We invite you to use our new SICPP Referral/Follow-up Tracking Sheet for referrals made. A referral is defined as a linkage between two or more organizations, groups or persons that results in providing services, information or collaboration that provides a program, service or training for staff, residents or clients.
Purpose and Goal: To track service referrals made between Community Partnership members. To enhance service referrals, data collection and reporting.
Please be advised that this is not an all-inclusive list of partners. We hope that many will utilize the information found on this page. We invite you to scroll down to view the information we have provided on some of our partnering agencies and organizations.
The 1199SEIU Employment Center has been providing full placement services including resume reviews, applicant screening, face-to-face interviews, and referrals by matching applicant qualifications to vacancy requirements. Intake sessions are conducted on a weekly basis for applicants who have passed through an initial resume and phone screen process. The intake sessions are designed to have our recruiters meet one on one with candidates to guide them through the interview process. We welcome both Clinical and non- clinical workers to apply. Our Goal is to serve the Staten Island Community and we strive to be your Employment Center of choice! Contact: Vivian Paolillo / Debbie Spadafora- |Job Service Coordinators | 790 Port Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10302 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone:718-448-7482 | Fax:718-448-8106
A Mother’s Vision is a business that services the whole family. We want to help ensure that every child is given the opportunity to grow, succeed, and not feel displaced or left out, and that the parents/guardians are not feeling left alone and unaware in their child's education. We also help our seniors with the Medicaid application process. We also offer consultations on long-term care options. Contact: Laurine Melville | CEO | email@example.com | 877-205-6975 or 718-812-1074
The Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) protects and promotes safety and well-being of New York City’s children and families by providing child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care and education services.
In child welfare, ACS contracts with private nonprofit organizations to support and stabilize families at risk of a crisis through preventive services, and provides foster care services for children not able to safely remain at home.
Each year, the agency’s Division of Child Protection conducts more than 55,000 investigations of suspected child abuse or neglect.
In juvenile justice, ACS manages and funds services including detention and placement, intensive community-based alternatives for youth, and support services for families.
The Adult Day Health Care Program at Sea View Hospital is a medical model day program. We have a full calendar of events each month and we provide Physical Therapy, Podiatry, Dental visits, Nutritional counseling. We have a contract with the VA and cater to our Veterans. We have an art program and a beautician on the premises. We serve a light breakfast and a full hot lunch. Come and join the fun. Contact Linda.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-317-3249
Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City Since 1904, our mission has been to give all children in New York City who face adversity an opportunity to experience a strong, enduring professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationship with adults that will help change their lives for the better. We partner with families, volunteers, organizations, and the community to inspire positive change in all. Every year, BBBS of NYC connects more than 5,000 of these kids with a “Big” who can help them believe that their present situation doesn’t have to be their future. Contact: Michael Coughlin | email@example.com | www.bbbs.org
Children's Aid helps children in poverty to succeed and thrive. We do this by providing comprehensive supports to children and their families in targeted high-needs New York City neighborhoods. Contact: Frances Lopez, LMSW | Program Director, General Preventive | 347-291-8601. Bob Sloan | Program Director, Foster Care | 718-273-5305. Ilene Pappert | Director, Goodhue Center | 718-447-2630. Linda McAndrew, BC-DMT, LCAT | Director, Family Functional Therapy (FFT) | 347-291-8701. Richmond Early Learning Center | 718-727-6660
The mission of Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC) is to address the total needs of Staten Island’s adults, age 60 and older to assist them in leading viable independent lives in the community.
CASC has developed long-standing relationships since its inception in 1974, with providers of social, legal, medical and judicial services throughout New York City providing Staten Island Seniors with provisions of higher caliber.
