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ActionNYC - Growing Up NYC

Apply by phone: You need to make an appointment to receive services. To make an appointment, call 800-354-0365 between 9am and 6pm, Monday – Friday, or call 311 and say “ActionNYC.”. You can make your appointment for the language that you speak, and you can be served in …

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School's Out NYC - Growing Up NYC

To get started: Go to the Discover DYCD website. Type “School’s Out New York City (SONYC)” into the “Keyword Search” box. Find programs in your area by entering your zip code, neighborhood, or borough, and clicking “Search”. You can also enroll your child in a SONYC program by contacting the program staff at your child’s school.

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By My Side Birth Support Program - Growing Up NYC

To learn more about support for COVID-19 impacts, visit our Coronavirus Updates page . By My Side Birth Support Program offers free doula care to expecting families before, during, and after their baby is born. Doulas are trained birth assistants, who provide non-medical emotional, informational, and physical support when you give birth.

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Newborn Home Visiting Program - Growing Up NYC

Visit the Newborn Home Visiting Program website for more information. Call NHVP if you live in these neighborhoods: North & Central Brooklyn: 718-637-5230. South Bronx: 718-579-2878. East & Central Harlem: 646-672-2894. Updated June 21, 2021.

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Generation NYC

NYC teens and young adults can find help with navigating City resources, including a variety of topics, covid-19 resources, and inspirational youth profiles.

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Beacon Programs - Growing Up NYC

Beacon Programs are school-based community centers for children, youth, and adults across the City. Beacons provide activities that address community needs. Programs try to cater to hard-to-reach youth and young adults with activities that foster positive development, social-emotional learning, and …

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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - Growing Up NYC

Apply by mail or fax: download the application or call the HRA Infoline at 718-557-1399 to have an application mailed to you. Fax your competed application to 917-639-1111 or mail it to: Division of SNAP Services, Mail Application & Referral Unit (MARU) P.O. Box 24510. Brooklyn, NY, 11201.

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Programs – Growing Up NYC

Programs. Find the support your family needs to thrive. Program Categories. Select All. Cash & Expenses. Child Care. City ID Card. Education. Enrichment.

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NYC Nurse-Family Partnership - Growing Up NYC

The NYC Nurse-Family Partnership (NYC NFP) helps first-time mothers by providing a personal nurse. Your nurse can answer your questions and provide valuable guidance and support. With NYC NFP, you will meet with your nurse regularly to talk about pregnancy, parenting, your child’s health and development, and whatever else is on your mind as a ...

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Advance & Earn - Growing Up NYC

Advance & Earn is a training and employment program for youth ages 16 – 24. It can help you think about your long-term career and education goals and create a plan to achieve them. The program offers high school equivalency (HSE) test prep, job training, credentials and certifications, and paid internships.

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Child Tax Credit - Growing Up NYC

CTC allows people with qualifying children to lessen their federal income tax by up to $2,000. You can claim both CTC and the credit for Child and Dependent Care expenses. File your taxes by July 15, 2020. Effective 3/20/2020 income tax filing deadline is extended. To qualify, a child or dependent must be a US citizen or resident and have a ...

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NYC Free Tax Prep - Growing Up NYC

If you earned $68,000 or less in 2020, the City can help you file your taxes for free. You can file for free online or in person. Update: Prepare and file your federal income tax return for free using NYC Free Tax Prep: Virtual Tax Prep and Assisted Self-Prep. File your taxes by May 17, 2021.; File online.; If you qualify for tax credits such as EITC, Child Tax Credit, or Child and Dependent ...

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Upcoming Events – Growing Up NYC

Free Kayaking at Pier 26 – Downtown Manhattan. Enjoy free kayaking at Pier 26 in Downtown Manhattan every Saturday, Sunday, and holiday this summer. Pier 26, Manhattan. Fitness Outdoors Sports Pre-Schooler Grade-Schooler Pre-Teen Teen Young Adult Caregiver. Sunday Jul 25. Time: 12:00 PM - …

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NYC Youth Leadership Councils - Growing Up NYC

YLCs are hosted by City agencies, schools, and community organizations. Youth gain community service hours, an understanding of how the City works, and personal and professional skills. Available to youth in high school and in high school equivalent (HSE) programs. Offers a chance for youth to work in partnership with adults.

