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Finding Aid for the
NEW YORK STATEWIDE SENIOR ACTION COUNCIL
RECORDS, 1974-2001
(APAP-111)

For reference queries contact M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives Reference staff

Finding Aid Compiled by
Andrew Ashton
July 2001


Ellen Ronnlund
June 2003



 
 
 
 
 
 

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ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by the New York StateWide Senior Action Council in February 2001.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Administrative History

Chronology

Scope and content note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


NEW YORK STATEWIDE SENIOR ACTION COUNCIL
Administrative History

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The New York StateWide Senior Action Council (NYSSAC) is a grassroots membership organization made up of individual senior citizens and senior citizen clubs from all parts of New York State. NYSSAC was organized in 1972 from War on Poverty funds with the goal of developing a statewide organization of older New Yorkers who could advocate for their interests and needs regarding services, programs and policies effecting older persons. NYSSAC's unique history and role has been to focus on the needs of low-income and minority seniors. Although there have been some revisions of the organizational by-laws through the years (see Chronology), the mission of NYSSAC has remained constant.

The New York StateWide Senior Action Council Mission statement:

To achieve through united action the dignity, well-being and security of all senior citizens of New York State;
To provide a unified and articulate voice on behalf of older New Yorkers, especially as advocate for the low-income elderly and low-income persons of all generations;
To promote the general well-being of the aging through educational processes outlining the legislative needs of the elderly;
To promote the best interest of children and youth by intergenerational programs of mutual support;
To develop in the community an awareness of the needs and the capabilities of older persons;
To help develop the leadership abilities of the elderly through leadership training and skills utilization;
To monitor programs and services to the elderly of New York State to ensure their full representation and participation in planning, implementation and evaluation.[1]

As of 2001, in addition to the core senior action council, NYSSAC is comprised of several other branches targeting specific issues facing seniors; these include the Patients' Rights Project which sponsors the Patient's Hotline and deals with Peer Review Organizations (PRO) and Diagnosis Related Groups (DRG) issues; the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Advocacy Group with 50 groups statewide, and the Rural Senior Health Organizing Project (RSHOP). NYSSAC also consists of satellite Regional Councils that work in association with the statewide council in Albany.

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, NYSSAC has worked on a number of issues and provided trainings and educational workshops throughout the state. In its first decade (1972-1982), NYSSAC addressed issues affecting low-income seniors, through outreach and advocacy training in areas that included Food Stamps; Supplemental Security Income (SSI); Energy Assistance Programs, and the Senior Citizen Crime Victim and Prevention Program.

Throughout the 1980s, NYSSAC played a key role in advocating for laws ending mandatory retirement and enacting the Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC) program. In 1986, Rose Kryzak (1900-1999) led senior activists in a march on Governor Cuomo's office, demanding action on EPIC legislation. In 1988, NYSSAC used a New York Foundation grant to fund the Development and Restructuring Project, aimed at making NYSSAC financially self sufficient for basic operations. At the same time, the Rural Senior Health Organizing Project (RSHOP) under the direction of Joan Butcher, expanded operations and conducted research with grants from the Campaign for Human Development (CHD).

During the 1990s NYSSAC continued to be active primarily in promoting health care issues relevant to seniors. The health care reform battles of the early 1990s generated a large body of records pertaining to the Clinton Health Plan, Single-Payer Plans. The Patient's Rights Project became very active on issues pertaining to Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs) and Peer Review Organizations, particularly after the 1995 appointment of Bonnie Ray as Health Care Advocate. Likewise, the RSHOP continued to work with the Campaign for Human Development throughout the 1990s.

The 1995 reappointment of Michael Burgess as Executive Director and the appointment of Bonnie Ray as Health Care Advocate led to new focuses for NYSSAC. The failure of the Clinton Health Plan and entrenchment of the HMO system has made issues such as the Patient's Bills of Rights, DRG reform, and PRO management, important targets of NYSSAC's action.

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1. New York StateWide Senior Action Council: Older New Yorkers' Grassroots Advocacy Voice Since 1972. 6/18/03. www.nysenior.org/About_StateWide. 6/19/03.

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NEW YORK STATEWIDE SENIOR ACTION COUNCIL
Chronology

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1972 - New York StateWide Senior Action Council formed with War on Poverty funds.
1982 - Michael Burgess becomes executive director.
1986 - New York StateWide Senior Action Council campaign results in passage of Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage Program (EPIC) to pay for prescription drugs for low-income seniors.
1987 - Michael Burgess resigns as executive director. Bonnie Ray assumes post as Executive Director. Patient Advocacy Project established with funding from a Citizen Action Grant.
1988 - NYSSAC undertakes a Development and Restructuring Project to make the organization financially self-sufficient for basic operation. Project funded by a New York Foundation Grant. Revisions of original NYSSAC By-laws adopted on September 27, 1988.
1988-1989 - The Rural Senior Health Organizing Project conducts a two year study on rural health conditions in 12 counties in New York State, funded by a Campaign for Human Development Grant.
1988-1990 - Michael Burgess serves on Peer Review Organization Liaison Committee.
1989 - Donna Rudinski named Development Director for NYSSAC.
1990 - Rose Kryzak Legacy Fund created in honor of senior activist Rose Kryzak's 90th birthday. Interest from this fund is used to provide support to low-income seniors to participate in training conferences, and advocacy activities. Michael Burgess helps negotiate contract for Island Peer Review Organization.
1995 - Michael Burgess resumes post as executive director. Bonnie Ray assumes post as health care advocate.


New York StateWide Senior Action Council
Scope & Content Note

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The New York StateWide Senior Action Council records document the issues faced by senior citizens in New York State throughout the late 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. The bulk of the records consist of topical subject files related to issues about which the activists in NYSSAC were concerned, particularly health care, Medicare, and social security issues. In addition to topical material, these records document the fundraising activities of the organization and its various sub-groups. Also included are publications issued by the organization, including the Sentinel newsletter (1992-1996) and the Senior Action newspaper (1977-1991).

The collection is particularly strong in documenting issues involving Medicare, Long-Term Care, DRGs, and PRO issues. Series 4: Subject Files; Sub-series 1: Health Care/Medicare, includes source material, news clippings, articles, and supporting material documenting these issues, with particularly strong material dating from 1985-2000. Sub-series 2: Senior Advocacy, of the same series, includes a strong set of materials relative to SSI (Supplemental Security Income).

