Chemical Dependency Program (CDP) Wins Community Partnership Award

Mutual of America Community Partnership AwardMutual of America recognized Greenwich House for its contributions to the community with its 2010 Community Partnership Award. The award, now in its 15th year, includes a national competition demonstrating each nominee’s community partnerships, the ability of the program to be replicated by others and its capacity to stimulate new approaches to addressing social issues.   Read More»

Update: Senior Center Closed Monday

The Senior Center will be closed on Monday 1/24/11 for routine floor maintenance. Members may attend programs through the Caring Community at the following locations: 20 Washington Square North; 25 Carmine Street

MMTP Healing With Art

For many years now, the use of art as a therapeutic tool has been recognized as beneficial, often resulting in feelings of "catharsis, sublimation, and creativity."   Read More»

Donate to Greenwich House Every Time You Buy Amazon


Greenwich House is an official Amazon Associate! This means that every time you make a purchase on Amazon through our site, a portion of the purchase will be donated back to Greenwich House.  Read More»

Driven to Serve? Join Your Local Community Board.

Have you always wanted to serve your community? Manhattan has 12 Community Boards with about half of the 600 available seats up for appointment. If you've always wanted to have a greater impact in your neighborhood, consider becoming a part of your local Board.   Read More»

An Evening for the Senses to Benefit Greenwich House Arts

Thursday, December 9 2010

Many thanks to our event sponsors.

Thank you to all who came out in support of Greenwich House Arts. We hope you enjoyed the 2010 Greenwich House Arts Benefit.

A special thanks to Jorma Kaukonen, Barry Mitterhoff, Steven Oquendo and the Latin Jazz Orchestra and Robert Verdi, who helped make the evening so memorable. Read more to view photos from the event.  Read More»

World AIDS Day 2010

On December 1 Greenwich House joined with thousands of others around the country and world in celebrating World AIDS Day.   Read More»

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»

About Greenwich House

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