Program Aims to Eliminate Loneliness by Connecting Homebound to Resources

Limited Opportunity: Be one of the first Tech Pals, Organized by CBN and RIDA

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Limited Opportunity: Be one of the first Tech Pals, Organized by CBN and RIDA

You read it here. The Roosevelt Island Disabled Association and the Carter Burden Network are joining forces to combat loneliness by connecting homebound residents with abundant resources. Now is your chance to sign up to participate.

Interested?

Contact CBN/RI Senior Center outreach coordinator Yulisa Santana in person at the Senior Center, 546 Main Street, by phone (646-870-8763) or email (SantanaY@CarterBurdenNetwork.org).

Hurry. Funding is available for no more than 40 individuals.

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