New York City 311

Dial 311 or Text 311-692, 24/7 hotline
311 serves the public and handles all requests
for government and non-emergency services,
connecting residents, business owners, and visitors
with the information and people who can help them best.

Department of Youth & Community
Development - Community Connect

Call in NYC: 800-246-4646 Monday – Friday 9AM-5PM

Outside NYC: 646-343-6800
DYCD Community Connect (formerly Youth Connect)
is a resource and referral service for communities
and families of New York City. Community Connect aims
to increase awareness of opportunities and services available
to New Yorkers. When you contact our toll-free hotline,
you are connected with an Engagement Specialist that not only
provides top-notch customer service but provides the public
with the most updated information. We are a one-stop shop
resource for all ages.

DYCD Community Connect provides information and assistance
to callers in over 180 languages

Anti-Violence Project New York City

AVP empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer,
and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms
of violence through organizing and education and supports
survivors through counseling and advocacy.

Advocates for Children of New York
-Education Helpline

866-427-6033 Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 4 pm
Advocates for Children’s Jill Chaifetz Education Helpline
is your resource for information and guidance on all
education-related matters in New York City.


212-709-3222 or text BRAVE to 4396
Building Respect, Acceptance, and Voice through Education (BRAVE).

Covenant House Nine Line

800-999-9999 24/7 Hotline
Covenant House New York is proud to be New York City’s
largest provider serving youth experiencing homelessness.
So much more than a shelter, we provide affirming and
transformative services so each young person can create
their own path to independence.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

800-273-825524/7 Hotline
Available for anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.

NYC Well

888-NYC-WELL (888-692-9355) or text WELL to 65173
NYC Well is your connection to free, confidential mental health support.
Speak to a counselor via phone, text, or chat and get access to
mental health and substance use services, in more than 200 languages, 24/7/365
For mental health, substance use or a social service provider.

Safe Horizon Hotlines

866-604-5350 TDD Phone Number for all Safe Horizon Hotlines.

Crime Victims Hotline

Safe Horizon provides information,counseling, and
other assistance to crime victims.

Domestic Abuse Hotline

800-621-HOPE (4673)
Helps anyone who is experiencing domestic violence and seeking
resources through New York City.

Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline

Provides counseling and support, prevents violence, and promotes justice
for victims and survivors of crime and abuse, their families and communities.

National Eating Disorders
Association (NEDA)

800-931-2237 or text NEDA to 741741
NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders,
and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures, and access to quality care.

The City Bar Justice Center

Legal Hotline212-626-7383
Provides basic legal advice on a range of civil issues such as family law, consumer
debt, employment and landlord-tenant law.

Life is Precious

Life is Precious™ (LIP) is a Suicide Prevention program for at-risk Latina teens
in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Manhattan, combine individual and group counseling,
arts therapy, academic support, music and wellness activities. Mental health
in Brooklyn,services are rendered by partnering providers.

The Trevor Project

866-488-7386 or text START to 678678
A national 24-hour, toll free confidential hotline for youth in crisis, feeling suicidal,
or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk.

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Did you know?

In NYC, you are required to attend school from age six through the end of the school year in which you turn 17. If no diploma has been granted, you may remain in school until the end of the school year in which you turn 21.

NYC Department of Education Court Liaison Program

Court representatives are available to assist family court to acquire information that supports court-involved students in achieving their goals.
Department of Education Court Liaison Contacts - The mission of the Court Liaison Program is to help court-involved students, their families, and the agencies that support the students in continuing their education.

Bronx Family Court

718-590-3988 900 Sheridan Avenue, Room 6B19 Bronx, NY 10451

Brooklyn Criminal Court

347-404-9561 120 Schermerhorn Street, Room 811 Brooklyn, NY 11201

Brooklyn Family Court

718-802-2622 330 Jay Street, 11th Floor Brooklyn, NY 11201

Manhattan Family Court

212-442-8548 60 Lafayette Street, Room 3C7 New York, NY 10013

Queens Family Court

718 -291-8613 151-20 Jamaica Avenue, Room B103 Queens, NY 11432

Queens Supreme Court

718-298-1379 125-01 Queens Blvd Room 322.02 Annex Kew Gardens, NY 11415

NYC Department of Education District 79 - Referral Centers for High School Alternatives

Referral Centers for High School Alternatives are in each borough to help high school students find the best pathways to a high school or high school equivalency diploma.

