- The Chemical Dependency Program, Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program and Children’s Safety Project continue to provide counseling via Telehealth.
- Our teams at MMTP remain committed to preserving safe care and support for our clients through adjusted on-site operations and remote treatment.
- Our counselors and doctors at the CDP clinic remain available to current and new clients for in-person and remote counseling.
- Greenwich House staff from all programs are delivering donated CityMeals on Wheels packages weekly to homebound Senior Center members.
- Over a thousand wellness calls are made every week to Senior Centers members, Senior Health and Consultation Center clients, and seniors all across Lower Manhattan.
- The Online Learning Center offers a well-rounded curriculum of virtual classes that’s expanding every week, a collection of exercise videos, a virtual art show of members’ work they’re creating at home and options to socialize with the community via Zoom chats and a new Facebook group.
- Case Management and Daily Money Management continue to assist seniors and connect them with important resources over the phone.
- Senior Health and Consultation Center is providing counseling over Telehealth.
Arts and Education
- After-School teachers are offering two homework help sessions a day to assist students adjusting to remote learning, and Director Omar Amores is hosting weekly Zoom hang-outs so kids can stay in touch with their friends.
- Art teacher, Sally Young, sewed 75 face masks for Greenwich House health care workers and senior meals delivery team.
- All private lessons and group classes have transitioned to virtual learning.
- Faculty member, John Tafone, is creating video lessons for students in the public school outreach program.
- Faculty members are hosting workshops and demonstrations over Zoom.
- Staff are updating a robust page of online resources for students, art lovers and their kids with new material every week.