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Multi-Service Agencies

BROWNSVILLE HERITAGE HOUSE INC.
Services: Provide multi-cultural programs for youth, families, and senior citizens. They promote the expression and understanding of our vast cultural heritage (particularly the African-American and Latino cultures) with emphasis on literacy and developing educational skills. Services are provided to persons 3 to 21 years old and seniors. Resources are available to the adult population by appointment only.
Hours of Operation: By Appointment
Address: 581 Mother Gaston Boulevard
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (718) 385-1111

BROWNSVILLE IN VIOLENCE OUT
Brownsville In Violence Out (a CAMBA initiatve)works with the community towards ending violence by mediating conflicts on the spot, preventing retaliations, mentoring individuals at risk of being involved in gun violence, helping families heal from the loss of a loved one to violence, planning community activities and events to promote peace, and responding to incidents of violence.
Address: 1667 Pitkin Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (347) 782-2279

BROWNSVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD OPPORTUNITY NETWORK
The Brownsville Neighborhood Opportunity Network (NeON) is a network of community organizations, government agencies, local businesses, and community residents focused on connecting probation clients who live in the neighborhood to opportunities, resources, and services within the Brownsville community.
Address: 444 Thomas S. Boyland Street - Suite 106
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (718) 345-1351

BROWNSVILLE PARTNERSHIP
An initiative of Community Solutions, Inc., the Brownsville Partnership is an expanded homelessness prevention and community development initiative that takes a holistic approach to neighborhood revitalization. The Partnership is a combined initiative of high performing providers of housing, family support, education, and health services led by Community Solutions that is knitting together a bold plan for the physical and social renewal of the community in collaboration with community residents.
Address: 519 Rockaway Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (929) 252-9286

CENTRAL BROOKLYN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
CBEDC's primary objectives are to: Provide the Brownsville community with a safe and healthy environment, Promote high expectations for participants, Foster positive relationships with adults and peers, Encourage a sense of community, Support the needs of low-income families; Programs include Access Services - Each participant/family is unique, therefore an Individualized Plan is developed and tailored towards their needs along with the identification of immediate and long-term goals. Education and Career Counseling.
Address: 444 Thomas S. Boyland Street
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (718) 498-4513/15

COMMUNITY SERVICES HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORP.
Address: 319 Rockaway Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11233
Phone: (718) 498-2700

FEDERATION OF MULTICULTURAL PROGRAMS, INC.
Services: Cultural activities, group homes for the developmentally disabled, conflict counseling for parents and students with truancy problems.
Group Homes for Developmentally Disabled: Provides community residences for individuals who are not able to work and require intensive training and care, and for individuals who are able to function independently and have the ability to secure and maintain employment. Respite Overnight care: Provides temporary overnight and weekend residential care for developmentally disabled individuals.
Day Rehabilitation: Provides adult day programs for developmentally disabled adults.
Community Achievement Projects (CAPS): This program focuses on young students with attendance problems.
Address: 2 Van Sinderen Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11207
Phone: (718) 345-9500

HOPE AND HEALING FAMILY CENTER
Hope and Healing Family Center is a community birthing services program focusing on empowering, educating, and strengthening family composition.  They support the birth you want, offer physical and emotional support, help you deal with the unexpected, help you have an unmedicated birth, offer Dancing through Pregnancy referrals, support for fathers or partners, and breast milk depot.
Address: 444 Thomas S. Boyland Street
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (347) 384-1494

OCEAN HILL - BROWNSVILLE COALITION OF YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
Address: P.O. Box 120032
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (347) 779-1350
Email: ohbcyp@gmail.com

POWER OF 2
Power of 2 supports parents in providing their babies with the development foundation they need to become healthy, happy, successful adults.
Address: 400 Rockaway Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (718) 298-4611

RBSCC HOMEBASE PROGRAM
HomeBase seeks to help individuals and families living in overcrowded or unbearable living situations (subject to becoming homeless) find solutions to avoid entering the shelter system.
Address: 145 East 98th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (917) 817-3200

SCO PREVENTIVE SERVICES
Through a combination of center-based workshops and counseling, SCO works closely with families who have experienced crises and helps prevent crisis situations in the future.
Areas Served: 11212 and 11233 Zip Codes
Address: 519 Rockaway Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (718) 342-4254

SEAMEN'S SOCIETY FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
The Society's goal is to build a brighter future for their families and for the young people who use their services - particularly their Independent Living and Youth Service programs. They are committed to their mission of helping young people plan for their future and empowering them to set high expectations for themselves by: Recruiting and training the best foster parents to care for their children, providing a smooth and swift adoption process to secure permanency for children who cannot return to their birth parents, developing youth programs that prepare foster children and community youth for the world or work, initiating an effective education program to help foster children and other society youth achieve their full scholastic potential, and providing scholarship assistance to their high school graduates while they attend college or pursue specialized vocation education.
Hours of Operation: 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. (Monday-Friday)
Address: 1668 Pitkin Avenue, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11212
Phone: (718) 447-7740

URBAN STRATEGIES, INC.
Services: Youth Employment (ages 17 to 21), Headstart and day care centers, Teen Pregnancy program (ages 10-17), Transitional Shelter (16-21), Maternity Shelter, Low income housing, Youth build (ages 17-24)
Address: 294 Sumpter Street
Brooklyn, New York 11233
Phone: (718) 919-3600

WOMEN'S PRISON ASSOCIATION
Women's Prison Association's Family Treatment & Rehabilitation Program (FT/R) promotes safety and well-being of children in high risk families when a caretaker or child's substance use or mental health disorder places the child at risk of foster care placement or replacement.
Address: 2632 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11207
Phone: (718) 687-4720