Referral Centers can help students:

• Explore all possible paths to a high school diploma or enroll in Pathways to Graduation (P2G) to work towards their high school equivalency diploma;
• Learn about their rights as a NYC Depart- ment of Education student;
• Understand their high school transcripts;
• Get referrals for services such as child- care, social work, drug treatment, and housing.

Everyone is welcome to come learn more about their options. Students who are seeking to enroll in P2G should be 18-21 years old. If you are 17, you may enroll under extenuating circumstances and with parent of guardian permission; although final determinations are made by a school administrator. Students older than 21 should contact the Office of Adult and Continuing Education (718-638-2635) for more information on earning a high school equivalency diploma.

Bronx Referral Center for High School Alternatives

Bronx Regional High School
1010 Reverend James A. Polite Avenue Room 436, Bronx, NY 10459

Brooklyn Referral Center for High School Alternatives

Boys & Girls High School
1700 Fulton Street 3rd Floor, Room 383 Brooklyn, NY 11213

Downtown Brooklyn Referral Center for High School Alternatives

Schermerhorn Street
69 Schermerhorn Street Brooklyn, NY 11201

Manhattan Referral Center for High School Alternatives

The Alternative Learning Complex
269 West 35th Street (at Eighth Avenue) 11th Floor, New York, NY 10001

Queens Referral Center for High School Alternatives

Jamaica Learning Center
162-02 Hillside Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432

Staten Island Referral Center for High School Alternatives

St. George
450 St. Marks Place, Staten Island, NY 10301


Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD)


Adolescent Literacy Program – To help develop the reading, writing and public speaking skills for 6th, 7th and 8th graders

Adult Literacy Program - Provides literacy and English language services for adults and out-of-school youth, 16 and older.

Adolescent Skills Center

Ages 16–21

• Education Instruction and Tutoring
• Case Management
• Vocational Counseling


50 Broadway, 8th Floor New York, NY 10004
212-254-0333 Ext.861


29-46 Northern Blvd, 2nd Floor, Long Island City, NY 11101


975 Kelly Street, Suite 302, Bronx, NY 10459


Advocates for Children of New York (AFC)

151 West 30th Street, 5th Floor New York, NY 10001

Advocates for Children of New York (AFC) is a non-profit organization that provides free advice, case advocacy, and legal representation for children and youth who are struggling in school or experiencing school discrimination of any kind. AFC works with students and families to resolve education-related problems and can help with things like:

• Re-enrolling in school, transferring schools, or finding a new school;
• Securing special education supports and services;
• Accessing alternative paths to a high school diploma; and
• Understanding your educational rights and options.

Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES)

2090 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard New York, NY 10027
Ages 13–24
2090 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard New York, NY 10027

Downtown Brooklyn
151 Lawrence Street Brooklyn, NY 11238

South Bronx
424 East 147th Street Bronx, NY 10455
• HSE/TASC Prep Classes
• Certified TASC Test Site
• Job-readiness and job placement services
• Placement in paid, six-week summer internships
• In-home family counseling
• Behavioral health and primary care services

Doing Art Together Inc. A School-Based Organization

127 West 127th Street, Suite 304 New York, NY 10027
A School-Based Organization
Ages 18 and under, teachers and parents
• Art for Parents to Understand Learning Strategies in Education
• Creative Careers and Arts-Based Learning Exploration
• Creative Educational Growth Experiences (CreativeEDGE)
• Parent/Child Workshops
• Art Integration in-School and After School