The bulk of the material, found in Series 4: Subject Files, is useful for documenting issues about which NYSSAC was active over the course of almost three decades. There is limited material from the first ten years (1972-1982) of the organization and relatively little material from the years immediately prior to the accession of this material in 2001. NYSSAC's work with New York state legislators, both Government and private agencies advocating for Seniors and social justice issues, and their outreach efforts in education and advocacy, are well documented throughout the collection. Records of the activities of Executive Directors Michael Burgess and Bonnie Ray are the most prominent in the collection.

Related material, including material created by NYSSAC is available in the Helen Quirini Papers (APAP-102) in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.


New York StateWide Senior Action Council
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Administrative Records, 1975-1997, 1.74 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically

These records, located within the following sub-series, document the administrative functions of the organization. They include extensive information on grants, budgets, and other fiscal information. In addition, they contain some information about personnel within the organization. Folders containing correspondence will be found throughout the series.

Sub-series 1: Fundraising, 1983-1996, .50 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records document the general fundraising activities of NYSSAC. Consisting primarily of grant applications and related documents for funding of general expenses, they also include information on projects that were not funded and therefore did not generate any further records. Fiscal statistics, articles on NYSSAC activity and correspondence pertaining to fundraising are also found here. Specific projects' fundraising activities are documented in the sub-series relating to them. Prominent grantors include Chemical Bank, New York Foundation, and the Campaign for Human Development Foundation.

Sub-series 2: Intergenerational Unity Project, 1992-1995, .17 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records document the Intergenerational Unity Project, a project initiated by NYSSAC and funded primarily by a New York Foundation Grant. The aim of the project was to bridge the gaps between youth activists and senior activists in an attempt to forge a single voice. Records consist of grant applications and proposals, correspondence, and membership campaign material.

Sub-series 3: Office Records, 1975-1997, .25 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records document administrative work associated with managing and running the organization. They include a variety of materials, including office leases, fiscal records, personnel files and several photographs of Bonnie Ray at public events.

Sub-series 4: Patients' Rights Project, 1987-1996, .40 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records document the administration of the NYSSAC Patients' Rights Project. This was an ongoing effort to act as a health care advocate for seniors and other patients. The project deals specifically with Medicare and Medicaid claims disputes, DRG discharge disputes, but also deals with other common problems, promoting a patients' rights hotline, an informational hotline, and legal advocacy. Records include grant applications and background materials,correspondence, and a final report on the DRG Monitoring Project/Complaint Line at Community Action for Legal Services (CALS).

Sub-series 5: Regional Councils, 1991-1994, .05 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

local grassroots groups working in tandem with NYSSAC on issues pertinent to These records document some of the work of the NYSSAC regional councils; particular regions of the state.

Sub-series 6: Rural Senior Health Organizing Project, 1988-1991, .37 cubic ft., arranged alphbetically and then chronologically

These records document the administration of the Rural Senior Health Organizing Project, a collaborative effort involving NYSSAC and representatives from the rural regions of New York State. The project was funded primarily by the Campaign for Human Development (CHD) Grant. The records include information on the grant and the requisite Quarterly Reports submitted to the funder as well as the correspondence and files of Rural Heath Project Director, Joan Butcher.

Series 2: Correspondence, 1982-1984, .17 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records include the correspondence sent and received by Michael Burgess, Executive Director of NYSSAC during this period. Documents include personal letters, intra-organization correspondence, and correspondence with notables such as State Senator Hugh Farley; Director of State Executive Services, Tonio Burgos; Assembly Speaker Stanley Fink; Assemblyman Paul Harenberg; Executive Deputy Secretary of State, James N. Baldwin; and cartoons and letters by local newspaper cartoonist, Charles Ferraro. The series also holds responses to the Public Services Commission's Energy Conservation Survey and correspondence on the grassroots promotional campaign, Savingpower, supporting the Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act (HIECA).

Series 3: Publications, 1977-1981, 1983-2000, 1.5 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records contain informational material published by the New York StateWide Senior Action Council in the form of guides, booklets and ephemera. Topics such as community services for senior citizens, Medicare, and consumer issues are addressed. The series includes, NYSSAC's Annual Report for 2000, a position paper against HEAP transfer and, notably, both the Sentinel newsletter (1992-1996) and the Senior Action newspaper (1977-1981, 1983-1994, 1996-2000).

Series 4: Subject Files, 1974-1979, 1983-1999, 9.58 cubic ft., arranged by subject

These records, located within the following sub-series, comprise the base of information used by NYSSAC on issues important to senior citizens and NYSSAC's role as senior advocates.

Sub-series 1: Health Care and Medicare, 1983-1998, 6.79 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records, which constitute the bulk of the collection, consist of informational and issue files relating to health care topics affecting seniors in New York State. Significant topics addressed include Medicare, Medicaid, Medigap, Long-Term Care, Nursing Homes, DRG (Diagnosis-Related Groups), PROs (Peer-Review Organizations), HMO (Health Maintenance Organizations), the IPRO (Island Peer Review Organization), and others. Files hold information on state and federal health care legislation, the campaign for a national health care system in 1992-1993, the fight for prescription drug coverage for seniors in the state (EPIC) in 1986, and other issues. They include testimonies given before legislative bodies, reports, articles, booklets, legislative bulletins, memorandums, manuals, training material, and correspondence on various topics.

Sub-series 2: Senior Advocacy, 1974-1979, 1984-1999, 2.39 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

Files include material on a variety of issues important to New York seniors in the areas of law, taxes, independent living and in-home care, elder abuse, the Right to Die Campaign, age discrimination and continuing education. NYSSAC's work with other groups such as the Capital Area Consortium on Aging and Disability, the Citizens' Utility Board and the State Office of the Aging's Hunger Action Network are documented in files on conferences, workshops and meetings. Included are testimonies given on major issues before legislative bodies, a memorial booklet for activist Rose Kryzak containing a tribute from Governor Mario Cuomo, and various correspondence.

Sub-series 3: Consumer Fraud, 1988-1994, .25 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records document the work of NYSSAC in supporting legislation that would help senior citizens avoid becoming victims of consumer fraud. They include legislative memorandums, manuals, reports and correspondence on topics such as item pricing for electronically scanned items, funeral home legislation, and utility pricing.