CASC provides the following services: Case Assistance, Case Management, Community Education Seminars, Crime Prevention Education, Crime Victims’ Assistance, Elder Abuse Counseling/Advocacy, Entitlement/Benefit Application Assistance, Housing Application Assistance, Information and Referral Services, NY Connects: Staten Island, Senior Center Services, and Transportation. Contact: Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC) | 56 Bay Street, 5th Floor, Staten Island, NY, 10301 | 718-981-6226
At the Community Health Center of Richmond (CHCR), a not-for-profit health center, we believe the best medical care comes from teamwork, and the most important person on our team is the patient. As a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), CHCR partners with you, your family, and your health care providers to deliver top-quality care. CHCR offers comprehensive medical and specialty services for the whole family, including primary care, dental care, podiatry, pediatrics, behavioral health, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, geriatric care, nutrition, and diabetes care management. At CHCR health care is delivered to all, offering sliding-fee discounts based on family size and income. CHCR also offers additional support services, including case management and home visiting services for prenatal mothers, breastfeeding support, educational workshops, insurance enrollment and more. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.chcrichmond.org/
Division of Child and Family Well-Being will elevate the Administration for Children's Services’ work to promote well-being, opportunities and access to resources—from health, education, and employment to other domains that contribute to well-being.
As we expand primary preventive services and are better able to reach families and children long before they are in crisis, this Division will work collaboratively throughout the agency and with our partners to build the assets and resilience of our children, families and communities. Working collaboratively with our partner agencies, organizations and community members, it will develop new ways for families to access information, services, resources, and community supports.
The Department Of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) Healthy Homes Program offers FREE workshops to parents and staff about preventing lead poisoning and other environmental home health hazards (i.e. mold, pest, smoking and asthma triggers). To schedule a training, email Sandra Smartt at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646-632-6015. To learn more information about lead poisoning, visit www.nyc.gov/lead. Contact: Charlene Gordon, MPA | Public Health Educator, III | New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Healthy Homes Program | 125 Worth Street, 6th Floor, CN-58, NewYork, N.Y. 10013 | email@example.com | Tel: 646-632-6022 | Fax: 347-396-8885 | Website: www.nyc.gov/health
The Early Childhood Direction Center (ECDC) funded by the New York State Education Department, provides free confidential information and referral for families and professionals about services for children birth through age five with suspected or diagnosed developmental delays or disabilities. In addition, we link families to respite and recreation programs, support groups, counseling, medical services, and other supports. We also provide ongoing community training programs to both parents and professionals. The Staten Island ECDC is locally sponsored by Staten Island University Hospital, North well Health. Contact: Denise Dobrin | Family Services Coordinator, Early Childhood Direction Center, Staten Island University Hospital | 242 Mason Avenue, 1st Floor, Staten Island, NY 10305 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 718 226-6670 | Fax: 718-226-6385 | Website: www.northwell.edu
Families On The Move of New York City, Inc. (FOTM) is the first 501(c) 3 non-profit, grassroots, family run, and youth guided organization to emerge out of the New York City System of Care. We are dedicated to providing support, education, and advocacy for families and caregivers of children, and youth across systems who experience or are at risk of experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health or substance abuse challenges. YASEEP is one of FOTM newest programs. The programs objective is to develop the academic and professional skills of young adults (ages 17-25), that are enrolled in secondary or post- secondary school and who have experienced systems involvement. Young adults will be coached and mentored and provided with workforce development training to prepare them to be successful in a work environment and translate that success into productive careers after graduation. YASEEP also hosts an Open Closet which provides professional clothing to job seekers between the hours of 10am – 2pm, Monday thru Friday. Referral, resume and scheduled interview are required. The FOTM Training Institute offers several trainings in the areas of advocacy, family and youth engagement, strengthening families and preventive services. Family driven, youth guided and person centered, the trainings are designed to enhance advocacy skills, build better partnerships and collaborative relationships between family members, youth and providers, and strengthen the skills of parents/caregivers of children who have emotional, behavioral, mental health or substance abuse challenges. The Training Institute offers the following trainings: •Peer Recovery Coach Academy •Mental Health First Aid/Youth Mental Health First Aid •Medication Assisted Treatment Training (MAT) •Motivational Interviewing (MI) •SBIRT Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment •Strengthening Multi-Ethnic Families & Communities Parenting/Managing Anger/Circle of Security •Trauma Informed Practice 2.0 •Recovery/Resiliency 101 •Creating a Welcoming Experience •One Less Peer to Peer Substance Use Prevention •Just the Basics Systems Navigation & Advocacy •Just the Basics Youth Advocacy 101 •Transition Age Youth & Adult Partnerships •Getting a Job 101. Contact: Tina Gibbs | Program Director, YASEEP | 358 St. Marks Place, Suite 302, Staten Island, NY 10301 | email@example.com | Phone: 347-682-4870 | Fax: 718-447-6539 | Website: www.fotmnyc.org
As a mission-driven health plan, Fidelis Care offers quality, affordable coverage for children and adults of all ages and at all stages of life. With more than 1.6 million members Statewide, Fidelis Care was founded on the belief that all New Yorkers should have access to affordable, quality health insurance. For more information, call Fidelis Care at 1-888-FIDELIS (1-888-343-3547) or visit fideliscare.org.