The Hetrick-Martin Institute

2 Astor Place, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10003
24/7 Hotline: 866-488-7386212-674-2400
Ages 13–24, LGBTQ youth

• Crisis Counseling
• Health and Wellness • Homeless Service
• Individual Counseling • Job Readiness
• Group Counseling
• Academic Enrichment • Arts & Culture

Urban Dove

21-21 41st Avenue, Suite 2-D Long Island City, NY 11101

Team Charter High School, Transfer High School with locations in Brooklyn and The Bronx

Brooklyn 917-588-1002
1256 E. 21ST. Brooklyn, NY 11210

Bronx 718-682-3975
860 Forest Ave. Bronx, NY 10456

Grades 9-12 • College All-Stars
• College Preparation
• Community Service
• Sports-Based Recreational Activities • Summer Jobs
• Urban Dove Summer Day Camp
• Weekend Leadership Retreats
• Youth to Youth Mentorship

Girls Inc. of New York City

120 Wall Street, Suite 1800 New York, NY 10005
Ages 6–18
Girls Inc. New York City advocates for girls and provides educational programs in math, science, health and safety, financial literacy, and multicultural appreciation, all within the five boroughs.

New Visions AIM Charter High Schools

Charter high schools in New York City work to ensure that over-age, under- credited students who graduate from high school are prepared to excel academically, professionally, and personally.
New Visions AIM Charter High Schools have an admission priority for students who are:

• Involved in the juvenile or criminal justice system
• Homeless or in transitional housing
• Involved in foster care or Child Protective Services

With two high schools in East New York, Brooklyn and in the South Bronx, ROADS is currently serving hundreds of students who need and want a second chance.

New Visions AIM Charter High School I (Brooklyn)
New Visions AIM Charter High School II (Bronx)
New Visions for Public Schools
info@roadsschools.org | 212-561-5383


Future NOW Program

Bronx Community College Gould Residence Hall, 5th Floor 2155 University Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453
Ages 17–21

• TASC (formerly GED)
• Plus and Vocational Training Classes
• Computer Assembly and Application Training
• Job Placement Services
• Counseling and Career Exploration
• Work Readiness Training
• College Enrollment Services

Job Corps - South Bronx Center

1771 Andrews Avenue Bronx, NY 10453
Ages 17–24

• HSE and Pre-HSE Classes
• College Preparation Classes
• College Enrollment and Retention
• Academic Tutoring
• Counseling and Career Exploration
• Internships, Vocational Training, and Employment Referrals

Job Corps - Brooklyn Center

585 DeKalb Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11205
Ages 16–24

• Career Ex ploration
• High School Diploma or TASC (formerly GED)
• Employment
• Driver’s Education
• Health & Dental Care

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Department of Youth &
Community Development (DYCD)
Employment Programs


Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP)
Ages 14–24

A six-week summer employment
program open to young people in NYC.

Train & Earn Program
Ages of 16–24

A year-long program for low-income
youth between who are not working
and not in school. Train & Earn provides
extensive job training and employment
services to help participants find a per-
manent job.

Work, Learn & Grow Employment
Program (WLG)
Ages 14–24

Prior SYEP participants are eligible
for this program. A readiness training
program that focuses on career explora-
tion, financial literacy, conflict resolution,
résumé/cover letter development and
opportunities to continue education and
social growth.

NYC Ladders for Leaders
Ages 16–21

An innovative program that offers high
school and college students that are in
school the opportunity to participate
in summer internships with some
of the most dynamic corporations
and businesses in NYC.
Ages 16–21

Learn & Earn Program

Provides occupational skills,
employment services, and
educational opportunities
to low-income high school
juniors and seniors. (Program
available until October 2019)

Intern & Earn Program

Provides extensive job training and
employment services to 16–24 year-olds
who are not enrolled in school.
• Paid Internships/Job Placement
• Training or Educational Settings

Advance & Earn Program
Ages 16-24

Provides educational services, advanced
training and job placement for opportunity
youth who are not working or
enrolled in school.


