SOCIAL SERVICE UNIT
The Social Service Unit provides comprehensive services to both ambulatory and homebound individuals who reside on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The programs include assistance which benefits and entitlements, advocacy, supportive counseling, daily money management and end-of-life planning. Referrals are made to supportive serves including home care services, home-delivered meals and socialization opportunities that enable the older individual to remain in their home safely and maintain a high quality-of-life. We also hold monthly group meetings for support, discussions, and socialization activities.
Our catchment area is 57th to 96th Street, Fifth Avenue to the East River.
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Support & Discussion groups
The Social Service Unit (SSU) offers various groups for support, discussion, and socialization. Through these groups, seniors can gather in a safe and welcoming environment to share experiences and advice. These groups can help seniors cope with stress and feel less isolated as it provides opportunities to connect with others facing similar challenges or develop friendships with those who have similar interests.
The Carter Burden Network's Andrew Fund was created in 1994 by an anonymous CBN Board Member in honor of her late, beloved Yorkie named Andrew. The Andrew Fund provides assistance to New York seniors who need help caring for their pets by offering one-time or short-term assistance with boarding, veterinary bills, food, spay-neuter, and more.
The Andrew Fund is only available to Carter Burden Network clients.
Please contact Mary Dodd by phone at 212-879-7400 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.