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For more than a century, Greenwich House has brought people together to overcome big-city isolation and the problems that go with it, making them feel at home in their communities. We've continuously offered New York City residents services that address the issues impacting their daily lives.
Today, we operate 12 different social, medical, mental-health, educational and cultural programs that serve the needs of more than 10,000 New Yorkers annually. From childcare to substance abuse to vocational services—we're here to help.
Greenwich House Pottery
Ceramics classes for all ages, artist exhibitions and residencies, arts education and outreach.
Greenwich House Music School
Music instruction for youth and adults, concerts, visual and other art programs for children, music education outreach to NYC public schools, recitals and and more.
Greenwich House After-School and Summer Camp
Programs that provides children ages 5-17 (Summer Camp 7-14) the opportunity to learn and have fun outside of school by tapping into their interests in the arts through a unique curricula.
Barrow Street Nursery at Greenwich House
Private progressive nursery school offering an enriched education program focusing on academics, the art and social skills for ages 2 to 5.
Judith C. White Senior Center
A community center for social, cultural, health and recreational activities and daily congregate meals of breakfast and lunch.
Senior Health & Consultation Center
The only one of its kind in lower Manhattan providing mental health care, home health care and other services for the elderly.
Children's Safety Project
A treatment and prevention program for abused children and their families.
Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program
Outpatient clinic dispenses methadone, offers individual and group counseling, medical treatment, harm reduction and vocational counseling.
Chemical Dependency Program
Provides diagnosis, treatment and medically supervised drug-free counseling to substance abusers and their families.
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.
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