Any emergency call 311
ACCESS NYC is a free service that helps
you find out if you may qualify for over 30
City, State and Federal benefit programs.
You can apply online for certain programs
through ACCESS NYC.

Thrive Collective

302 West 124th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10027
Thrive Collective offers volunteer and
internship opportunities in order to
empower students to create beautiful
art work and beautify the world around
them. The collaborative teams embrace
student-led public art as an approach
towards awareness and change.

Police Athletic Leagues Youth
Employment Department

34 ½ East 12th Street
New York, NY 10003
800-725-4543 or 718-947-7641

Ages 14–24
• Educational Assistance
• Summer Employment
• Youth Development

New York City Justice Corps

Building beneficial relationships between
communities and young people who are
returning to the community after criminal
justice involvement.

Bronx - Phipps Neighborhoods

347-329-4004 ext.5050
1409 Fulton Avenue, Bronx, NY 10456

Harlem - Center for Court Innovation

127 West 127th Street, New York, NY 10027

Brooklyn - Center for Alternative Sentencing & Employment Services, Inc.

510 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216

Queens - Center for Alternative Sentencing & Employment Services, Inc

89-31- 161st Street, Jamaica, NY 11432

Center for Employment
Opportunities (CEO)


50 Broadway, Suite 1604, New York, NY 10004
Ages 18–25
• Five-Day Pre-Employment Workshop
• Help Navigating Public Benefits
• Help Parents Provide Financial/Emotional
Support to Children
• Job Search and Job Matching with
Job Developers
• Post-employment Services
• Resume Coaching


Dress for Success, Manhattan Branch

32 East 31st Street, Suite 602, New York,
NY 10016, 646-233-4959
Empowers women of all ages to achieve
economic independence by providing
a network of support, professional attire
and the development tools to help
women thrive in work and in life.


17 Battery Place, Suite 307 New York, New York, 10004
Ages 15–19
• Pre-Internship Training
• Training
• Alumni Network
• Post-Internship Seminars and Services

Legal Action Center - National Hire Network

225 Varick Street, New York, NY 10014

Ages 14–24
• Career Awareness
• Employment Skills
• Financial Literacy

STRIVE East Harlem Employment Service, Inc.

205 East 122nd Street, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10035
All ages
• Career Development Workshops
• Case Management
• Employment Assistance
• Fatherhood Counseling and Training
(parenting skills, relationships)

Wildcat Service Corporation

210 E. 43rd Street New York, NY 10017
Help individuals transition from incarceration to community
• find jobs
• build careers
• receive the training and guidance necessary for economic well-being

Year Up New York

85 Broad Street, 6th Floor. New York, NY 10004
Ages 18–24, High School Graduates or GED Recipients
• Intensive Training Program
• College Credits
• Six Month Internship with Government
or Corporate Partner


SCO Family of Services

154 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
718-797-3068 or 24-hour hotline 718-674-7800
Ages 16-20 (with small children
aged under 5)
• Educational Services
• Counseling
• Home Maintenance
• Vocational Training
• Job Placement Assistance
• Money Management

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow

882 3rd Avenue, Suite 10-10NE, Unit 18, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Ages 17–26
• Digital Career Path
• Job Training
• Job Skills for English Language Learners
• Youth Employment Training & TASC
(formerly GED)
• Young Adult Internship
• Police Athletic League
Youth Works
• Youth Employment


Dress for Success, Queens Branch

129-11 Merrick Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11434
Empowers women of all ages to achieve
economic independence by providing
a network of support, professional attire
and the development tools to help
women thrive in work and in life.

The Fortune Society

29-76 Northern Boulevard Long Island City, NY 11101
Ages 18+
• Housing
• Education
• Employment Services
• Alternatives to Detention
• Health Services

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Family/LGBTQ Services


Department of Youth & Community Development


Fatherhood Initiative
Fathers ages 16-24 and fathers ages 25+, ex-court involved adults

• Parenting Skill Classes
• Assistance with Issues of Child Support
• Assistance with Arranging Child Visitation
• Father-to-Father Mentoring and Peer Counseling
• Employment Counseling and Referrals
• College Preparation

Healthy Families
All ages

• Family Development
• Case Management
• Strategize Short-Term and Long-Term Goals
• Provide resources for health & nutrition
• Provide Advocacy
• Assist with Government Benefit: Housing, Education, Employment, etc.

