Goddard Services for Children, Youth, and Young Adults

Goddard Riverside Community Center

131 Edgecombe Avenue @ 141st Street

New York, NY 10030

Rev. Georgiette Morgan-Thomas

Director of Harlem Services

(212) 926-7688

gmthomas@goddard.org

http://www.goddard.org/index.php

Goddard Riverside Community Center is one of New York City’s leading human service organizations. They work to meet people’s basic needs – food, shelter, education – and to bring them together for mutual aid, social action, and to celebrate the richness of our society. Goddard provides services for children, youth, and young adults through after school and daycare programs. Read more

Fortune Society Aid to Formerly Incarcerated

Fortune Society

29-76 Northern Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11101

Joanne Page, President/CEO

(212) 691-7554

jpage@fortunesociety.org

http://fortunesociety.org/

A nonprofit social service and advocacy organization, the Fortune Society’s mission is to support successful reentry from prison and promote alternatives to incarceration, thus strengthening the fabric of communities. Read more

ECDO’s Child Care Center

Ecumenical Community Development Organization, Inc. (ECDO)

443 West 125th Street
New York, NY 10027
Janice Berthoud, Executive Director

(212)678-0037

jberthoud@ecdo.org

http://www.ecdo.org/

The Ecumenical Community Development Organization, Inc. (ECDO) is a not for profit organization that aims to create and produce plans and projects to improve housing, social, and economic conditions for low and moderate income residents of the West and Central Harlem neighborhoods. The organization hopes to aid West Harlem residents with a sense of community. “ECDO has broadened and diversified its scope of projects that includes tenant and community organizing, technical assistance to community residents and organizations, counseling, education, youth and adult employment programs and services.”

 

ECDO’s Head Start Center offers a full day, year-round Head Start child care center.

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ECDO Employment Services

Ecumenical Community Development Organization, Inc. (ECDO)

443 West 125th Street
New York, NY 10027
Janice Berthoud, Executive Director

(212)678-0037

jberthoud@ecdo.org

http://www.ecdo.org/

The Ecumenical Community Development Organization, Inc. (ECDO) is a not for profit organization that aims to create and produce plans and projects to improve housing, social, and economic conditions for low and moderate income residents of the West and Central Harlem neighborhoods. The organization hopes to aid West Harlem residents with a sense of community. “ECDO has broadened and diversified its scope of projects that includes tenant and community organizing, technical assistance to community residents and organizations, counseling, education, youth and adult employment programs and services.”

 

Employment and Placement Services- ECDO currently provides two employment service programs. Read more

Department of Homeless Services

Dept. of Homeless Services

33 Beaver Street, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Barbara Brancaccio, Deputy Commissioner
(212) 361-7900
Bbrancaccio@dhs.nyc.gov

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dhs/html/home/home.shtml

The Department of Homeless Services (DHS) is dedicated to preventing homelessness and to providing short-term, emergency shelter for families and individuals who have no other housing options. The DHS works towards decreasing the number of individuals living on city streets, towards ensuring temporary, emergency shelter availability, and towards maintaining shelter safety and sanitation while helping New Yorkers make the transition from shelter into permanent housing.

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Cathedral Community Cares Food Stamp Program

Cathedral St. John the Divine

1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street
New York, NY 10025
Lauren Phillips, Program Director
(212) 316-7581
lphillips@stjohndivine.org

 

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine’s Cathedral Community Cares (CCC) initiative aims to “combat and alleviate poverty through preventative poverty services, education and and advocacy-specifically targeting the issues of health and hunger.” The program aims to address the needs of the underserved as well as tackle policy solutions in the long run to create a greater community and be a better aid to its clients.The Center’s Food Stamp Program offers per-screening for those interested in receiving Food Stamps, and recertifies those already involved.

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Cathedral Community Cares Clothing Closet

Cathedral St. John the Divine

1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street
New York, NY 10025
Lauren Phillips, Program Director
(212) 316-7581
lphillips@stjohndivine.org

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine’s Cathedral Community Cares (CCC) initiative aims to “combat and alleviate poverty through preventative poverty services, education and and advocacy-specifically targeting the issues of health and hunger.” The program aims to address the needs of the underserved as well as tackle policy solutions in the long run to create a greater community and be a better aid to its clients.The Center’s Clothing Closet distributes emergency clothing and professional clothing for those seeking to enter the workforce. The Clothing Closet hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 am- 1pm.

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Cathedral Community Cares Sunday Soup Kitchen

Cathedral St. John the Divine

1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street
New York, NY 10025
Lauren Phillips, Program Director
(212) 316-7581
lphillips@stjohndivine.org

 

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine’s Cathedral Community Cares (CCC) initiative aims to “combat and alleviate poverty through preventative poverty services, education and and advocacy-specifically targeting the issues of health and hunger.” The program aims to address the needs of the underserved as well as tackle policy solutions in the long run to create a greater community and be a better aid to its clients.

The Cathedral Community Care services include the Sunday Soup Kitchen, which serves breakfast weekly at 10 am, a hot sit-down lunch at 12:30 pm, and a take-away brown bag meal for 600-700 people per month. Read more