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Healthy Families Staten Island is a home visiting, primary prevention program offered by The New York Foundling, in partnership with Healthy Families New York. Our goal is to help parents meet the challenges of parenting and to ensure the healthy development of their children through a positive, strength-based approach. Our services are free and voluntary. We provide expectant and new parents ongoing, intensive home visiting services beginning prenatally or shortly after the birth of the child. We link the family to a medical home in the community and promote well baby visits and immunizations as outlined by the time schedule set by the Department of Health. To be eligible, a family must either be pregnant or have an infant less than three months of age. The family must also live in one of five zip codes: 10301, 10302, 10303, 10304, and 10310. Website: www.nyfoundling.org
IlluminArt Productions empowers students to utilize theater as a tool to write and perform plays that illuminate critical social issues, creating conversation for positive change. Theater is utilized as a vehicle for empowerment. Participants explore topics, improvise, study playwriting, learn acting skills, and perform, giving them a voice. Topics we have addressed with our students include: bullying and violence/conflict resolution; underage and excessive drinking; immigration; childhood obesity; prescription drug and heroin use; and dealing with loss. In addition to facilitating school residencies in play-writing and performance, our Touring Company of professional actors brings performances to schools and community based organizations on these topics. For more information visit www.illuminart.org or contact Arlene Sorkin | 347-951-9650 | firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about booking a performance contact Victoria Venezia | email@example.com.
The JCC Cornerstone program is a free program funded by the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD). We offer an extensive After School Program for children in elementary school. Our program includes but is not limited to: Homework help, STEM, Arts & Crafts and computer lab. During the evening hours we are open for students of middle school, High School and Adults. We offer a variety of activities, as well as, the use of a weight room and computer lab.
During the summer months we are unique in that we offer academics for our campers, as well as fun activities and trips. Because we are sponsored by DYCD our camp is free to the community and therefore spots fill up quickly. We also have extended hours and trips for our teens and adults during the summer months.
For more information call or even better, stop by and speak with a knowledgeable team member. Contact: Denise Taylor | Director or Rebecca Catalan | Program Coordinator | JCC Cornerstone Program @ Todt Hill | 255 Westwood Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10314 | 718-761-4393 or 718-761-4258. We have two other locations in Staten Island: JCC Cornerstone @ Richmond Terrace -71 Jersey Street and JCC Cornerstone @ Carter Center - 230 Broad Street.
Literacy Inc.’s (LINC) mission is to engage families and community members to support young readers in high need neighborhoods. LINC harnesses the power that exists in every community to make literacy a value and right of all children.