Safe Horizon

The mission is to provide support, prevent violence and promote justice for victims of crime and abuse, their families and communities.

• Safety Assessment and Risk Management
• Crisis Counseling
• Individual/Group Counseling
• Advocacy/Court Accompaniment

All Ages

Bronx/Manhattan Community Program
100 East 122nd Street New York, NY 10035

Brooklyn Community Program
50 Court Street, 9th Floor Brooklyn, NY 11201

Bronx Community Program
384 East 149th Street – 6th floor Bronx, NY 10451

Queens Community Program
63-49 Alderton Street, 2nd Floor Rego Park, NY 11374

Staten Island Community Program
30 Bay Street, 5th Floor Staten Island, NY 10301
All ages

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

208 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10011
All ages, with programming available for ages 13–21

• Comprehensive Health Services
• Individual and Family Counseling
• Arts and Recreation
• Summer Camp and Social Events


The Next Generation Center

1522 Southern Boulevard Bronx, NY 10460
Ages 14–24

• Adoption and Foster Care
• Early Childhood/After-School and Weekend Programs
• Juvenile Justice and Legal Advocacy
• Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program
• Family Support
• Health Services
• Youth Development


Crown Heights Mediation Center

256 Kingston Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11213
All ages

• Information on Education
• Parenting
• Housing
• Immigration
• Providing Support to At Risk Youth

Gender Responsive Re-entry Support and Assistance Program (GRASP)

210 Joralemon Street, 3rd Floor Brooklyn, NY 11201
Ages 13–25

• Anger Management
• Career Exploration/Employment Support
• Case Management
• Family Support
• Individual/Group Mentoring


540 President Street, Suite 1A Brooklyn, NY 11215
Ages 14–21

• Summer Leadership Institute
• Studio Programs: art development opportunities
• Collaborative Public Art Projects
• Turnstyle Alternative to Detention Project
• School-Based Programs: virtual arts learning


Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York

1011 First Avenue, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10022
All ages

• Immigration
• Advocacy
• Individuals and Family Counseling
• Financial Assistance
• Emergency Shelter/Housing
• Provide Support for the Physically and Emotionally Challenged


Queens Public Library

719-990-0700 or 718-990-8508
All ages

• Health Services
• Immigration
• Job Skills Training
• Workshops
• Children and Adult Services
• Financial Literacy
• Family Literacy Center

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Department of Health
and Mental Hygiene

42-09, 28th Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
All ages, regardless of immigration
status. No cost.
• Food Protection Course
• Free & Confidential Sexually
Transmitted Disease Clinics
• Healthy Children
• Hepatitis Services
• Immunization Information
• Pregnancy & Baby Care

New York City Department of
Health and Mental Hygiene

Nurse - Family Partnership
Call 311 for information and ask for the
Nurse-Family Partnership
All ages, regardless of immigration
status. No cost.
• First time mothers linked to specially
trained nurses
• Home visits made by nurses
throughout pregnancy and until
the baby is two years old
• Help build strong network of family
and friends
• Help to make the home a safe place
for the baby
• Provide guidance in continuing
education and employment
• Provide referrals for health care,
childcare, mental health care, job
training and other services

New York City Department of Health – Sexual Health Clinics

Hotlines: 347-396-7959
The NYC Sexual Health Clinics continue to provide low-to no-cost services for sexually transmitted infections (STIs),
including HIV. Anyone who is 12 or older can receive walk-in services, regardless of immigration status. No parental consent is necessary.
Morrisania Sexual Health Clinic
1309 Fulton Avenue, Bronx, NY 10456
Jamaica Sexual Health Clinic
90-37 Parsons Boulevard, Queens, NY 11432
Fort Greene Sexual Health Clinic
295 Flatbush Avenue Extension, Second Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Chelsea Sexual Health Clinic
303 Ninth Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10001

Planned Parenthood of New York
City Executive Office

26 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012,
212-274-7200 or800-230-7526
All ages
Empowers individuals to make independent,
informed decisions about their
sexual and reproductive lives by providing
information and health care, and promoting
public policies that make those
services available to all.

