April 09, 2020

From The Lowell Sun:

For over a decade, 24 year- old Brian Rosario has worked with the same street worker at UTEC, Inc. “ He hits us up almost every day,” he said. Nowadays, by phone. With a statewide stay at home advisory and other social distancing measures in place, the work of UTEC in the community looks different than it did just a month ago.

“ Unfortunately UTEC is in a spot where we’re impacted in more than a few different ways,” said Gregg Croteau, the chief executive officer. This includes financially. The pandemic response required UTEC to shut down many of the programs that helped fund the nonprofit’s work.

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