CARTER BURDEN LUNCHEON CLUB & SENIOR PROGRAM
The Carter Burden Luncheon Club and Senior Program (CBLC) is located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and provides socialization, recreation, education, congregate luncheon meals, activities, day trips, computer training and holiday parties.
The program also delivers daily meals to homebound individuals. Case assistance is offered to members/participants who need help in applying for government benefit programs, addressing landlord/tenant disputes, or accessing medical care.
CBLC is open to anyone age 60 or over, regardless of where s/he lives.
Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
351 East 74th Street (between 1st and 2nd Aves.)
New York, NY 10021
Contact: Joshua Watkins
programs and Services available at the Carter Burden Luncheon Club
The Social Service Unit provides assistance with benefits and entitlements, advocacy, supportive counseling, money management, end of life planning and more. Services are offered to seniors aged 60 and older who live between 57th to 96th Street, Fifth Avenue to the East River. The Social Services Unit caters to both ambulatory and homebound residents of the Upper East Side.
Carter Burden's Case Management Unit provides a variety of services such as assistance with financial management, help applying for benefits, referrals to receive services such as home delivered meals and home-care and more . This unit serves homebound adults over the age of 60 who live between 59th Street & 143rd Street, from 5th Avenue to the East River or on Roosevelt Island.
Making Art Work helps connect seniors within New York City to arts, art culture, and art education. Participants are able to engage in art projects, take part in art classes, and even partake in an annual fashion show. Additionally, seniors may have a chance to display their art in a gallery located in Manhattan.
The Cultural Connections program provides year round services and activities to seniors who enjoy engaging in New York City's cultural scene. The program coordinates outings for participants to theaters, museums, galleries, and much more.
The Caregiver Resource Program is a new and unique program designed to benefit unpaid caregivers of adults 60 years and older. The program provides mental and emotional support/ services to those who are caring for older loved ones.
The Carter Burden Network provides extensive health and wellness workshops to seniors interested in improving and/ or maintaining their health and well-being. We partner with other community based organizations to provide health services, educational workshops, and lectures on health specific topics.