Committee for Hispanic Children and Families: .212.206.1090
Provides child care resources and referrals to parents, educates parents on child care issues, and works to increase the number of group and family day care providers.
BronxWorks – 718.508.3040
Provides services such as case management, counseling, recreation, childcare, foster care prevention, and the Family Enrichment Program.
Head Start – 518.452.0897
Programs in all boroughs.
Federally funded, community-based program to provide underprivileged children with early education and childcare; focus on involving the parents; half-day programs, with nutrition programs.
Association to Benefit Children – 212.845.3821
419 East 86th Street, New York, NY 10028
Community Education/Training, Long Term Counseling, Referrals, Shelter/Housing Assistance, Early Childhood Education, Mental Health Services
SupportKids – 1.800.691.KIDS
Child support collection agency (Varied fees)
Human Rights Administration – 212.274.6415
Office of Child Support Enforcement: Can help in locating fathers, absent parents and ensure that child support is paid.
Jewish Child Care Association (JCCA) – 914.741.4585
1075 Broadway, Pleasantville, NY 10570
Focused on helping female victims, minors, those affected by sex trafficking. Provides residential treatment with support services including Community Education/Training, Court/Police Accompaniment, Crisis Counseling, Domestic Violence (General), Emergency Assistance/Transportation, Health Services, HIV/AIDS, Job Training, Legal Services, Longer Term Counseling, Public Assistance, Referrals, Sexual Assault, Shelter/Housing Assistance, Emergency Housing (Children), Trafficking Victim Services, Recreational Therapy, Family/Group, Counseling.
Resources for Children with Special Needs (RCSN) – 212.677.4650
116 East 16th Street 5th Floor, New York, NY 10003-2112
New York City’s only independent nonprofit organization that works for families and children with all special needs, across all boroughs, to navigate services and ensure that all children reach their full potential. RCSN encourages women working with a family with a child with special needs who have questions or need support to call.
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