LINC programs are found in every New York City borough and serve children from birth through third grade. We believe that "when a child reads, a community succeeds". Contact: www.lincnyc.org | 75 Clinton Street, Staten Island, NY, 10304 | Rosalind Diaz | Associate Director | firstname.lastname@example.org | 917-697-5783 or Michelle Hernandez | Community Manager | email@example.com | 347-216-7174
Literacy Partners strengthens families through a two-generation approach to education. With our free classes, low-income parents in New York City develop the literacy and language skills they need to succeed in today’s world. Our research-based curriculum also incorporates child development and parenting support to help parents boost their children’s early reading, school readiness, and social-emotional growth.
Services we offer include: English Classes for Parents, High School Equivalency classes, Home Libraries for low-income children, Workshops for parents in elementary schools and family literacy programs. Contact: Lionel Ouellette | Director of High School Equivalency and Staten Island Programs | firstname.lastname@example.org | 347-471-7565 or 646-237-0107 | 75 Maiden Lane, Suite 1102, New York, NY 10038 | Website: www.literacypartners.org
Los Niños Services: our mission is “to be of great service to others.” We strive to help young children and their families move forward in their lives, reaching towards their full potential, and enriching their lives. We provide early childhood special education services for children through early intervention, birth to 3 years old, ABA services through insurance, and training for parents as well as professionals. Our services include: Speech Therapy, Occupation Therapy, Physical Therapy, Service Coordinator, Special Instruction, Evaluations and ABA services. In addition to providing homecare services, Los Niños Services has an early intervention center based program located in Great Kills, Staten Island, where we provide group special instruction, ABA, and speech services. Contact: Lana Fargiano, MS Ed TSSLD | Program Manager | 4024 Amboy Road, Staten Island, NY 10308 | email@example.com |Phone: 718-984-9022 x223| Fax: 718-984-9620 | Website: www.losninos.com
The New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID) is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the improvement of human relationships and the strengthening of communities through providing mediation, conciliation, restorative practices, conflict coaching and youth development.
For more information on our programs please visit our website at www.nycid.org. You can also leave a detailed message on our Community Call Center Line @ 718-947-4031 and a Conflict Specialist will get back to you. If you are looking for specific information on NYCID’s Arches Program, you can contact that program directly by calling Julius Walker | Program Coordinator, ARCHES at New York Center for Interpersonal Development | 130 Stuyvesant Place, 4th floor, Staten Island, NY 10301 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Office: 718-947-4059 | Cell: 917-831-6465 | Fax: 718-876-6068 | TTY/TTD:800-662-1220
NY Connects is your trusted place to go for free, unbiased information and assistance for people of all ages, disability, caregivers, and helping professionals. NY Connects can provide assistance in all languages.
Some of the areas about which NY Connects staff provides information and assistance include but are not limited to the following: personal care services, understand care options, transportation, caregiver resources, Medicare and Medicaid, SNAP, various benefits/entitlements, legal resources, mental health supports and services, home repair/modification programs, housing, utility assistance, immigration and employment. Contact NY Connects: Staten Island for more information at 718-489-3954.
The New York Public Library is a free provider of education and information for the people of New York and beyond. With 92 locations—including research and branch libraries—throughout the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island, the Library offers free materials, computer access, classes, exhibitions, programming and more to everyone from toddlers to scholars. To learn more about us or to locate a branch on Staten Island near you, please visit us at www.nypl.org Contacts: Marie Coughlin | Associate Director-Staten Island Neighborhood Library Network | Todt Hill-Westerleigh Library | 2550 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, NY, 10314 | email@example.com | 718-698-5612 or Amelie Coutu | Children's Librarian | Port Richmond Library | 75 Bennett Street, Staten Island, NY 10302 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 718-442-0158
Person Centered Care Services (PCCS) is a not for profit organization creating opportunities for people with disabilities and their families in New York State area by providing supports such as education, employment, housing, counseling, and lifestyle skills. At PCCS we are advocates for social change and inclusive communities. For more than ten years, we have been hard at work to put an end to the negative stigma surrounding disabilities. Below is a list of programs and services we offer:
• Intake and Eligibility
• Medicaid Service Coordination
• Day Habilitation
• Residential Supports
• Employment Supports
• Community Habilitation
• Family, Education, and Training
• Fiscal Intermediary
• Informational Sessions
For additional information, please contact: Nicole Molinell | Community Relations Manager | email@example.com | 718-370-1088 ext. 268
New York City offers free, full-day, high-quality Pre-K for All programs throughout the city as well as some programs for younger children. If your child was born in 2014 and you live in New York City, you can apply for pre-K for the 2018-19 school year.