Sub-series 4: Rural Senior Health Organizing Project, 1988-1990, .15 cubic ft., arranged alphabetically and then chronologically

These records contain subject files directly related to the work of the Rural Senior Health Organizing Project (RSHOP), a project involving members from various regional councils of NYSSAC. They include informational material used specifically by RSHOP on topics relating to health care access and health quality issues for seniors living in rural areas of New York State. Included are reports, correspondence and Board meeting packets.

Series 5: Memorabilia, 1985, 2000, 1.06 cubic ft., arranged by format

This series contains memorabilia of the New York State Senior Action Council; T-shirts from the NYSSAC Convention of 2000, baseball-style caps, tote bags and assorted pins and buttons. They are decorated with the NYSSAC logo and various slogans in support of the Prescription Drug Bill, to protest Medicare cuts, advocate Senior Power and commemorate 50 years of Social Security. Included is a ceramic coffee mug commemorating NYSSAC's 25th Anniversary.


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Series 1: Administrative Records, 1975-1997

Sub-series 1: Fundraising, 1983-1996

Box 1
Folder

1. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Applications, 1983, 1984
2. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Applications, 1985-1988
3. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Applications for "Older New Yorkers' Alternative Media Project," 1985
4. Campaign for Human Development, Pre-Application, 1995-1996
5. Chemical Bank, Grant Applications, 1992-1993
6. Chemical Bank, Grant Applications, 1994-1995
7-9. Community Services Block Grant Advisory Council, 1983-1985
10. Donations for Rose Kryzak Tribute Publication, 1988
11. Families USA, Discretionary Grant, 1991
12. Food Stamp Project Proposal, 1984-1985
13. Foundation Proposals, Miscellaneous, 1985-1987
14. Fundraising Correspondence, 1992
15. Fundraising, Miscellaneous Materials, undated
16. Grant Proposal for Development and Reorganization Project, 1989-1990
17. Grants, General Information on Sources, 1993-1994
18. Grants, "National Guide to Funding in Aging," 2nd edition, 1989
19. Hands Across America, Grant Proposal, 1987
20. Loan Agreement, Key Bank, 1996
21. Mohawk-Hudson Community Foundation, Applications, 1987, 1992
22. Narratives Provided to Funding Agencies, 1982
23. New York City Department for Aging, Contractor Performance Evaluation, 1988
24. New York City Department for Aging, Registration and Grant Applications, 1988-1989
25. New York Department of Health, Proposal for AIDS Education, 1991
26. New York Foundation Grant, Application and Reports, 1987-1988
27. New York Foundation Grant, Application and Reports, 1988-1989
28. Research Project, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1989
29. Telemarketing Proposal, 1995
30. United Way Pledge, 1994
31. Villers Foundation, Grants, 1988, 1989


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Series 1: Administrative Records, 1975-1997

Sub-series 2: Intergenerational Unity Project, 1992-1996

Box 1 (continued)
Folder

32. Intergenerational Unity Project, Grant Proposals, 1993-1994
33. New York Foundation, Final Report, 1994-1995
34. New York Foundation, Grant Application and Reports, 1992-1993
35. New York Foundation, Grant Correspondence, 1993-1996
36. New York Foundation, Grant Proposal Materials, 1992
37. New York Foundation, Grant Reports, 1994
38. Membership Campaign, Material, 1993-1995


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Series 1: Administrative Records, 1975-1997

Sub-series 3: Office Records, 1975-1997

Box 1 (continued)
Folder

39. Applicants for Administrative Assistant, 1993
40. Budget, 1988-1989
41. Budget, 1989-1990
42. By-laws, 1986, 1989
43. By-laws, Drafts of Proposed Changes, 1994
44. Events Announcements, 1991-1992
45. Financial Audit, 1994
46. KEX Copysource Lease Agreement, 1988
47. Mailing List Addresses, 1993
48. Membership Lists, 1993
49. New York State Senior Advocates, Certificate of Incorporation Form, undated
50. New York State Unemployment Insurance, 1983-1984
51. Office Lease Agreement, 1997
52. Pinpoint Communications, Software Co., 1996
53. Ray, Bonnie, Application Correspondence and Appointment, 1985
54. Ray, Bonnie, Personal File, 1986-1987
55. Ray, Bonnie, Supervisor's Workshop, 1989
56. Senior Citizens Action Council, 1975-1981
57. Tax Exempt Certificate, 1985


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Series 1: Administrative Records, 1975-1997

Sub-series 4: Patients' Rights Project, 1987-1996

Box 2
Folder

1. Chase Manhattan Bank, Grant Application, 1996
2. Chemical Bank, Grant Application, 1995
3. Citizen Action Grant, 1987-1988
4. Citizen Action, Regional Advocacy Projects, 1997
5. Clark Foundation, Funding Correspondence, 1991
6. Diagnosis Related Groups (DRG) Education Project Funding, 1989
7. DRG Education Project Funding, Proposal and Reports, 1990-1991
8. DRG Monitoring Project, 1988
9. Legislative Budget Proposal, 1988-1989
10. Legislative Budget Proposal, 1989-1990
11. Legislative Budget Proposal, 1990-1991
12. Legislative Budget Request, 1988
13. Legislative Budget Request, 1993
14. Legislative Budget Request, 1994
15. Legislative Budget Request, 1996
16. Long Term Care Proposal, 1991
17. New York State Office for the Aging, Grant, 1988-1989
18. North Star Fund, 1991
19. Patient Advocacy Project, Materials, 1987-1989
20. "Your Rights as a Hospital Patient" Booklet, 1994


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Series 1: Administrative Records, 1975-1997

Sub-series 5: Regional Councils, 1991-1994

Box 2 (continued)
Folder

21. Region Six, Lewis County Staff , undated
22. Region Six, Meetings, 1990, 1991
23. Statewide Regional Lists, undated
24. Stevens, James, President of Region Five, 1993-1994


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Series 1: Administrative Records, 1975-1997

