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We have many different programs and services available to support your family. Please fill out the form here below and we’ll reach out.
Learn More about NAC’s Programs that are accepting referrals
Family Mental Health Clinic
Our on-site Article 31 licensed Mental Health Clinic provides an array of child-focused and family friendly, out-patient mental health care.
Building Block: Nurturing Parent-Child Bonding
Facilitating bonding and attachment between caregivers and young children.
Peter Haje Autism Center
Providing accessible, successful interventions and treatments for children on the autism spectrum.
Champions for Children’s Health (Home Health Care Managment)
With a team of Master’s level Care Managers, NAC’s Champions for Children’s Health program offers individualized case management and care coordination to children up to age 21 who have significant medical, developmental and behavioral health needs.
Partners In Parenting
After Care that helps families stay together and children with special medical needs thrive.
Post Legal Adoption Network
Ensuring that adoptive families who assume the unique joys and challenges of raising a child with a disability or chronic illness get the specialized support services they need.
Regional Permanency Center
Providing a supportive community to adoptive and guardianship families.
Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (CFFTS)
Providing one-on-one rehabilitative and clinical services at home and in the community for children with the most significant medical and behavioral health needs.
Healthy @ Home
Ensuring children grow up at home, and not a hospital.
NAC Food Bank
Providing nourishing groceries and supplies to those most in need.
Youth Strong Program
Supportive services and empowering, engaging, and socialization groups for pre-teens, teenagers and their families.
Become a Foster Parent
If you are ready to open your heart and home to a child with special needs, NAC will be there to support you every step of the way.
Food Bank for New York City
To end hunger by organizing food, information and support for community survival and dignity. Food Bank For New York City has been working to end food poverty in our five boroughs for over 36 years. As the city’s largest hunger-relief organization, we employ a multifaceted approach centered on helping low-income New Yorkers overcome their circumstances and achieve greater independence.
NYC Shelter System
Governed by a unique right to shelter mandate, New York City provides temporary emergency shelter to every man, woman, and child who is eligible for services, every night. This policy sets New York apart from municipalities across the nation−many of which turn homeless individuals and families away once shelters have filled up or simply put their names on a waiting list.
New York City’s shelter system is consistently recognized as the most sophisticated and comprehensive in the nation. The City is also an innovative leader in the field of preventive services for those who are at risk of becoming homeless. All New Yorkers should be proud to live in a city that focuses intently on prevention efforts at the forefront of its policies, while providing shelter as a safety net for those in need.
Visit NYC Department of Homeless Services
311 is a non-emergency phone number that people can call in many cities to find information about services, make complaints, or report problems like graffiti or road damage. Even in cities where a different phone number is used, 311 is the generally recognized moniker for non-emergency phone systems.
The Bottomless Closet
The Bottomless Closet experience is all about making women feel confident, prepared, and empowered to ace their job interviews, start that new job, and begin their journey to self-sufficiency. Upon arriving at Bottomless Closet, each woman is paired up one-on-one with a volunteer career coach who will handle the duration of the appointment. They will begin in the boutique, where they can pick out professional clothing, shoes, and accessories that will help them give a sparkling first impression.
NYC Housing Lottery
NYC Housing Connect is New Yorkers’ portal to find and apply for affordable housing opportunities across the five boroughs of New York City. In July 2020, HPD and HDC launched a new version of NYC Housing Connect. We’ve taken your feedback and designed the website to make the affordable housing application process easier, more accessible, and user-friendly.
Visit the new NYC Housing Connect now to register, then find and apply for affordable housing opportunities!
Report Child Abuse & Neglect
- General Public: 1(800) 342-3720.
- Mandated Reporters: 1(800) 635-1522.
- Deaf/Hard of Hearing: 1(800) 638-5163.
- You can also call 311 in NYC.