Youth and Family Services

Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center
415 East 93rd Street (between First Avenue and FDR Drive), New York, NY 10128
Tel: 212-360-7620
Hours: After school program Monday - Friday 3pm - 6pm (dismissal between 5:30pm - 5:45pm)
Services: Meals on Wheels, a senior center, after school and evening programs for children and teens, youth employment services, adult education classes (GED also), community, cultural and educational enrichment for all ages.
English and Spanish spoken
Eligibility: Need membership to participate in programs, first make an appointment with social worker; members can walk in and sign up but have to be 16 and over and may need to be a citizen.
Cost: Some costs associated with various programs, not all free

East Harlem Center (Children's Aid Society)
130 East 101st (at Lexington Avenue), New York, NY 10029
Tel: 212-348-2343
Hours: After school program: Monday - Friday 3pm - 6pm
Services: From Head Start classes to our grandparents support group, services are provided to the entire family. After-school program, bridge programs, early childhood, adolescent services/teen programming, saturday program sports and recreation, educational and career readiness, adult english as a second language (ESL) classes, computer classes, dance program, summer camp, mental health services.
English and Spanish spoken
Registration: Ongoing for all East Harlem Center programs. Space is limited. Call or email staff directly for each program.
Cost: Free, open to all without regard to status

East Harlem Tutorial Program
2050 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10029
Tel: 212-831-0650
Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm
Services: East Harlem Tutorial Program is a 46-year old non-profit group which offers youngsters individual training in reading, writing, math, science, computers, and more. Also has ESL available to adults from 12 - 2pm two days a week.
English and Spanish spoken
Appointments: Walk in and fill out application; some educational services have a waiting list, particularly early child health.
Cost: Free

Association to Benefit Children (ABC)
419 East 86th Street, New York, NY 10028
Tel: 212-845-3821
Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
Services: ABC's humane and innovative programs include early childhood education, health care services, housing assistance, mental health services, family preservation, crisis intervention, recreational services, job training and employment assistance, therapeutic after school and summer day camp programs, mentoring and legal advocacy.
English and Spanish spoken
Appointments: Walk-in at main office, or call number and inquire about the contact info for a specific program.
Cost: Free

Odyssey House Manor Family Center
Supportive Housing for At-Risk Parents with Young Children
219 East 121st Street, New York, NY 10035
Tel: 212-987-5100
About: The Mothers and Babies Off Narcotics (MABON) program treats adults with a pattern of despair and drug use that can come from depression, mental disorders, low self-esteem, poor education, or a lack of skills. This program allows drug-addicted parents and their children to stay together while helping break the cycle of drug abuse and strengthening the family unit. Today, more than 200 parents and their children live in Odyssey House Family Centers of Excellence. Mothers and fathers do not need to choose between caring for their children and seeking the treatment they need. Pregnant women and parents of children 5 years of age and younger reside together in parent/child units for 12 to 24 months.

  • Onsite medical care with specialties in prenatal, pediatrics, OB/GYN, psychiatry, HIV/AIDS, well-baby, and adult primary care
  • Health education and parenting skills training.
  • Off-site care at Bellevue Hospital for children with special needs and pregnant women
  • Individual counseling for parents
  • Family Re-Entry Program providing housing for residents while they continue treatment
  • Vocational/educational assessment, training and placement
  • Aftercare and relapse prevention planning Requirements: Must be 18 or older, with substance abuse problems; no acute medical or mental issues

Youth Employment and Education Services (YES)
50 East Broadway, Suite 805, New York, NY 10004
Tel: 212-254-0333 x866 (Ebony Maher, Education Coordinator)
212-254-0333 x862 (Molly House, Case Manager)
212-254-0333 x864 (Shawn Thomas, Employment Specialist)
Services: YES provides educational services to the community, including high school equivalency exam preparation, remedial education classes, and job coaching. The organization also assists with job placement, provides emotional support services, and hosts a life skills/transition to independence group.
Eligibility: May need to be a citizen for some services; ages 5 and over, with different age restrictions for different programs.
Cost: Most YES programs are free; sliding scale fee for summer day camp and a few other programs.  

Contact Us

Appointments and Information
Tel: 877-372-4161
Send email

Open Saturdays, 9am - 12pm
Except major holidays

Main Clinic
East Harlem Health Outreach Partnership (EHHOP)
The Center for Advanced Medicine
17 East 102nd Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10029

Women's Health Clinic
Klingenstein Pavilion, Level E
1176 5th Avenue (between 98th and 99th Streets)
New York, NY 10029

Mailing Address:
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Attn: Yasmin S. Meah, MD
EHHOP Program Director
One Gustave L. Levy Place
Box #1216
New York, NY 10029