Thank You to Our Donors

On Tuesday, October 4, 2011 Greenwich House hosted it's annual Donor Breakfast in recognition of all those who have supported our programs in the most recent fiscal year. This year, our special honoree was Annie Dickerson of the Paul E. Singer Family Foundation.   Read More»

Clinic Provides Continuous Service Through Transition With Support from State Offices

With unparalleled cooperation from all invested parties, Greenwich House has successfully relocated it’s Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program to a temporary clinic in the Beth Israel system, while its future permanent home remains under construction.  Read More»

In Remembrance

The Greenwich House Caring Community Center at Independence Plaza makes its home in the shadow of the World Trade Center and, like the rest of New York and the United States, was deeply affected by the events of September 11, 2001. To commemorate the 10th Anniversary, the Center welcomed New York State Senator Dan Squadron and New York City Councilwoman Margaret Chin for a memorial breakfast, where members gathered, shared memories, lit candles and recognized all who were personally  touched by the tragic day.   Read More»

It's the "Summer of Taste": Earn up to $25 for Your Ticket to Taste 2012

Whet your palate for Taste during our special summer promotion! When you visit the restaurants that participated in Taste 2011 you can earn a discount on your ticket to the 10th Anniversary of A Taste of Greenwich House, taking place Monday, March 12, 2012 Read More»

Explore Artisanal Wines with the Advisory Council

The Greenwich House Advisory Council invites you to experience artisanal wines of France, Italy and Germany at a wine tasting at Moore Brothers Wines (33 East 20th Street), on Thursday, August 4 from 6:00 - 8:30 pm.

Proceeds from the event will benefit The Children’s Safety Project. Purchase tickets now Read More»

Greenwich House Mobilizes to Save Senior Services

On July 1st, Greenwich House assumed the operation of three senior centers of The Caring Community. This transfer of the centers was the result of a year-long strategic alliance between Greenwich House and The Caring Community, a joint effort to help preserve senior services in Greenwich Village.   Read More»

CSP Director Responds to Abuse Study in NYT

A study recently published by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice argues that the abuse against children by priests or elders in the church resulted from the influence of the sexual environment of the '60s and '70s. Dr. Roberta Shafter, Director of the Children's Safety Project works with victims of abuse and their families every day who must overcome such experiences and know the trauma that comes with them.

The molestation of children does not represent a rational thought process, says Dr. Shafter in her letter to the editor recently published in the New York Times, responding to its coverage of the study.   Read More»

Thank You For Your Support

Greenwich House extends its thanks to all those who donated to the Annual Spring Fundraising Appeal. Your contributions help us to remain vital and enable us to provide an array of crucial services to thousands each year.   Read More»

May is Mental Health Month




At Greenwich House, we welcome Spring by celebrating May as Mental Health Month.

Please enjoy some of our favorite mental health tips and support the needs of New Yorkers on the path to improved mental health. Make a contribution today Read More»

Thank You American Eagle!

Clients at our social service clinics recently put together a scrapbook thank you card for the clothing donations they regularly receive from American Eagle.   Read More»

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