Staying independent and happy in our own homes

Settled and Serving in Place is a community of neighbors along Rt. 209 helping one another remain independent and stay in their own homes. We regularly meet to discuss member needs, exchange information and just catch up. Join us, we are building a community!

What neighbors do at SSIP 209


We like to gather at a local coffee shop for coffee and chat. We catch up and celebrate birthdays of the month.


List Manager, available on our special phone, responds to member calls for help by matching a member with a group volunteer.


During our meetings we recommend each other services providers such as contractors, handymen, electricians who offer our group discounts.

Our Branches

SSIP 209

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Marbletown/Rosendale/Rochester/Olive Area

ViVi Hlavsa

Meets for coffee on Tuesday & Wednesday mornings at The Blackboard Bistro, in the Marbletown/Rosendale Town Hall, on Lucas Avenue.

SSIP Kingston

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Phyllis Hutton, 845-338-7366,

Meets for coffee Monday mornings, 9:30 at the Olympic Diner on Washington Avenue in Kingston or 10:30 at the Pavillion of Hasbrouck Parks

SSIP New Paltz

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Pearl Lee, (Hm) 845-255-8628, (Cell) 845-706-7333

Meets at the Pavilion, Field of Dreams in New Paltz or in inclement weather at the New Paltz Community Center 10 AM Tuesday mornings. Bring your own coffee.

SSIP Taconic

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Eastern Dutchess County area

Meets regularly on Wednesday mornings.

Barbara Burns, 845-266-4926;

SSIP Saugerties

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Greta Hutton,845-246-6608,

Meets for coffee weekly, Tuesday mornings, 9:30 at Village Diner in Saugerties

SSIP Ellenville

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Carol Hanisch, 845-647-2813

Call Carol for meeting updates.