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Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center

Executive Director: Greg Morris

415 East 93rd Street
New York, NY 10128

Ph. 212-360-7620
Fx. 212-360-7629


Founded in1964, The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center serves an estimated 5,000 people of all ages annually. The Isaacs Center offers adult educational programs including Basic Literacy, English- as-a-Second-Language, GED classes, plus tutoring in reading, math and ESL. For children, there are three after-school learning center program sites, plus dropout prevention programs in two public schools. During summer months, a day camp provides full-day activities. Youth leadership and youth development services offer community service work opportunities, and an evening education and recreation center for teens. Youth employment services include walk-in assistance, job readiness training and placement assistance. For the elderly, the Isaacs Center has a senior center with congregate meals, educational and recreational activities, meals-on-wheels for the homebound, and an adult day care program for frail elderly. Located in a public housing development, the Isaacs Center provides case assistance and services to elderly residents and is part of the NORC (Naturally Occurring Retirement Community) system.

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