“We are closing the Senior Center to all programing until further notice” said Senior Center director Lisa Fernandez.
The congregate lunch program will distribute grab-n go-meals 11:30-1:00 daily
Case assistance will be available remotely and in person 1 day per week.
Fred Calero – 646-870-8764 Mondays
Iris Moon – 646-870-8765 Tuesdays
We thank everyone for their understanding and patience
Effective Monday, December 27th until further notice
- All in-person programming is suspended – no in-person center activities
- Only grab-n-go meals will be provided at the centers
- Social Services will remain by appointment only and discretion should be used to postpone any in-person appointments unless they are for time-sensitive matters.
- We will re-evaluate this situation mid-January and keep you updated.
- Virtual programming should be scheduled wherever possible to replace in-person programming
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