Community Healthcare Network

60 Madison Avenue, 5th Floor, New York NY 10010,
212-545-2400 or 866-246-8259
All ages
A network of 14 federally qualified health
centers throughout NYC along with a fleet
of mobile vans that bring health services
to underserved people in need. No one is
turned away.

NYC Health + Hospitals YouthHealth

Under the age of 18
NYC Health + Hospitals offers safe and
confidential YouthHealth services
• Sexual & Reproductive Health Services
• Primary Care Services
• Mental Health and Depression Help
• LGBTQ Care
• Healthy Weight Management
• Sports Physical & Sports Injury Care


Callen-Lorde Community

Health Outreach to Teens (HOTT)
356 W 18th Street, New York, NY 10011
Age 13-24
HOTT provide medical and mental health needs of LGBTQ adolescents and
young adults as well as other young people in need.
•Medical Services
•Counseling and Mental Health
•Care Coordination
•Health Education
•Mobile Medical Unit

Covenant House

550 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10018
Ages 18–21
• Crisis Counseling
• Individualized Counseling
• Transitional Housing Program
• Mental Health Services
• Mother and Child Programs
• Health Services
• Regional Training Centers
• Substance Abuse Services
• Vocational Training Institute

NYC Health + Hospitals

NYC Health + Hospitals are committed
to excellence in health care. Providers
work together to provide complete,
personalized care to all New Yorkers.
• Adolescent Skills Center
• Case Management
• Coordinated Children’s Service
Initiative (CCSI)
• Counseling
• Family Resource Centers
• Peer Support
• Recovery Works
• Supported Housing

NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue

462 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016

NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem

506 Lenox Avenue, New York, NY 10037

NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan

1901 First Avenue, New York, NY 10029

Vibrant Emotional Health

50 Broadway, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10004
All ages
•Crisis Services
•Community Programs
•Advocacy and Education
•Business Solutions

National Eating Disorders Associa-
tion (NEDA)

1500 Broadway Suite 1101, New York, NY 10036
for 24/7 crisis support, text ‘NEDA’ to 741741
The goal of promoting positive body
image and encouraging healthy attitudes
about food and weight.

The Door

555 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013
Ages 12–21
• Employment/ Internships
• Foster Care
• College Advisement & Tutoring
• Counseling
• Health and Dental Services
•HSE (High School Equivalency)
• Legal and Immigration Services
• Runaway and Homeless Youth Services
• LGBTQ Services
• Sexual Health & Birth Control
• Supportive Housing

New York Peace Institute

New York Peace Institute empowers
people to find creative and durable
solutions to their disputes. The Institute
teaches vital conflict resolution skills to
communities and organizations, and
advances the field by training and
certifying professional mediators.

Ages 0-26

Manhattan Mediation Center

111 John Street, Suite 600
New York, NY 10038

Brooklyn Mediation Center

210 Joralemon Street, Suite 618
Brooklyn, NY 11201


NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi

1400 Pelham Parkway South
Bronx, NY 10461

NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln

234 Eugenio Maria De Hostos Boulevard,
Bronx, NY 10451

NYC Health + Hospitals/North
Central Bronx

3424 Kossuth Avenue, Bronx, NY 10467

Bronx Connect - Urban Youth
Alliance International

432 East 149th Street, 2nd Floor, Bronx,
NY 10455, 718-402-6872
Ages 12–18, court-involved youth
•Advocacy and Organizing
•College Student Achievement
•Employment Readiness
• Justice Alternatives
• RTG-Cure Violence
• Workforce & Reentry


