Don Bosco Community Center 22 Don Bosco Pl, Port Chester, NY10573 The Don Bosco Community Center offers a variety of educational and recreational activities to members of the community.…More It also offers support programs for children and adults. It features a gym and meeting rooms, which are available to the community to host events. Please visit the website for information on specific programs and upcoming events.
The center serves as a community hub and offers a range of services for kids, teens and adults, with a special emphasis on serving the village's underprivileged children.
The Carver Center offers after-school programs, a teen center, senior programs and family services.
As home to the only public swimming pool in Port Chester, the Carver Center also features a 25-yard indoor pool. Other amenities include a dance studio, an art studio, a playground for children, and several multi-use rooms that host a wide range of activities.
Open Door Family Medical Centers were founded in 1972 in the basement of the First Baptist Church in Ossining, NY.…More It was first operated as a free clinic, staffed by nearly 100 local volunteers. Now it has a professional staff of more than 60 at four health centers in Westchester County including Port Chester, Ossining, Mount Kisco and Sleepy Hollow, as well as, four school-based health centers in Port Chester.
The mission of Open Door Family Medical Centers is to provide quality health care and human services at affordable prices to the economically disadvantaged community.
The Anthony J. Posillipo Community Center supports a transportation program for the senior residents of the Village.…More A 20 passenger handicapped-accessible bus picks-up at the center for local errands, grocery shopping and medical appointments.
Door-to-door transportation is available to and from the Anthony J. Posillipo Community Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Early pickup is at 9 am and participants arrive at AJP by approximately 9:30 am. The early ride gets Villagers there in time for part of the exercise class, craft class and other early morning activities. The bus makes a second trip at 10 am, which arrives at the center around 10:30 am. Departure for home is at 2 pm. The fee for this service is $.50 each way.
Grocery shopping service is available on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:30 am. The bus picks up passengers at home or at the center and travels to either the A&P or Pathmark store in Port Chester. The fee for this service is $.50 each way.
Most Wednesdays, the Rye Brook Seniors use the bus to go on a special outing. The day is reserved for a trip to Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, a ride to the movie theater, a trip to one of the various malls in the area, an outing to a museum either in NYC or surrounding communities or some other excursion. The time of departure varies, as does the fee charged. All trips are limited to 20 people.