In free, full-day, high-quality pre-K, children are in a safe learning environment with opportunities to participate in engaging activities and interact with other children and teaching staff. Studies show that early childhood education improves performance throughout a child’s school experience.
Who can apply to pre-K?
• Families with children born 2014
• New York City residents
• Students who move to NYC during the admissions process
• Students with disabilities
• Students whose home language is a language other than English. No program may deny admission, registration, or enrollment to a student based on the student’s fluency or perceived fluency in English.
Students in Temporary Housing can apply to pre-K even if their housing situation is uncertain. They do not need paperwork to apply to schools, accept an offer, or enroll in a school. Contact: Vanessa Vargas | Staten Island Enrollment Specialist | firstname.lastname@example.org | 212-637-8029 or 212-637-8000
It is the mission of Project Hospitality to reach out to the community members who are hungry, homeless or otherwise in need in order to work with them to achieve their self-sufficiency thereby enhancing the quality of life for our Staten Island community. Project Hospitality seeks to realize its mission by advocating for those in need as well as by providing a comprehensive continuum of compassionate care that begins with the essentials of food, clothing and shelter, and continues to health & mental health care, health education, vocational training, legal assistance, and community development. Contact: Alex Hughes | Volunteer Coordinator | email@example.com | 718-448-1544 ext. 165 or Deacon Paul Kosinski | Director of Community Outreach | firstname.lastname@example.org | 100 Park Avenue Staten Island, N.Y. 10302 | Phone: 718-448-1544 x 134 | Fax: 718-720-5476 | Website: www.projecthospitality.org
Projectivity is a collective of musicians, artists, teachers, business owners, and other community members who have come together to create various opportunities for the public to showcase music and art, in addition to offering resources and education in these fields. Located in and around New York City, Projectivity has been instrumental in opening doors for children and adolescents of all backgrounds to learn and pursue different crafts and artforms. We organize art and music workshops, after-school programs, art competitions, music concerts, and benefit events of all kinds in addition to sponsoring various non-profit endeavors in and around NYC. Our goals are to find creative ways to inspire as well as educate people of all ages about the potential within themselves along with using practical, accessible tools to reach their goals. Contact: Christian Reinsch | Founder | 27 Townsend Ave, Staten Island, NY 10304 | 301-938-9335 | Website: www.TheProjectivityMovement.org
Public Health Solutions works to improve health among New York City’s most vulnerable neighborhoods by tackling social and physical factors that impact New Yorkers’ ability to thrive. Our programs serve over 80,000 clients each year with services such as benefits enrollment, nutrition counseling, reproductive health services, and maternal health.
