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Our roots in New York City go all the way back to the turn of the 20th century, to a time when our city—and its many social problems—were growing at an incredible pace. Take a look at what it was like in the early days of Greenwich House, which first opened its doors on Thanksgiving day in 1902 to improve the lives of the expanding immigrant populations. Since then, we've expanded and grown with the changing city, but the one thing that remains crucial to our success are the people who come through our doors.
||Greenwich House Opens at 26 Jones Street on Thanksgiving Day
|1905||Greenwich House Music is established|
|1909||Greenwich House Pottery is established
|1917||27 Barrow Street opens|
||Nursery School established
|1928||16 Jones Street opens|
|1964||First Counseling Center for narcotics addiction licensed in New York State extablished
|1966||Greenwich House Senior Center Opens|
|1970||Methadone Treatment Program begins
|1974||Senior Health and Consultation Center established
|1987||Children's Safety Project and AIDS Mental Health Project initiated
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Greenwich House is a registered 501 c(3) organization and a member of the United Neighborhood Houses of New York.
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