Sub-series 6: Rural Senior Health Organizing Project, 1988-1991

Box 2 (continued)
Folder

25. Butcher, Joan, Correspondence and Reports, 1989-1990
26. Butcher, Joan, Correspondence and Reports, 1989-1990
27. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Agreements, 1989-1990
28. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Application, 1988
29. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Application, 1989
30. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Application, 1990
31. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Information, 1988
32. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Proposal, 1988
33. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Proposal, 1990
34. Campaign for Human Development, Grant Proposal, Drafts, 1988-1989
35. Correspondence With Campaign for Human Development, 1990
36. Miscellaneous, 1988-1989
37. Rural Senior Health Organizing Project, Administrative Records, 1986-1988
38. Rural Senior Health Organizing Project, Correspondence, 1990-1991
39. Quarterly Report, Campaign for Human Development, Quarter 1, September 15, 1988-December 14, 1988
40. Quarterly Report, CHD, Quarter 2, Dec. 16, 1988-Mar. 15, 1989
41. Quarterly Report, CHD, Quarter 3, Mar. 15, 1889-June 14, 1989
42. Quarterly Report, CHD, Quarter 4, June 15, 1989-Sept. 14, 1989
43. Quarterly Report, CHD, Quarter 1, Sept. 15, 1989-Dec. 14, 1989
44. Quarterly Report, CHD, Quarter 2, Dec. 15, 1989-Mar. 14, 1990
45. Quarterly Report, CHD, Quarter 3, Mar. 15, 1990-June 14, 1990
46. Quarterly Report, CHD, Quarter 4, June 15, 1990-Sept. 14, 1990
47. Year End Summary, CHD, 1990


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Series 2: Correspondence, 1982-1984

Box 2 (continued)
Folder

48. Correspondence, Outgoing, 1982-1983
49. Correspondence, Outgoing, 1984
50. Correspondence, Received, 1982-1983
51. Correspondence, Received, 1984
52. Draft Correspondence to Politicians, 1984
53. Intra-NYSSAC, 1982-1983
54. Public Service Commission Energy Conservation Survey, 1984
55. Public Service Commission Program, 1984


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Series 3: Publications, 1977-2000

Box 1
Folder

1. Annual Report, 2000
2. Bumper Stickers/Membership Cards, undated
3. Guide to Senior Programs, 1999
4. Guide to Senior Programs, 2000-2001
5. Home Energy Audit Request Slip, 1984
6. Informational Brochures, undated
7. Lifetime Legislative Award Honoring Paul Harenberg, 1997
8. NYSSAC, Brochure and Priorities, 1985-1986
9. Patients' Rights Alert, 1991
10. Position Paper Against HEAP Transfer, 1984
11. Proposed Patients' Bill of Rights, Media Release, undated
12. Public Service Commission Utility Rates Mailings, 1984
Folders 13-17, Originals
13. StateWide Sentinel, Monthly Newsletter, September, 1992-December, 1992
14. StateWide Sentinel, Monthly Newsletter, 1993 (lacking issues for March, July, and September)
15. StateWide Sentinel, Monthly Newsletter, 1994 (lacking issue November/December)
16. StateWide Sentinel, Monthly Newsletter, 1995 (lacking issue January/February)
17. StateWide Sentinel, Monthly Newsletter, 1996 (lacking issues for February, July, and December)
Folders 18-25, Preservation Photocopies
18. Senior Action, January/April, May/August, 1977
19. Senior Action, January/March, September-December 1978
20. Senior Action, 1979
21. Senior Action, January, April-June, October, 1980
22. Senior Action, January-August, 1981
23. Senior Action, 1983
24. Senior Action, 1984
25. Senior Action, 1985

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Folder

Folders 1-7, Preservation Photocopies
1. Senior Action, 1986
2. Senior Action, 1987
3. Senior Action, 1988
4. Senior Action, 1989
5. Senior Action, 1990
6. Senior Action, June, September/October, 1991
7. Senior Action, January/February, July/August, 1992
Folders 8-13, Originals in New Format
8. Senior Action, Winter, 1994
9. Senior Action, Winter, Spring, Summer and "Special Edition," 1996
10. Senior Action, "Special Double Issue" December/January, February, April, May, September, October, 1997
11. Senior Action, May/June, September, 1998
12. Senior Action, April/May, August, "Special Edition," 1999
13. Senior Action, March, July/August, 2000

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Senior Action Originals
1977, January/April, May/August
1978, January/March, September-December
1979
1980, January, April-June, October
1981, January-August
1983
1984

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Folder

Senior Action Originals
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991, June, September/October
1992, January/February, July/August


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Series 4: Subject Files, 1974-1979, 1983-1999

Sub-series 1: Health Care and Medicare, 1983-1998

Box 1
Folder

1. AARP Bulletin, 1989
2. AARP PRONet, 1988
3. AARP Reports on PRO (Peer Review Organization) Reform, 1988
4. AARP Reports on PRO Reform, 1988
5. Action for Primary Care Legislation, 1992
6. Advocates for Medicare Assignment meeting, 1989
7. Alliance for Aging Research: Report on Home Care, undated publications
8. Alzheimer's Disease, "Where to go For Help," NYC Department for the Aging, 1992
9. Amsterdam Hospital Medicare Case, Information Packet, 1986
10. Appointment of Dr. Mark Chassen, NY State Health Commissioner, 1991
11. Assisted Living Position Paper, 1991
12. Association of Area Agencies on the Aging, 1993
13. Best Practices in Geriatric Care, 1994
14. Blue Cross/Blue Shield Rate Hike, 1992
15. Blue Cross/Blue Shield Restructuring, 1999
16. BNA (Bureau of National Affairs) Health Care Policy Reports, 1996
17. Brookdale Foundation Medicaid File, Bulletins, 1988-1990
18. Brookdale Foundation Medicare File, Training Material, 1988-1989
19. California Medical Review: Premature Discharge Study, 1984-1986
20. California Medical Review: Premature Discharge Study, Appendices, 1984-1986
21. CALS (Community Action for Legal Services), 1989
22. Campaign for Quality and Choice in Managed Health Care, 1995
23. Campaign for Quality and Choice in Managed Health Care, 1995
24. Campaign for Quality and Choice in Managed Health Care, Copy of NY State Senate Bill 4188, 1995
25. Capital District Medical Consumers Association, Certificate of Incorporation, undated
26. Capital District Senior Health Services Bureau, 1988
27. Capital District Senior Health Services Bureau, 1989
28. Center for Medicare Advocacy Waiver of Liability, 1996
29. CHCF (Council on Health Care Financing), 1988
30. CHCF Health Planning Study, Presentations and Staff Report, 1988
31. CHCF Health Planning Study, Profiles and By-laws of Health Systems Agencies, 1988
32. CHIC (Consumer Health Information Center) Nursing Home Directory, 1992
33. Children's Health Care Campaign, 1992
34. Children's Health Plan (CHP) and Pre-need Materials, 1992
35. Coalition for Primary Care Legislation, 1992
36. Coalition to Save Home Care, 1991
37. Coalition to Save Medicare, 1995-1996
38. Cobble Hill Nursing Home vs. Henry & Warren Corp., Amici Curiae Brief by NY Lawyers for the Public Interest, 1985-1989
39. COBRA Health Insurance, 1986
40. Committee for Injured Infants' Rights, 1992
41. Committee for Quality Health Care, 1992
42. Committee for Quality Health Care, 1992
43. Committee for Quality Health Care, 1993-1994
44. Congressional Candidate Medicare Surveys, 1998
45. Consumer Advocates' Meeting with Mark Chassen, 1991
46. Consumer Choice Alliance for Long Term Care, Draft, circa 1994

