Our Members

Arab-American Family Support Center, Inc.

Brooklyn

AAFSC's mission is to help Arab immigrant families acclimate to the American society around them, which enables them to become active participants in their communities. They provide a wide range of services to the Arab immigrant community, including English as a Second Language classes, legal assistance, youth development programs, domestic violence prevention and access to health care.

Hartley House

Executive Director: Nicole Cicogna

413 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036

Ph. 212-246-9885
Fx. 212-246-9855

http://www.hartleyhouse.org

Hartley House, founded in 1897, is a settlement house and a community center that provides essential human services and sponsors activities to improve the quality of life and strengthen a sense of community in Hell's Kitchen/Clinton. We welcome people of all races, ages, religions, and ethnic backgrounds. Our activities include: Family Day Care, the After School Program, the Pied Piper Summer Day Camp, Youth Sports Programs, the Alternative High School, Volunteer Tutoring, English as a Second Language, GED Preparation Classes, Citizenship Classes, Creative Arts Programs, Social Work Services, the Friendly Visiting Program, Senior Activities, Home Outreach Program for Elders, and community outreach services.

Over a century of accomplishment has built a deeply personal and strong relationship between Hartley House and the community it serves. Hartley House is proud to enter its second century of service to the children, teens, adults, seniors, and families of the Clinton community in the heart of New York City.

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