Description & History

The United Hindu Cultural Council (UHCC) Senior Center was founded in the living room of its Founder, Chan Jamoona, and has grown tremendously in the past ten years, to over 1,000 registered seniors. Its current location is in South Ozone Park.

The UHCC is a non-profit organization that strives to meet the various socio-economic needs of the growing immigrant populations, including those of the Caribbean and South Asian descent from such communities as Richmond Hill, South Ozone Park, Woodhaven, Hollis, Jamaica, St. Albans, and every borough of New York City.

The UHCC is committed to promoting unity among all religious institutions, community-based organizations, and businesses in Queens, and it has been involved in organizing a number of health related, social, and cultural events that have been well received by the community.

Accomplishments Because our seniors? health is very vulnerable, we have established a holistic approach to address the issues of the body, mind, and soul.

Our activities are heavily biased towards wellness programs and include the following: (1)Walking Club (2) Cancer Prevention Education (3) Blood Sugar and Cholesterol screening (4) Yoga, Meditation, and Relaxation with Stress Management. (5) Music, Singing, and Dancing. (6) Poetry, Hindi, Voter Registration, and other activities. (7) Crime Prevention and Safety (8) The only city-funded vegetarian program in NYC.

All of our activities and programs are free of charge.

About the organization

United Hindu Cultural Council Senior Center

Contact:
Vidya Jamoona
Special Projects Manager
(347) 806-5804
Chan Jamoona
Founder
(646) 302-7715
Seupersad Bhagirathee
Executive Director
(718) 323-8900