In New York City, approximately 4,000 New Yorkers are seriously injured and more than 250 are killed each year in traffic accidents. The Vision Zero Action Plan is the City’s framework for ending traffic deaths and injuries on the streets.
Tuesday, June 24th, Sen. Krueger will be hosting a Vision Zero Town Hall Presentation and Discussion on improving street safety in our community, along with Councilmembers Dan Garodnick and Ben Kallos and the New York City Department of Transportation. Additional participants will include the Office of the Mayor, the NYPD, local community boards, and Transportation Alternatives.
Join us to learn more about the plan, share your ideas about how to improve street safety, and help us identify dangerous locations in our neighborhoods.
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House is holding a Health Insurance Enrollment Day on Thursday, February 6!
Meet one-on-one with an application counselor to determine your eligibility for Medicaid, Child Health Plus or financial subsidies. Enroll in health insurance through the online marketplace -- NewYorkStateofHealth.ny.gov
Join us for a forum on what the new federal health care law means for New Yorkers. Starting January 1, 2014, New York will run a health plan marketplace, called New York State of Health. Individuals, families, and small business owners will be able to enroll in new, affordable health insurance plans through the marketplace. This system will bring a tremendous number of uninsured New Yorkers onto the insurance rolls.
Find out if you're eligible, how and when to apply, what benefits and plan options are available, details on financial aid to help pay qualified New Yorkers' insurance premiums, and details on tax credits for small businesses. Counselors will be on site to make an appointment to help you enroll.
New York’s marijuana possession law remains broken as tens of thousands of mostly Black and Latino youth are arrested for marijuana possession each year. Given this changing landscape, we will discuss what's happening with marijuana reform policy in New York, and get perspectives on what should happen next.
Join Senator Krueger and our distinguished panel as we discuss the importance of our broken campaign finance system, the effort to reform it that's underway, and the practical effects this issue has on the lives of everyday New Yorkers and our community as a whole.
The fourth breakfast in Senator Krueger's Roundtable Series for Boomers and Seniors this year will feature speakers on "The Graying of the American Workforce," the issues surrounding increased longevity, delayed retirement and longer careers, and the ways these phenomena are changing the modern workplace and creating new challenges.
The third breakfast in Senator Krueger's Roundtable Series for Boomers and Seniors this year will feature speakers on "What to Do With All That Stuff," the issues surrounding home clutter and hoarding prevention for the elderly, as part of this year's Roundtable Series focus on "The Challenges of Longevity."
Members of the community are invited to attend an MTA public workshop regarding the construction of the Second Avenue Subway, to maintain an open dialogue between the MTA and the community at large. MTA employees and contractors will attend the workshop to facilitate discussion and answer questions. Read the invitation below for more details, and sign up at http://www.mta.info/sas to RSVP.
Members of the community are invited to Sen. Liz Krueger's 6th Annual Senior Resource Fair! Over 50 exhibitors will provide information for older adults at Temple Emanu-El. Admission is free, and refreshments and free Senior Resource Guides will be provided.
Sen. Liz Krueger is hosting a roundtable discussion on economic issues facing women in New York. This roundtable discussion will be held on Tuesday, May 15th, at 12:30 pm in the Capitol, Room 305.
Experts who have been working on solutions to these issues have been invited to share insights and discuss how to achieve the goals of equal pay for equal work and increased economic opportunities for women in New York State.
There is a war on women raging across the country. Presidential candidates are speaking out in opposition to basic contraception. Anti-woman legislators around the country are trying to put more and more barriers between women and their reproductive rights. Wisconsin's governor just pushed through a repeal of his state's Equal Pay Enforcement Act. Even here in New York, we are having difficulty pushing a pro-woman agenda forward.
Join us and find out how to fight back from an array of featured speakers.
As the economy slowly recovers, many New Yorkers are still struggling with unemployment. Learn more about unemployment insurance and other benefits at Senator Liz Krueger and Lenox Hill Neighborhood House's Unemployment Insurance Forum.
Join us for Part V of our Five-Part Series for Boomers and Seniors, "Who Will Care for Me? Redefining Aging and How We Care for our Elders." Presenters will include: Alice Fisher, Community Outreach Director for the Office of State Senator Liz Krueger; and Frederic Riccardi, Director of Programs and Outreach for the Medicare Rights Center. A light breakfast will be served.
RSVP is required -- for further information or to RSVP, email Dore Mann, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 490-9535.
Whether you are planning for your retirement or already receiving senior benefits and entitlement, this will be an important conversation. For those of you who are not yet retired, you will learn what kind of government income and benefits you can look forward to receiving. And, for those of you who are already retired, you will be able to find out if you are receiving everything to which you are entitled.
Presenters:Joint Public Affairs Committee for Older Adults (JPAC) &The Medicare Rights Center