At a recent visit to the New York Library Association’s Annual Conference 2015, Program Coordinator Marissa Richardson spoke about her project, Pull up a Chair at the Library.
Intended for adults aged 50 and older, the program focuses on four key areas: Jobs, Family, Health and Home. Patrons are invited to pull up a chair for a discussion with a knowledgeable counselor to identify and assess eligibility for programs and resources than can offer needed support.
This project is currently available at the Yonkers Riverfront Library. For more information, please visit http://www.westchesterlibraries.org/services-programs/pull-up-a-chair/