Greenwich House Historic Highlights

Take a step back in time and learn about the roots of Greenwich Village and the important role Greenwich House played in the neighborhood’s early development.  Read More»

In Recognition of Dedicated Service

Congratulations to a great friend of Greenwich House and the field of Chemical Dependency.  Read More»

A Donor Makes a Difference

New York has always been known as a sprawling metropolis that can sometimes seem impersonal and overwhelming; but, when you get down to the heart of the city, the people living here have truly found a community. They know that to be a New Yorker means to share something, and when an organization proves itself as an integral part of the community, its neighbors will share of themselves to ensure its vital work reaches those in need.  Read More»

National Recovery Month

September carries with it many meanings — back to school, the start of fall and football season. But one that may sometimes be overlooked is the celebration of recovery: September is National Recovery Month.  Read More»

Greenwich House Staff Appears in Council Symposium

On Friday, April 23, Amanda Glass, Clinical Supervisor at the Greenwich House Chemical Dependency Program, participated in a panel discussion as part of the first symposium series by the Manhattan Borough on Chemical Dependency.  Read More»

Looking at HIV "Rationally"

Scientist Elizabeth Pisani, an AIDS researcher who looks at how real-world behaviors affect transmission of the AIDS virus, takes a rational look at the data behind the disease. Watch her discussion online.   Read More»

Greenwich House Supports its Seniors in Fight for St. Vincent’s

Poetry Instructor Celebrates 95th Birthday!

The Judith C. White Senior Center recently welcomed friends, poetry group members, media, and more, for the birthday party of one of its most vibrant and renowned members. Sarah Zenis, who has led the poetry group for more than a decade, celebrated her 95th birthday this January at the Senior Center on Barrow Street in the heart of Greenwich Village.  Read More»

About Greenwich House

Greenwich House is a registered 501 c(3) organization and a member of the United Neighborhood Houses of New York. If you are interested in learning more about the network of settlement houses and the work they do, click here

Greenwich House is proud to be a Better Business Bureau accredited charity.

Greenwich House is proud to be a Gold-level GuideStar Exchange participant, demonstrating our commitment to transparency.

Greenwich House is a proud member of FPWA. 

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