COVID Surge Forces a Pause in All CBN/RI Senior Center Programing.

COVID Surge Forces a Pause in All CBN/RI Senior Center Programing.

The Roosevelt Island Daily News

“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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