While all of us are starting to adjust to work and life at a distance, we at Greenwich House are also carefully continuing our mission of attending to our community and to those in need.
Our mental health and behavioral health clinics are continuing to provide critical direct services and adapting to telephonic and tele-medicine approaches for children, families and adults; we are accepting new patients at these drug treatment and mental health clinics.
Our arts, education and youth development programs are advancing our learning and growing opportunities to new digital platforms, ensuring that as we remain physically separated, we’re staying connected to community and enrichment.
Though our four senior centers are closed for on-site case management, classes and congregant meals, we’re adjusting our approaches to bring supports online, over the phone, and through important deliveries when and where needed.
As we continue to pursue the work with the city and local partners we also wanted to invite those around our community to lend a hand. Over the days and weeks ahead we expect to need help with check-in calls to seniors, organizing meal and essential deliveries, and a variety of other evolving needs.
If you are interested in exploring opportunities with our Healing through Helping: Community Volunteer Effort please email: email@example.com to receive information about ways to get involved.
For over 100 years we’ve been proud to support the evolving needs of our community and city, and as we all navigate this latest challenge Greenwich House remains committed to serving children, families and adults from the West Village and around New York City.