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Children's Services in Your Neighborhood
Find a local child protective field office, find neighborhood-based services, and get a list of child welfare agencies that work with the Administration for Children's Services.
Child Care for Public Assistance Families
The Human Resources Administration provides child care services for public assistance families and eligible families who have left public assistance for employment.
Child Health Plus and Family Health Plus
Find out about additional, affordable insurance options for you and your family.
Child Support Enforcement
Get help finding an absent parent, collecting child support, establishing paternity, and adjusting payments from the Human Resources Administration.
Family and Community Health Services
This bureau works to prevent disease and improve the health of individuals and families through a number of community programs.
Family Support Services
The Department for Youth and Community Development offers child-rearing instruction, day care referrals, parent information workshops, counseling, and other valuable services.
Family Home Care
You can get help if you're too ill to care for your children, will be away for an emergency and have no one to care for your children, or need training on child care.
Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS)
FSS assists families receiving Section 8 subsidies become economically independent. Services include counseling, General Educational Development (GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, continuing education, and employment counseling.
Grandparent Resource Center
According to the 2000 U.S. Census, in New York City alone, 83,946 grandparents are responsible for the care of their grandchildren. Get information and find resources to help grandparent caregivers.
Italian Board of Guardians
The Italian Board of Guardians is a non-profit social services organization commited to addressing the social needs of communities and individuals throughout the Greater New York Metropolitan Area.
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