SCO Family Services

Juvenile Justice Initiative

154 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Age 12.5-17
• Pre and Post Release Services
• Multi-systemic Therapy
• Residential Programs

Children and Young Adults

Nevin Street Office
2-4 Nevins Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
• Mental Health Services
• Developmental Disability Services
• Homeless Services
• Family Counseling and Community Services
• Early Childhood Programs

NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island

2601 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11235

NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island

2601 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11235

NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County

451 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203

NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull

760 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11206


NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst

79-01 Broadway, Elmhurst, NY 11373

NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens

82-68 164th Street, Jamaica, NY 11432

 Staten Island 

NYC Health + Hospitals/Mariner’s
Harbor (Forest Plaza)

2040 Forest Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10303

Stapleton Family Health Clinic

111 Canal Street, Staten Island, NY 10304

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Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS)

Ages 12–24

Empower girls and young women, who were at risk for – or were experiencing commercial sexual exploitation (CES) and domestic trafficking had needs that were not being met by other traditional social service agencies.

• Short-Term and Crisis Care
• Transitional and Supportive Housing
• Educational Initiative (EI)
• Holistic Case Management
• Court Advocacy
• Survivor Leadership Program (SLP)

•Youth Development


Henry Street Settlement

265 Henry Street, New York, NY 10002
All ages

• A senior center, a NORC (naturally occurring retirement community), Meals on Wheels and a Senior Companion Program Senior Companion Program and Center for Active and Successful Aging (CASA).
• An early childhood education center, including Henry Street Settlement Early Childhood Center and Universal Pre-Kindergarten
• Transitional housing for homeless families, women and survivors of domestic violence and their children; and permanent supportive housing residences
• Out-patient mental health services; and satellite clinics in public schools
• A primary care medical clinic
• Job training and placement for adults, public housing residents and out-of- school youth; and customized staffing services for small business owners • High school equivalency prep and ESL classes
• Educational, recreational, after-school, college prep and leadership development programs for youth
• Arts Centers, including performing and visual arts.

Safe Horizon Drop-In Centers

Ages 13–23, homeless and street-involved youth; LGBTQ-friendly

Streetwork Lower East Side Drop-In Center
33 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002
Streetwork Harlem Drop-In Center
209 West 125th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10027

• Crisis Counseling
• Daily necessities such as meals, showers, clothing, wellness activities
• Housing Advocacy
• Housing advocacy
• Individual/Group Counseling
• Legal assistance
• Linkages to emergency shelter
• Medical care
• Mental health services
• Obtaining identification and public benefits
• Sexual health help including HIV prevention materials and testing

Safe Horizon - Streetwork Overnight Residential Program

Confidential Location. Referrals by calling the Streetwork Drop-In Centers.
Ages 16–21 homeless and street- involved youth; LGBTQ-friendly

• Harm Reduction Model
• Safety Assessment and Risk Management
• Counseling and Support Groups

The Door

555 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013
Ages 12–24

• Employment/Internships
• Foster Care
• TASC (formerly GED)/ College or Vocational Training
• Health and Dental Services
• Legal and Immigration Services
• Runaway and Homeless Youth Services • LGBTQ Services
• Sexual Health & Birth Control
• Supportive Housing

The Ali Forney Center

224 West 35th Street, 15th Floor New York, NY 10001
Ages 16–24, homeless LGBTQ youth
To protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) youth from the harm of homelessness.

