Hundreds of NYC Seniors and Service Providers Advocate for $33 Million in New Funding

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LiveOn NY, formerly known as the Council of Senior Centers and Services (CSCS), rallied together hundreds of New York City seniors and service providers to attend the Department for the Aging budget hearing and advocate for $33 million in critical funding for senior services. This funding would be used to provide crucial resources such as congregate and home-delivered meals, case management, adult day services, elder abuse programs and more.