IRT coordinators share statistics of success

NORWICH – While the last U.S. Military volunteers are well on their way to another host site, the overall impact of their service through their participation in the second Greater Chenango Cares Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) is now being tallied.



The statistics of success for the 2016 IRT were largely measured by voluntary patient surveys collected and tabulated by the Chenango United Way (CUW), the agency responsible for organizing and allocating funds to bring the IRT to Norwich for an unprecedented two years in a row.

“This year, we served more that 1,850 patients throughout the week, and half of them called Norwich home,” said Elizabeth Monaco, Executive Director of the Chenango United Way.


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