• Day Center
• Emergency Housing
• Transitional Housing



60 East Tremont Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453
All ages

• Children and Youth Programs
• Homeless Services
• Immigration Services
• Senior Services
•Chronic Illness
•Eviction Prevention
•Workforce Development


CAMBA’s Gathering Place Homeless Drop-in Center

2402 Atlantic Avenue, Basement, Brooklyn, NY 11233
718-385-8726 |
800-662-1220 | Hearing Impairments
Ages 18+

• Case Management Services
• Entitlements Assistance
• Laundry Facilities
• Mail and Phone Services
• Medical and Mental Healthcare Services
• Therapeutic Recreational Activities


Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens Jamaica Walk-In Center

91-14 Merrick Boulevard, 6th Floor, Jamaica, NY 11432
Ages 18+

• Housing Services
• Early Childhood and Family Services
• Services for People with Development Disabilities
• Outreach and Integration Services
• Health Services
• Advocacy

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Thrive NYC

thrivenyc.cityofnewyork.us and click on
Services Finder for a location near you
888-692-9355, or Text “WELL” to 65173
All Ages
The Mayor’s Office of ThriveNYC partners with 12 City agencies to implement over 30 innovative mental health programs that reach hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers every year
click on, and click on Services Finder for a location near you

Samaritan Daytop Village

800-532-HELP (4357) or 718-657-6195
Samaritan Daytop Village provides a
rich array of services including substance
abuse treatment, mental health and
primary health care, specialized programs
for military veterans, vocational and
employment services, shelter and
transitional housing, and services
for seniors.

Odyssey House Young Adult Treatment Services

Ages 18-24
These are residential substance abuse
treatment programs for adolescent males
and females.

Odyssey House Manor for Male Clients

(212) 987-5120
219 East 121st Street, New York, NY 10035

George Rosenfeld Center for Recovery for Female Clients

(212) 426-6633
13 Hell Gate Circle, New York, NY 10035


Substance Use Treatment for Youth

208 W 13th Street, New York, NY 10011
Designed to help LGBTQ+ young people,
ages 13 and older, make healthy decisions
about drugs and alcohol. It also provides
access to mentors, internships
and support.

 Staten Island 

Staten Island YMCA

Counseling Service
All ages
• Individual Counseling
• Group Counseling
• Crisis Intervention services
• Drug Screenings
• Family Therapy
• Drug/Alcohol Use Counseling
• Referrals to legal counseling

North Shore Center

285 Vanderbilt Avenue Staten Island, NY 10304

South Shore Center

3911 Richmond Avenue Staten Island, NY 10312


The Fortune Society

29-76 Northern Boulevard Long Island City, NY 11101,
212-691-7554 All ages
• Alternatives to Incarceration
• Benefits Access
• Case Management
• Creative Arts
• Education
• Employment Services
• Family Services-Housing
• Food and Nutrition
• Health Services
• Mental Health Center
• Prepare for Release (I-CAN)
• Recovery (the NEST)
• Substance Abuse Treatment
• Transitional Services

Samaritan Village: Outpatient Substance Abuse Clinic

144-10 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11435,
718-206-1990 Ages 14+
Provides individual, group, and family counseling. Services available for individuals with co-occurring disorders.

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Resources from the Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC):

Looking for an afterschool program in your neighborhood? Need information on improving reading skills or finding the nearest community center? The web application discoverDYCD allows you to search in multiple languages for DYCD-funded programs. You can search by borough, neighborhood or zip code, and discoverDYCD provides contact information, activities offered, and a mapping feature with navigation. https://discoverdycd.dycdconnect.nyc/home

COVID-19 Resources

For resources related specifically to the COVID-19 pandemic go to:

All New York Public Libraries have computers that offer free access to the Internet, electronic databases, library catalogs, and Microsoft Office. Every location also offers free Wi-Fi access during open hours. To find your nearest public library visit www.nypl.org.


Thank you to all the individuals who contributed to this directory. A special thanks to the Interagency Coordinating Council’s (ICC) Work Groups on Court-Involved and Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth for their ongoing commitment to working together to enhance services for young people, their families, and communities.

To add additional resources or for more information about the ICC please visit with us at the following link:
or contact us at:
Interagency Coordinating Council 123 William Street, 17th Floor New York, New York 10038 646-343-6735

New York City DYCD Community Connect
Toll free: 1-800-246-4646
or call: 646-343-6800
Call 311 for government information and services Out-of-City: 212-NEW-YORK



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