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Cornerstone Programs - Growing Up NYC

For the most up-to-date information, please contact programs directly using the information below. To learn more about support for COVID-19 impacts, visit our Coronavirus Updates page . Cornerstone Programs offer NYCHA residents opportunities for fun, learning, and support. Programs for youth and adults include: Programs are located at 94 NYCHA ...

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Summer Rising - Growing Up NYC

Summer Rising is a new free summer program for NYC students in grades K through 12. It provides school-based enrichment activates and helps students prepare to return to school in the fall. Applications for K-8 grade programs open Monday, April 26, and you can apply through Discover DYCD.

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3-K for All - Growing Up NYC

3-K for All provides free, full-day, high-quality early childhood education for three-year-olds. The City is rolling out universal 3-K for All so every family can access a 3-K seat by September 2023. This builds on committing to bring 3-K to every NYC district by fall 2021. Application for the 2021-2022 school year is …

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Safe Sleep Initiative - Growing Up NYC

Get information on the safest way for your baby to sleep from the Safe Sleep Initiative. Low-income families may also be eligible to get a free crib. For more information about infant sleep, see frequently asked questions, download the Safe Sleep brochure, or watch the Safe Sleep video. Low-income ACS-involved families can get a crib, which is ...

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Kindergarten & Elementary School - Growing Up NYC

Apply for kindergarten at NYC public schools this winter in one of three ways: Online through MySchools. Over the phone by calling 718-935-2009. In-person a Family Welcome Center. Students coming from kindergarten to 1st grade do not need to reapply for elementary school. They will be automatically enrolled in their elementary school.

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Homebase - Growing Up NYC

Homebase is a homelessness prevention network with 26 locations across NYC’s five boroughs. If you’re at risk of homelessness, you can get services through Homebase to help with a housing crisis and support housing stability. Homebase will help you develop a personalized plan to overcome an immediate housing crisis and achieve housing ...

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Head Start - Growing Up NYC

Head Start programs are available in centers. Eligibility is based on your family's income, housing situation, and/or receipt of HRA cash assistance or SSI. Limited space is also available in Early Head Start programs, which serve pregnant mothers, infants, and toddlers. Children in Head Start programs get nutritious meals and health screenings.

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Kids in Motion – Growing Up NYC

For four to seven hours per day, children participate in physical activities in a fun, non-competitive environment at NYC playgrounds. The free, staff-led activities include sports, games, guided walks, water games, and more.

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Fatherhood Initiative - Growing Up NYC

The Fatherhood Initiative helps young dads who do not live with their children learn about parenting. Fathers ages 18 and older can get up to six months of case management and up to a year of follow-up services. Services from the Fatherhood Initiative include: Help co-parenting with the child’s guardian. Parenting skills classes.

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NYC Unity Project - Generation NYC

Find out more about the NYC Unity Project and NYC's resources for LGBTQ+ youth, including peer and professional support, health care and wellness, healthy relationships, and more.

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Healthy Start Brooklyn - Growing Up NYC

Pregnant people or parents who recently had a baby can get help through Healthy Start Brooklyn. The program offers classes in childbirth education, newborn care, infant safety and CPR as well as doula support, a father’s group, and a parenting group.

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CUNY Fatherhood Academy - Growing Up NYC

The CUNY Fatherhood Academy (CFA) is a free program for young fathers or expecting fathers who are 18 to 30 years old. The CFA helps men prepare for their high school equivalency (HSE) diploma exam or get ready for college.

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Office of Child Support Services - Growing Up NYC

If you have questions about child support, write to the Office of Child Support Services. PO Box 830. Canal Street Station. New York, NY 10013. For more information, call the Child Support Helpline at 888-208-4485 (or 866-875-9975 if you have trouble hearing).

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13-14 years – Growing Up NYC

13-14 years. Your teenager is going through a lot of changes! At this stage, they may finish middle school and start high school, begin first jobs, experience puberty, and get interested in romantic relationships. Your teen’s friends may become a more important part of their life, but you can remain important, too.

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Youth Experiencing Homelessness - Generation NYC

Whatever your situation, NYC has resources to make sure you have a safe place to stay and get the support you need to reach your goals.

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Young Parents - Generation NYC

Check out resources for young parents in NYC to get support with education, jobs, child care, finances, emotional well-being, and parenting skills.

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Borough Arts Festivals – Growing Up NYC

The Borough Arts Festivals are year-end events to celebrate the talents and creativity of students and their teachers. This year’s arts exhibitions and performances will take place virtually. See the festival in your borough: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, or Staten Island.