Our health insurance Navigator program assists individuals and families of all ages to enroll in free or low-cost health coverage, such as Medicaid, Child Health Plus, and private plans available on the NY State of Health Marketplace. Our multi-lingual Navigators are trained to walk you through the entire sign-up process, step by step, and are available in all five NYC boroughs and Long Island. Visit www.healthsolutions.org for more information. For health insurance services in Staten Island, please contact: Shaimaa Mostafa | Certified IPA/ Navigator | 23 Hyatt Street, Staten Island, NY 10301 | email@example.com | 646-570-7701
The Children’s Aid Society opened the Richmond Early Learning Center on Staten Island in October of 2012. The center is funded through the New York City Early Learn Initiative which incorporates Head Start, UPK and City Subsidized Child Care for eligible families in the borough. Full day child care services are provided for 166 students ranging in ages from 2-5. The program utilizes the nationally acclaimed ‘Tools of the Mind’ curriculum for the 3-5 year olds and ‘The Creative Curriculum’ for the toddlers. The children engage in developmentally appropriate activities which stimulate their growth and prepare them for future success when entering kindergarten. Upon admission the Brigance educational screening tool is used for all children according to their age and language and ongoing checkpoints are followed during their time at the program through the use of The Teaching Strategies Gold Assessment tool. The program offers individualized educational programming for children with identified special needs and families are given ongoing guidance and support through the referral process. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com | 159 Broadway, Staten Island, NY, 10310 | Phone: 917-426-0300 | Fax: 718-448-0536
Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC), an affiliate of The Mount Sinai Health Network, is a 470+ bed healthcare facility and teaching institution serving borough residents as a leader in the areas of acute, medical and surgical care, including emergency care, surgery, minimally invasive laparoscopic and robotic surgery, gastroenterology, cardiology, pediatrics, podiatry, endocrinology, urology, oncology, orthopedics, neonatal intensive care and maternal health. The medical center earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for quality and patient safety. RUMC is a Level 1 Trauma Center and a designated Stroke Center, receiving top national recognition from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. The state-of-the-art Cardiac Catheterization Lab has PCI capabilities for elective and emergent procedures in angioplasty. RUMC maintains a Wound Care/Hyperbaric Center and a Sleep Disorder Center on-site at its main campus. The hospital also offers behavioral health services, encompassing both inpatient and outpatient services for children, adolescents and adults, including emergent inpatient and mobile outreach units. RUMC is the only borough facility that offers inpatient psychiatric services for adolescents. Contact: www.rumcsi.org
Trauma is the leading killer of patients under age 44. Trauma Services involves the detailed assessment and care of injured patients. Richmond University Medical Center is American College of Surgeons Level 1 Adult and Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center. We provide leadership in the area of Trauma Care by actively studying and implementing change in the system based processes in the care of injured patients. Our Trauma service section has presented our findings regarding cutting edge care of Trauma patients at both National and International Scientific meetings. We have Attending Trauma physicians present on site 24/7/365 to care for injured patients. We also have board certified subspecialists available in the areas of Emergency Medicine, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Anesthesia and Plastic Surgery to help care for our injured patients. Our Trauma Service also provides the cutting edge Intensive Care for injured as well as surgical patients. We have put together evidence based pathways to improve the care of patients with hip fractures, patients suffering from falls related to syncope and many other major traumatic related injuries. Evidence based medical care is consistently provided while quality improvement is part of the fabric of the care we provide, we are constantly striving to provide the best care for our injured patients. Community outreach and injury prevention initiatives are imperative to mitigate injury and are important for the function, stability and longevity of the institution and growth of society.
Seamen’s Society for Children and Families has offered a safe haven from life’s storms since 1846. As our name suggests, the agency was established to “afford relief and protection to the destitute children of seamen….by providing an asylum for them with proper arrangements for their health, comfort and education.” Our philosophy has not changed. Today we serve over 1,500 children annually in Staten Island and Brooklyn providing programs that protect and care for our most vulnerable children while strengthening families to overcome alcohol, substance abuse, domestic violence and other family problems that can threaten a child’s safety and future. We are constantly working to expand services and currently offer foster care, adoption services, preventive services, family treatment and rehabilitation, health services, community based domestic violence intervention services including a unique program that works with child witnesses of domestic violence, educational services and family day care. We believe that every child deserves a chance no matter the circumstances. We are committed to our mission to provide all our children with the roots and wings they need to grow. Seamen’s Society for Children and Families is a private, not-for-profit agency and approved by the IRS as a 501 (c) 3 tax exempt charitable organization. Contact: Yasmin Arianna John | Development and Communications Associate | 50 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY 10301 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 718-447-7740 Ext 4636 | https://seamenssociety.org/
The Staten Island Alliance for North Shore Children and Families seeks to improve the overall well-being of children, birth to eight years old, on Staten Island’s North Shore. This includes a focus on family engagement, school readiness, academic success, and child health.
