Comfort Food: Feeding Older Refugees During COVID-19
By Kate Sweeney
Every week for years, refugees and immigrants from five Asian countries — all over age 60 — would gather for meals at The Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, or CPACS. This was about more than nutrition; these were community gatherings. The visits also gave visitors a chance to address crucial needs, from interpreting legal forms, to looking into medical problems.
Then COVID-19 hit.
On this week’s What’s Next ATL podcast from ARC, we bring you the story of how CPACS staff and partners came together fast, to figure out how to continue to offer sustenance and care during this time of crisis. Read on.