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Folder

1. Department of Health, "Do Not Resuscitate" Guidelines, undated
2. Department of Health, Health Care Financing Administration, Guidelines and Forms, 1986-1987
3. Department of Health, Health Care Financing Administration, Guidelines and Forms, 1988-1989
4. Department of Health, Hospital Code Amendments, 1988
5. Department of Health, Hospital Code Guidelines, 1988
6. Department of Health, Memo on Health Facilities, 1987
7. Department of Health, Memos on Mandatory Medicare Assignment, 1991
8. Department of Health, Task Force on Long-Term Care Financing, Public Hearing, 1996
9. Department of Health, Task Force on Long-Term Care Financing, Public Hearing Testimonies, 1996
10. Department of Social Services Directive on Treatment of Medicaid Trust Funding, 1992
11. Directory of Adult Care Facilities in NYS, 1989
12. Discharge Planning, News Clippings, 1989
13. Discretionary Trust Packet, "Take Me to Your Lawyer," for Families of the Disabled, 1991
14. DRG (Diagnosis Related Groups) Action Information, 1985-1987
15. DRG Action Information, 1985-1987
16. DRG News Clippings, 1987
17. DRG Discharge Review Planning, 1990
18. DRG Discharge Review Planning, 1990
19. DRG Discharge Studies, 1987
20. DRG Education Project, 1990
21. DRG Monitoring Committee, 1987
22. DRG/PPS (Prospective Payment System) Action Material, 1986-1987
23. DRG/PPS News Clippings and Reports, 1985-1986
24. DRG/PPS News Clippings and Reports, 1985-1986
25. DRG/PPS News Clippings and Reports, 1985-1986
26. DRG/PPS Cases, 1986-1987
27. DRG/PPS Cases and Testimony, 1986
28. DRG Steering Committee, 1989
29. DRG Strategy Group, 1989-1990
30. DRG Strategy Group, 1989-1990
31. DRG Strategy Group, 1989-1990
32. DRG Strategy Group, Legal Support Unit Memos, 1983-1986
33. DRG Strategy Group, Legal Support Unit Memos, 1987-1988
34. DRG Supporting Publications, 1989-1995
35. DRG Training Manual, 1986
36. Eastern Paralyzed Veteran's Association Summit, 1995
37. EISEP (Expanded In-home Services for the Elderly Program) Information, 1987-1990
38. Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield Rate Filing Narrative Summary, 1995
39. Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield Rate Increase Legislation, 1995

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Folder

1. Empire State Medical, Scientific and Educational Foundation Advisory Committee, 1988
2. EPIC (Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage Program) Advisory Committee, 1992
3. EPIC, Information Packets, 1986
4. EPIC, Legislation, 1992
5. ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act), Preemption, 1993
6. Family and Medical Leave Act, 1991
7. Friends and Relatives of the Institutionalized Aged (FRIA), 1990
8. Governor Cuomo's Health Care Message, 1993
9. Governor Cuomo's Revised Long Term Care Access Bill, 153R, 1994
10. Governors' Association (National Governors' Association) Proposal on Medicaid, 1996
11. Greater New York Hospital Association Memo, 1988
12. HCFA (Health Care Financing Administration) Medicare Publications, 1995
13. HCFA Policy Correspondence, 1987
14. Health Care Agents and Proxies Bill #76 RR, 1990
15. Health Care Campaign Surveys, 1988
16. Health Care News Clippings, 1991
17. Health Care News Clippings, 1996
18. Health Care For All, Advocacy Group, 1989
19. Health Care For All, Bulletins and Background Material, 1988-1991
20. Health Care For All, Campaign, 1989
21. Health Care For All, Campaign, 1993
22. Health Care For All, Campaign Structure, 1991
23. Health Care For All, Meeting, 1994
24. Health Care For All, Patients' Rights Fund, 1993
25. Health Care Reform, 1993
26. Health Care Reform, 1994
27. Health Care Reform Debate, 1992-1993
28. Health Care Reform, Legislative Action Materials, 1992
29. Health Care Surveillance Work Group, 1989
30. Health Data Design Committee, 1992
31. Health Financing Advisory Group, 1988
32. Health Issues File, 1987
33. Health Systems Agencies Information, 1988
34. Hearing Aid Dispensing, Assembly Bill 1175A, 1995
35. Hearing Aid Legislation, 1995-1996
36. Hill-Burton Program Information, 1985-1988
37. HMO (Heath Maintenance Organization) Community Ratings, 1992
38. Home Care Assessment Tool, (HARRI), 1993
39. Home Care for the Functionally Impaired, 1986
40. Hospital Admissions Information, 1992
41. Hospital Association of NY, Report, 1989
42. Hospital Information, 1986-1989
43. Hospital Patient Rights, 1994
44. "How to Talk About Health Care," Arnold Bennett, 1990
45. Human Services Summit, 1989
46. IPRO (Island Peer Review Organization) Committee Meetings, 1990
47. IPRO, DRG Strategy Group, 1990
48. IPRO Medicare Administrative Memos, 1990
49. IPRO Medicare Administrative Memos, 1992-1993

