navigate the vaccine process.
in high-risk communities.
to a vaccine site.
to get vaccinated.
Selfhelp Client Support Services
If you, or someone you know, is a Holocaust survivor and needs help accessing the vaccine, please call a Selfhelp site in your borough for assistance.
Manhattan/Washington Heights residents
For seniors ages 65+ who are not survivors, please contact Selfhelp Population Health at 212.947.8701 for more information.
Boro Park Jewish Community Council
Help for Holocaust Survivors.
If you are a Holocaust survivor, or helping a Holocaust survivor try secure a vaccine appointment, please visit and complete the Boro Park Jewish Community Council Covid-19 registration intake form here.
Already have an appointment and need transportation? Please call 718.972.6600 ext. 4602.
Hebrew Educational Society
H.E.S. is available to help seniors with what they need to secure vaccinations, including making appointments and helping arrange transportation.
For more information, please email Ariella Feldman, associate executive director, or call 718.241.3000 ext. 123.
Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island
JCCGCI is pleased to support local community through the Test and Trace program.
Staff is available to answer phone inquiries from local community members about general information about the Covid-19 vaccine. Transportation is available to and from vaccine appointments for seniors in the community.
Find more information here, email Elisabeth Kostin or call 718.449.5000 x 2341.
Kings Bay Y
If you’re a low-income immigrant senior and live in Sheepshead Bay, Gerritsen Beach, Marine Park, Midwood, Homecrest, Manhattan Beach, Mill Basin, or the Bergen Beach areas, the Kings Bay Y is here to help you schedule an appointment to get vaccinated. Transportation is also available for seniors who require special accommodations. All services are free of charge.
Contact Stella Alshanskaya for more information.
Sephardic Community Center
If you are a senior and live in one of the following zip codes — 11223, 11229, 11230, 11235, or 11234 — the Sephardic Community Center staff is available to help obtain appointments for the vaccine and arrange transportation.
For more information, visit the Sephardic Community Center website, email or call Ashley Rosen 718.954.3128 or Sabrina Maleh 718.954.3164.
If you’re looking for information about the Covid-19 vaccine and would prefer to speak with someone in Russian, the Shorefront Y is available to help. Our volunteers and staff are ready to provide up-to-date vaccine information and assist Russian-speakers with securing appointments.
For more information, please visit our website, or contact Larisa Golender or call 347.689.1844.
Mid-Island Y JCC
For residents 60+ living in Plainview, Old Bethpage, and Syosset, let us add you to an email list to receive updates when vaccination opportunities become available. There is also limited assistance with scheduling of appointments available. For more information, please email Alana Rosenstein or call 516.822.3535, x385.
Sid Jacobson JCC
Need help scheduling vaccine appointments and live in Nassau County or eastern Queens? Teen volunteers are ready to help seniors struggling to schedule vaccine appointments.
For more information, contact Susan Berman, or call 516.484.1545 ext. 202 or Lisa Rosenkrantz or 516.484.1545 ext. 147.
Suffolk Y JCC
If you're 60+ and live in our designated NNORC (Neighborhood Naturally Occurring Retirement Community) in the Greenlawn-Huntington area, we can help you access information, receive updates on vaccines through the NYS COVID Vaccine site and even help with scheduling vaccine appointments. For more information, please email Stephanie Laureano or call 631.462.9800 x116.
Commonpoint is offering many ways to navigate the NYC vaccine scheduling and screening process for all eligible community members.
If you have questions, there are virtual sessions that demonstrate how to navigate vaccine scheduling sites.
Need assistance with all aspects of the appointment? From creating an online account to providing roundtrip transportation to even accompanying seniors door-to-door, volunteers are available to help. Commonpoint can even help if you don’t have email or the proper technology for the online process.
For more information, please visit their general website or contact Isaac Adlerstein. For vaccine appointment assistance, visit this website.
Westchester Jewish Council
Westchester Jewish Council is working with the Westchester local government, Westchester member organizations, and partners outside the Jewish community to help convene, coordinate, educate, and promote the Covid resources available to the greater Jewish community.
Anyone can receive services. For more information, please visit this website, email Pam Goldstein, or call Pam at 914.328.7001 ext. 102.