2022

Columbia Community Service Grants $400,000 to 61 Organizations in Harlem & Morningside Heights | Columbia Community Service - 75 Years of Giving in Harlem and Morningside Heights

A shout out to Columbia Community Service for their great work supporting nonprofit organizations in Harlem and Morningside Heights. Thank you!!!

Columbia Community Service Grants $400,000 to 61 Organizations in Harlem & Morningside Heights | Columbia Community Service - 75 Years of Giving in Harlem and Morningside Heights Annual Appeal Columbia Community Service Grants $400,000 to 61 Organizations in Harlem & Morningside Heights July 12, 2022 In its milestone 75th year, the Columbia Community Service Annual Appeal raised more than $400,000 from hundreds of Columbia, Barnard, and Teachers College faculty, staff, and r...

Emotional Wellness Series: Loss and Bereavement — LiveOn NY 07/13/2022

Emotional Wellness Series: Loss and Bereavement — LiveOn NY

SPOP is now providing training through LiveOn NY. Click below to register for the upcoming training on Loss and Bereavement led by Carola Chase, LCSW.

Emotional Wellness Series: Loss and Bereavement — LiveOn NY Speaker: Carola Chase, LCSW, Senior Vice President for Group Services | Service Program for Older People (SPOP) Description: This course helps familiarize participants with issues facing older adults experiencing loss; understand the complexities of grieving processes; and explore caring fo

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supports the national endeavor for licensed counselors to practice across state lines. Join us!

The dream of many licensed professional counselors to practice across state lines continues on as North Carolina becomes the sixteenth state to sign the Counseling Compact into law!

More info: https://bit.ly/3IrvU36

07/07/2022

All of the staff at SPOP strives to ensure its clients that we value creating a deep connection that goes beyond each counseling session.

You should take 1 mental health day per month, psychologist says—here are 4 great ways to use them 07/01/2022

You should take 1 mental health day per month, psychologist says—here are 4 great ways to use them

Reminder to give yourself time to recharge and rest when you need it. With current times, it is especially important to take care of yourself, be patient with yourself, and be patient with others

You should take 1 mental health day per month, psychologist says—here are 4 great ways to use them With stress and inflation rising across America, you may want to postpone that mental health day. But experts say self-care doesn't have to be expensive.

06/29/2022

SPOP's comprehensive behavioral healthcare for older New Yorkers allows them to create and strengthen relationships with those that matter most.

06/27/2022

SPOP is dedicated to supporting the mental health of adults age 55 and older.

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