Box 4
Folder

1. IPRO Outreach, 1991
2. IPRO Problems/Complaints, 1990
3. Legal Services for the Elderly, Medicaid/Home Care, 1992
4. Letter From National Council of Senior Citizens, undated
5. Long Term Care Access, 1992-1993
6. Long Term Care Access, 1994
7. Long Term Care Access Reform, 1992
8. Long Term Care Access Reform, 1993
9. Long Term Care Access Reform, 1994
10. Long Term Care Access Reform, Support Material, 1993
11. Long Term Care Access, Task Force, 1992
12. Long Term Care Alliance Mailing Lists, 1994
13. Long Term Care Assessment Consolidation Project, 1993
14. Long Term Care Assessment Seminar, Transcript, 1994
15. Long Term Care Campaign, 1988
16. Long Term Care Campaign, 1990
17. Long Term Care Campaign Action, 1989-1991
18. Long Term Care Campaign, Correspondence to Governor Guidelines, undated
19. Long Term Care Information, 1990-1994
20. Long Term Care Initiatives in Massachusetts and New Jersey, 1994
21. Long Term Care Insurance News Clipping, 1993
22. Long Term Care Public Policy Issues, 1992-1994
23. Long Term Care Reform Conference, 1994
24. Long Term Care Services, 1993
25. Long Term Care Single Payer Plan Reform, 1991-1992
26. Long Term Care Strategic Development Committee, 1995
27. Managed Access to Aging Services (MAAS) Proposal, 1991
28. Mandatory Medicare Assignment, Bill A. 3500, 1990
29. Mandatory Medicare Assignment, Bill A. 3500, 1991
30. Mandatory Medicare Assignment, Bill A. 12304, NYS Supreme Court Case, 1992
31. Mandatory Medicare Assignment Campaign, 1987-1988
32. Mandatory Medicare Assignment Campaign, 1988-1990
33. Mandatory Medicare Assignment Campaign, 1990
34. Mandatory Medicare Assignment Enforcement, 1989-1990
35. Mandatory Medicare Assignment Public Hearings, 1987
36. Mandatory Medicare Assignment Public Response, 1989
37. Massachusetts Health Care Legislation, 1987
38. "Medicaid: A Program Crucial to Women's Health," National Women's Law Center, circa 1995
39. Medicaid Applications by County, 1989
40. Medicaid Application Guide, 1985
41. Medicaid, Bill 328, Home Care Provisions, 1996

Box 5
Folder

1. Medicaid Block Grant, 1995
2. Medicaid Block Grant, Material, 1995
3. Medicaid Cuts, 1994-1995
4. Medicaid Cuts Action Group, Prospective Member List, undated
5. Medicaid Cuts, NYS Health Care Campaign, 1994
6. Medicaid Documentation Issues, 1983-1990
7. Medicaid, Entitlements and Advocacy Training, Brookdale Center on Aging, 1989
8. Medicaid, Entitlement and Advocacy Training, Brookdale Center on Aging, 1996
9. Medicaid Fraud, 1989, 1994
10. Medicaid, Hospital Information, 1990
11. Medicaid Information, Miscellaneous, 1989-1990
12. Medicaid Managed Care Alert, 1995
13. Medicaid, Managed Care Newsletters, 1997-1998
14. "Medicaid Program in NYS: An Advocate's Handbook," 1988
15a. Medicaid Reform, 1988-1990
15b. Medicaid Reform, 1988-1990
16. Medicaid Restructuring, Bill 52, 1995
17. Medicaid Restructuring Proposal, 1987-1988
18. Medicaid Seminar, Koldin & Levine Law Center, 1990
19. Medicaid Takeover Legislation, 1992
20. Medicaid Workgroup, 1992-1993
21. Medicaid Workgroup Meeting, 1991-1992
22. Medical Care Fraud, Bill A.4689, 1993
23. Medical Payment Dispute Resolution Regulation (DRG), 1990
24a. Medical Payment Dispute Resolution System, 1990-1991
24b. Medical Payment Dispute Resolution System, 1990-1991
25. Medical Payment Dispute Resolution System, Request for Proposals to Implement, 1990
26. Medicare, Advocacy/Resolution , 1989-1991
27. Medicare and Medicaid, General Information, 1985-1986
28. "Medicare and Medicaid Guide, " 1988
29. "Medicare and Medicaid Guide," Law and Legislation, 1987
30. "Medicare and Medicaid Guide," Supplemental Update, 1986
31. "Medicare and Medicaid Guide," Supplemental Update, 1989
32. Medicare Beneficiaries Defense Fund, 1992-1993
33. Medicare Billing Rates File, 1989
34. Medicare Bulletins, Brookdale Center on Aging, 1991,

Box 6
Folder

1. Medicare Catastrophic Protection Act, 1988-1989
2. Medicare Coalition Conference, 1997
3. Medicare Information, 1986-1988
4. Medicare Information, 1988-1990
5. Medicare Information, 1991-1992
6. Medicare Legislation, Balanced Billing, Bill A. 100, 1993
7. Medicare Legislation, Beneficiaries Protection Amendments, H.R. 1707,1995
8. Medicare Legislation, Cap on Physician Fees, Bill 12304, 1992
9. Medicare Legislative Issues, 1992.
10. Medicare Marketing Guidelines, 1996 11. Medicare Reform Conference, 1996
12. Medicare Reform Draft Discussion Document, 1995
13a. Medicare Workgroup, 1995
13b. Medicare Workgroup, 1995
14. Medigap Policies and Information, 1991, 1995
15. National Healthcare Campaign, Insurance Coverage Issues, 1989
16. National Senior Citizen's Law Center, Report on Nursing Home Issues, 1986
17. New Yorkers For Accessible Health Coverage (NYFAHC), Memos, 1994
18. Nursing Home Community Coalition Meetings, 1989-1991, 1993
19. Nursing Home Immunizations Report, 1994
20. Nursing Home Industry Report, 1994
21. Nursing Home Issues, 1990
22. Nursing Home Residents' Rights, 1983-1985, 1989
23. Nursing Home Residents' Rights and Issues, 1992
24. Nursing Home Whistleblowers, Amici Curiae Filed with U. S. District Court, 1990
25. NYAHSA (New York Association of Homes & Services for the Aging), "A Proposal to Reform Medicaid Eligibility for Long Term Care," 1992-1993
26. NYAHSA Report and Information on Long-Term Care Reform, 1993
27. NYPHRM V (New York Prospective Hospital Reimbursement Methodology), Briefing Papers and Analysis, 1993
28. NYPHRM V, Recommendations, 1993
29. NYS Assembly Committee on Long-Term Care Insurance, 1989-1990
30. NYS Department of Health Codes Committee, 1996
31. NYS Department of Health Response to Proposed Cemetery Legislation, Bills S.7455, S.7201, and A.10300, 1994
32. NYS Legislation, Access to Long-Term Care, Bills S.4674/A.7958, 1993-1994
33. NYS Legislation, Children's Health Insurance Reform Program, Support Material, 1993
34. NYS Legislation, Criminal Medical Fraud Bill 4689-A, 1993
35. NYS Legislation, Health Services Review Bill A.11061, 1992
36. NYS Legislation, Hearing Aid Industry Bill S.5588B, 1994
37. NYS Legislation, Hospice Bills S.4201, S.4298, and S.3950-A, 1995
38. NYS Legislation, Hospital Visitation Bill S.5747, Support Memo, 1994
39. NYS Legislation, Immunization Bills A.10920./S. 7802, 1994
40. NYS Legislation, Licensing of Dieticians, Bills A.1578 and #3476, 1985-1989
41. NYS Legislation, Life Care Communities, Bill S.6327, 1994
42. NYS Legislation, Long-Term Care Bill A.2713, 1995
43. NYS Legislation, Patient Abuse/Fraud Bills 7452-A and S.5223, 1989-1990
44. NYS Legislation, Pet Therapy Bill S.4232, 1995
45. NYS Legislation, Prescription Drug Prices Bill A.9894/S.7380, 1994
46. NYS Legislation, Surrogate Bill A.7166, 1994
47. NYS Legislation, Surrogate Bill A.7166 and Governor's Program Bill #69R, 1994
48. NYS Legislation, Surrogate Bill A.7166, Statements of Support, 1994
49. NYS Legislative Reports, 1992-1993
50. NYS Medical Leave Legislation, Coalition Meeting Material, 1991
51. NYS Rural Health Coalition, Comparative Analysis of NYPHRM Legislation, 1993
52. NYS Senate Health Committee Managed Care Hearings, 1995