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15-16 years – Growing Up NYC

Around 15–16 years old, most teens: Have early work experience. Show more independence from parents or caregivers. Are more willing to share. Develop more intimate relationships. Communication. Begin to express more interest in moral issues. May seem moodier and use harsh language when talking. Learn more defined work habits.

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Pre-K for All - Growing Up NYC

Children who attend Pre-K for All programs get a strong start in school and life. They learn to problem-solve, ask questions, and explore the world around them. Pre-K programs provide children across NYC with a safe, nurturing learning community. Applications for the 2021-22 school year is closed. If you are new to NYC or missed the pre-K ...

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Medicaid for Pregnant Women - Growing Up NYC

To get referral to a pregnancy care provider. Call the New York State Growing Up Healthy Hotline at 800-522-5006. Visit the New York State Department of Health. Call the Human Resources Administration at 718-557-1399. Updated June 22, 2021.

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NeON Nutrition Kitchens - Growing Up NYC

Visit a NeON Nutrition Kitchen center at one of the following locations: Bronx 198 East 161st Street, Bronx, NY 10451. Probation clients: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm. Community Day: Fridays, 9am – 12pm. Brooklyn 345 Adams Street, 6th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201. Probation clients: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm. Community Day: Fridays, 9am ...

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Programs – Growing Up NYC

Experiencias de verano pagas para los jóvenes. Programa de Empleo de Verano para Jóvenes. NYC Departamento de Desarrollo de la Juventud y la Comunidad. SYEP les proporciona a los jóvenes de 14 a 24 años experiencias de verano pagas por hasta seis semanas. Trabajo Adolescente Adulto joven.

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Accelerated Study in Associate Programs - Growing Up NYC

CUNY ASAP helps students earn an associate degree within three years by providing financial, academic, and personal support. Benefits include an ASAP advisor, career development support, tuition help for students on financial aid, and more. The program is available at nine CUNY colleges in all five boroughs. Other program benefits include free ...

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Trips - Generation NYC

Trips - Generation NYC

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Summer in the City 2021 – Program and Event Submission ...

Content for youth (13 – 24) will be posted on The Summer in the City 2021 Youth addition on Generation NYC and content for children and families will be posted on Summer in the City 20201 – Family Edition on Growing Up NYC. City and community partners are invited to submit content to be featured. Programs and events should be: free or low-cost.

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9 месяцев — Growing Up NYC

9 месяцев. Ваш малыш изучает мир через прикосновения, наблюдение и игру. Все то время, которое вы уделяете ему — это мощный толчок для его развития! Примерно в этом возрасте ваш малыш может ...

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Learn & Earn (formerly the In-School Youth Program ...

A year-round program for high school juniors and seniors at risk of dropping out of school. The program provides participants with job skills training, employment services, and educational opportunities. Must have a Social Security Number. Must be able to work legally in US. Enroll between September 1 - 30.

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PSAL Summer - Generation NYC

PSAL Summer - Generation NYC

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Employment - Generation NYC

Learn about employment, including job training, how to find and get work, and jobs and internships open to teens and young adults in NYC.

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Programa de Empleo de Verano para Jóvenes - Growing Up NYC

Programa de Empleo de Verano para Jóvenes (SYEP) | NYC Departamento de Desarrollo de la Juventud y la Comunidad. Si tienes entre 14 y 24 años, puedes obtener una experiencia de verano paga a través del Programa de Empleo Juvenil durante el Verano (SYEP). Hay empleos en el gobierno, en museos, en el área de los deportes y más.

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IDNYC - Growing Up NYC

IDNYC is a free government-issued photo ID card for people over 10 years old who live in NYC. It can help you get City services, museum memberships, and more. All New Yorkers 10 and older, regardless of immigration status, can apply for an IDNYC card. Requires proof of identity and where you live.

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Finding an Apartment - Generation NYC

Learn more about how to find an apartment, weigh your options, and pay rent, including your rights as a tenant and getting financial help.

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LGBTQ Coronavirus Resources — NYC Unity Project ...

LGBTQ Coronavirus Resources — NYC Unity Project ...

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Topics - Generation NYC

Topics - Generation NYC

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Summer Guide – Growing Up NYC

Check out our Summer in the City Family Edition, with more ways to enjoy and take advantage of summer including: free events and activities, local destinations such as pools and beaches, and support for families such as food, cash, and more. Explore more this summer. See 18 programs.