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Social Service Organizations in New York, NY
1.NEW HOPE FAMILY SERVICES
3519 James St192.04 mi Syracuse, NY Social Service OrganizationsAbortion AlternativesAdoption ServicesPregnancy Counseling
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2.Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York
65 Broadway Ste 5050.58 mi New York, NY Health Plans-Information & Referral ServiceCareer & Vocational CounselingSocial Service OrganizationsMedical Clinics
The Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York is a non-profit social service organization and dedicated to improving the quality life of people with epilepsy and their families. Our program services are available to residents of New York City and Westchester County. Services are made possible through contractual agreements. All informational services are provided free of charge. Some programs have admissions criteria.
3.Jewish Braille Institute
110 E 30th St2.36 mi New York, NY Blind & Vision Impaired ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsHuman Services Organizations
The JBI Library provides individuals who are blind, visually impaired, physically handicapped or reading disabled with books, magazines and special publications of Jewish and general interest in Audio, Large Print and Braille formats. The unique services provided by JBI, all of which are free of charge, enable over 35,000 children, adults and seniors from New York to New Zealand, from Ft. Lauderdale to Moscow, from Tel Aviv to Buenos Aires to participate fully in the life of their communities. JBI International is a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the cultural needs of the visually impaired, blind, physically handicapped and reading disabled of all ages and backgrounds.
4.Jelly Bean Group Family Day Care
516 E 84th St Apt 1E - 1W5.04 mi New York, NY Preschools & KindergartenEducational ServicesChild CareNursery Schools
We left Wee Care and enrolled our daughter at Jellybean. I couldn't be more happier with the school and my daughter is also very happy. The facility is very clean, and the children are always happy because the teachers are always attentive to them. At Wee Care there was so much screaming and crying and my daughter would start to cry as soon as we walked in to the place. Not the case at Jellybean. This is the best Daycare center in NYC. I highly recommend it to parents, you will be very satisfied.
5.Parkinson's Disease Foundation
650 W 168th St9.34 mi New York, NY Business & Trade OrganizationsCharitiesSocial Service Organizations
The Parkinson's Disease Foundation (PDF) is a leading national presence in Parkinson's disease research, education and public advocacy. We are working for the nearly one million people in the US who live with Parkinson's by funding promising scientific research to find the causes of and a cure for Parkinson's while supporting people with Parkinson's, their families and caregivers through educational programs and support services. Since its founding in 1957, PDF has funded over $80 million worth of scientific research in Parkinson's disease, supporting the work of leading scientists throughout the world. At the heart of PDF's work is the participation of people with Parkinson's. Whether it is through our People with Parkinson's Advisory Council, which advises us on all projects, or the Clinical Research Learning Institute, which trains people with PD to play a part in clinical research - the perspective of people living with Parkinson's ensures that our work is on target and meets the needs of the community. PDF offers a variety of educational publications and programs for people with Parkinson's, their caregivers and families and allied health professionals. These materials can help answer questions about Parkinson's disease symptoms, medications, medical care, exercise and nutrition, among other issues.
6.Pathways To Freedom, Inc.
Serving the New York, NY area Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersMedical ClinicsCounseling Services
Pathways To Freedom, Inc., is a small non-profit agency that provides education and support services to people with addictions. The services we offer include alcohol prevention, crisis counseling, family recovery, and much more. For more information, contact us today!
39 W 14th St1.65 mi New York, NY Social Service OrganizationsHuman Services OrganizationsMental Health Clinics & InformationMental Health Services
About Identity House Identity House, established in 1971, is the oldest continuously operating all-volunteer organization of lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual people in New York City. We provide a unique service as a peer-counseling center for the community offering a walk-in counseling and referral center as well as weekly groups where people can talk about issues related to sexual identity. Our counselors and facilitators see several thousand people each year. We also sponsor Men's and Women's Conferences and workshops during the year on a variety of issues. Identity House is a counseling services non-profit organization. The purpose of Identity House is to create an all-volunteer community in which to provide services for the support and encouragement of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults who are struggling with issues of sexuality, alienation, relationships and family.
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