Box 7
Folder

1. PASCAS (Personal and Supportive Care Assessment System) Guidelines, undated
2. Patient Advocacy Project Report, 1989
3. Patients' Bill of Rights, 1986
4. Pepper Commission Report on Affordable Health Care, 1990
5. PPS (Prospective Payment System) and DRG (Diagnosis Related Groups) Information, 1984-1989
6. PPS and DRG Information, 1989-1990
7. Primary Care Initiative, 1990
8. Primary Care Legislation Issues, 1992
9. PRO (Peer Review Organization) Appeals Data, 1987
10. PRO Contract Negotiations, 1989
11. PRO Guidelines, 1985-1986
12. PRO Information and Procedures, 1984-1986
13. PRO Information and Procedures, 1987-1989
14. PRO Liaison Committee Report, 1989
15. PRO News, 1987-1988
16. PRO Report, 1986
17. PRO Report, 1990
18. Proposal for Geriatric Medical Education, undated
19. Public Citizen Health Research Correspondence, 1993
20. Right to Die Campaign, 1990
21. RUGs (Resource Utilization Groups) 1986-1990
22. RUGs III: Resource Utilization Groups for Nursing Homes, 1994
23. SENSES (Statewide Emergency Network for Social and Economic Security) Report on Health Care Coverage for the Uninsured, 1991-1993
24. Single-Payer Plan Support Information, 1994
25. SOFA (State Office For the Aging) Expanded In-Home Services, 1986
26. State Hospital Association Telephone Contact Guidelines, 1987
27. Telephone Survey on Emergency Room Care, 1988
28. Testimony Before Assembly Committees, 1993
29. Testimony Before Governor's Health Care Advisory Board, 1993
30. Testimony Before State Hospital Review and Planning Council, 1987
31. Testimonies, Hearings on Medicaid and Health Care Reform, 1990-1992
32. Testimonies, Welfare Reform, Before NYS Senate Standing Committee on Social Services, 1995
33. Universal New York Health Care (UNYCARE), 1989-1991
34. Vermont Medicare Legislation, 1987, 1990


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Series 4: Subject Files, 1974-1979, 1983-1999

Sub-series 2: Senior Advocacy, 1974-1979, 1984-1999

Box 1
Folder

1. AARP Statements and Events, 1995
2. Ad Hoc Coalition for the Aging, 1994-1995
3. Advocate Groups for Seniors, 1992
4. Age Discrimination, NYS Office for the Aging Report, 1990
5. Area Agencies for Aging, Directories, 1995
6. Assembly Committee on Aging Schedule, 1989
7. Attorney General Pamphlet "Helping Seniors" undated
8. Bad Debt and Charity Need, Statistics, 1984-1896
9. Balanced Budget Amendments, 1997
10. Bar Association Collaboration on Legislation, 1989
11. Brookdale Center Advocacy Assistance Training, 1979
12. Budget, Impact on Elder Care, NYS, 1993
13. Budget Reductions, NYS, 1991-1992
14. Capital Area Consortium on Aging and Disability, 1993
15. Capital Area Consortium on Aging and Disability, 1994
16. Center for Community Change Policy Alerts, 1996
17. Citizen Advocacy Center, 1994
18. Coalition Building, Workshop, New York Foundation, 1992
19. College Curricula for Older Adults, by Hope Bagger, 1974
20. Congressional Election Action, 1998
21. Consortium for the Aging, 1992
22. CSE (Community Services for the Elderly), 1993
23. CSE Testimony, 1991
24. CUB (Citizen's Utility Board) Incorporation, 1991
25. Domestic Partnerships Law, 1991
26. Earned Income Tax Credit Information, 1993
27. EISEP (Expanding In-Home Services for the Elderly Program), 1989
28. Elder Abuse Bills, S.7012 and Departmental Bill # 673, SOFA, 1994
29. Elder Abuse Conference, 1992
30. Elderline, Independent Living, 1974, 1990
31. Executive Budget Welfare Presentation, NYS Departments of Social Services and Labor, 1996-1997
32. Federal Welfare Reform, Newsletters and News Clippings, 1996
33. Federal Welfare Reform, Reports, 1996
34. Federal Welfare Reform, Source Material, 1996
35. Fiscal Policy Institute Fair Taxes Campaign, 1991
36. Governor Carey's Task Force on Social Security, 1981
37. Governor Cuomo's Press Releases, 1991
38. Hart, Gary, Support Information, 1984
39. Hunger Action Network, 1990
40. Income Distribution Statistics, 1988-1990
41. Innovative Resources Group, Non-Profit Marketing, 1994
42. Intergenerational Lobby Day, 1995
43. Jesuit Volunteer Corps, 1986
44. Job Training Partnership Act, 1989
45. Kryzak, Rose, Essays About, 1976-1986
46. Kryzak, Rose, Memorial Tribute, 1999
47. Labor Issues, 1992
48. Legal Services Programs, undated
49. Limited Liability Legislation, 1993
50. Massachusetts Senior Action Council, 1985
51. Medicaid Service Changes, NYS Budget, 1995
52. Miscellaneous, 1988-1989
53. Non-Profit Resource Center Meeting, 1994
54. NYS Assembly Energy Committee Proposals, 1994
55. NYS Government Budget Memo Packet, 1996
56. NYS Government Fiscal Outlook, 1996-1997
57. NYS Legislation, Information, 1985-1987
58. NYS Legislation, Information, 1988
59. NYS Legislation, Materials, 1991

