Emergency financial assistance, employment and unemployment benefits, food stamps, food pantries and soup kitchens, health care, and other benefits.
Recreational and community organizations, and volunteer and donation opportunities.
Assistance for families, women, seniors, people with disabilities, homeless people, immigrants, and veterans.
Intensive mentoring and advocacy program for young people on probation
Several NYC laws require covered employers pay no less than stated wages in certain circumstances.
School-based community centers serving children age 6 and older and adults.
Learn how the City is finding new ways to tackle the crisis affecting young black and Latino men.