Box 2
Folder

1. NYS Legislation, Materials, 1992
2. NYS Legislation, Materials, 1993
3. NYS Legislation on Aging, Memos, 1995-1996
4a. NYS Legislation on Aging, Memos, 1997-1998
4b. NYS Legislation on Aging, Memos, 1997-1998
5. NYS Legislation, Real Estate Advisory Committee, 1993-1994
6. NYS Legislation, Senior Citizens' Pets in Housing, Bill S.819, 1989
7. NYS Legislation, Weatherization Funds, Bill S.6066, 1992
8. NYS Legislative Action Letters, 1990
9. NYS Legislative Newsletter on the Elderly, 1991
10. NYS Office for the Aging Advisory Committee, 1996
11. NYS Office for the Aging, (SOFA) Legislative Memos, 1987
12. NYS Office for the Aging, Legislative Memos, 1990
13. NYS Office for the Aging, Legislative Memos, 1992
14. NYS Senate Legislative Bills on Aging, 1995-1996
15. NYS Senate Legislative Bills on Aging, 1997
16. NYS Welfare Reform, 1995-1996
17. NYS Welfare, Regulatory Reform, 1995
18. NYSSAC (New York StateWide Senior Action Council) Coalition vs. Executive Order # 20, Lawsuit, 1996
19. NYSSAC Convention, 1993
20. NYSSAC Convention Materials, 1995
21. NYSSAC Convention Materials, 1996
22. NYSSAC Convention Materials, 1996-1997
23. NYSSAC Legislative Strategies and Priorities, 1973-1982
24. Older Americans Act, 1977-1982
25. Petitions Against Senate Bill S.1100, undated
26. Regional Media Contacts, undated
27. Rent Control, 1997
28. Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), 1986
29. Reverse Mortgage Legislation, 1994
30. Robin Hood Coalition for Fair State Taxes, 1992
31. Securities Private Enforcement Reform Act, H.R. 417 and Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, S.1976, 1994
32. Senior Citizen's Handbook, 1988
33. Senior Companion Project, 1992
34. Senior Companion Project, 1993
35. Senior Service Luncheon, 1993
36. Seniors for Adequate Social Security Newsletter, 1977-1984
37. SENSES (Statewide Emergency Network for Social and Economic Security) Board of Directors' Meetings, 1991-1993
38. SENSES Board of Directors' Meetings, 1994-1995
39. SENSES Board of Directors' Retreat, 1993
40. SENSES Personnel Committee, 1992
41. SENSES Proposals for Counter Budget, 1993-1994

Box 3
Folder

1. Social Security "Notch," undated
2. SSI (Supplemental Security Income) Action Letters, 1992
3. SSI Advocacy Group, 1988-1991
4. SSI Background, 1988-1989
5. SSI Conference, 1989
6. SSI Materials, 1985, 1988
7. SSI Outreach Program, Proposal, 1988-1989
8. SSI Outreach Program, 1991
9. SSI Position Paper, 1990
10. State Budget File, 1992
11. State Communities Aid Association, 1991
12. State Constitutional Convention Proposal, 1996
13. State Programs for the Aging, 1989
14. StateWide Platform, 1996
15. Statewide Youth Advocacy (SYA), 1991-1995
16. Student Association of the State University (SASU) response to the Governor's Budget, 1995
17. Tax Cut Opposition, 1995
18. Testimony Before Subcommittee on Aging, by Bonnie Ray, 1986
19. Testimony on Banking Bill by Greg Olsen, Public Hearing, 1994
20. TRIAD-Police Relations, Orange County, NY case, 1995-1996
21. TRIAD Program, Anti-Crime Bill S-4540-A / A-6706-A, 1993-1995
22. University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Research Agreement, 1989
23. University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Research Project, 1989
24. Violent Crime Initiative, 1995
25. Women's Issues, 1993


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Series 4: Subject Files, 1974-1979, 1983-1999

Sub-series 3: Consumer Fraud, 1988-1995

Box 3 (continued)
Folder

16. Student Association of the State University (SASU) response to the Governor's Budget, 1995
17. Tax Cut Opposition, 1995
18. Testimony Before Subcommittee on Aging, by Bonnie Ray, 1986
19. Testimony on Banking Bill by Greg Olsen, Public Hearing, 1994
20. TRIAD-Police Relations, Orange County, NY case, 1995-1996
21. TRIAD Program, Anti-Crime Bill S-4540-A / A-6706-A, 1993-1995
22. University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Research Agreement, 1989
23. University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Research Project, 1989
24. Violent Crime Initiative, 1995
25. Women's Issues, 1993


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Series 4: Subject Files, 1974-1979, 1983-1999

Sub-series 4: Rural Senior Health Organizing Project, 1988-1991

Box 3 (continued)
Folder

37. Comprehensive Long Term Care Plan for Northeastern New York, 1989
38. RSHOP (Rural Senior Health Organizing Project) Board Meeting Packet, 1988
39. RSHOP Board Meeting Packet, 1990-1991
40. RSHOP Health Care Materials, 1989-1991
41. RSHOP Political Action Materials, 1989-1991
42. Rural Health Council Report, 1999


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Series 5: Memorabilia, 1985, 2000

Oversize Box 1

NYSSAC Baseball-style Hat
T-shirt
Assorted Pins and Buttons

Box 2

Ceramic Coffee Mug Commemorating NYSSAC's 25th Anniversary


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