The Staten Island Alliance has four overarching goals:
• Every child is supported
• Every child is ready
• Every child is successful
• Every child is healthy
While leveraging the strengths of the community, the SI Alliance, made up of residents, parents, community organizations, educators, healthcare providers, local, city, and state government agencies and relevant stakeholders, using the collective impact approach to collaboration, will confront inequity and address the disparities in outcomes for children in communities on the North Shore of Staten Island.
We believe that empowerment of community members is critical to ensure they are agents of change in their own lives. We will actively engage community members by building trust and relationships as both are a means and an end in the process of social change. Sharing, listening to, and understanding each other’s stories illuminates the unintended consequences of disconnected, fragmented, and misaligned systems and builds emotional connection toward a common goal. For more information or to get involved please contact: Angela Angell | Program Manager | email@example.com | 718-447-7740 x4721
The Staten Island UAU Fatherhood Initiative is a supportive resource geared to uplift and educate fathers around healthy relationships, self-care and modeling responsibility. We exercise the 10-week 24/7 Dad curriculum which addresses these subjects and more. Our year-long case management for enrollees provides aid and assistance with any issues or challenges our fathers may be facing. Whether it's child support, employment, visitation and even DV assessment our dedicated case managers are in place to champion our fathers in their intended endeavors while providing guidance along their journey. We offer continued assistance to those alums who've completed our certificate program and still want reinforcement or to lend their hand to others. The purpose of this initiative is to provide the resources and supports necessary to help fathers better engage and explore greater possibilities within their own family dynamic. The hope is that a new cognition will net better results for non-custodial fathers who may or may not be going through the Family Court process but are looking to yield new outcomes. For more information, please contact: Vernon 'Dyverse' Wooten | Senior Case Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org | 347-783-8346.
The Staten Island Mental Health Society (SIMHS) is a not-for-profit children’s services provider agency, founded in 1895. Our mission is to diagnose and treat emotional, behavioral, organic, and developmental problems; to create and support programs and environments that reduce the risk of disability and advance the optimal development of children; to increase our knowledge of the causes and treatments of mental illness and developmental impairment; and to promote public awareness of, and support for, the value and availability of our services. Services Available: The Behavioral Health Services Division provides a variety of clinical and preventive mental health and related services to children, teens and young adults, and their families, at several locations throughout S.I. The Elizabeth W. Pouch Center for Special People Clinical Outpatient Services include Evaluation, Treatment and Referral for Children and Adults believed to have Developmental/Intellectual Challenges. Trauma Informed Care provides evidenced based treatment to children, youth and families who are impacted by traumatic stress within our Staten Island community. The SIMHS’s four Head Start/Early Learn Centers serve more than 300 children (at any one time) between the ages of 3 and 5 each year In collaboration with the Society’s E.W. Pouch Center, the Integrated Preschool Classroom provides educational and therapeutic supports to children with special needs who share a classroom with their mainstream peers. Adolescent & Adult Substance Abuse Program – ASAP – (formerly Teen Center) is a New York State-licensed outpatient chemical dependency treatment program exclusively for adolescents and young adults. SafeTY.net (Safe Transition for Youth.net) | Transitional Services for Youth is a comprehensive program to help young people (ages 16 to 23) with emotional/intellectual challenges manage their transitions from adolescence to employment and career, higher education, community living, and the development of life skills. Learn more about S.I. Mental Health Society @ www.simhs.org or contact us @ 718-442-2225.
Staten Island Head Start is a federally funded program providing early childhood educational services to children ages 3-5 years old. The Staten Island Head Start program provides experiences that are designated to offer the child many opportunities to develop age appropriate social skills. The classroom affords the child a supportive, accepting, interpersonal environment that provides experiences that foster self-worth, confidence and a positive sense of group membership. Children are given opportunities to establish and maintain positive relationships with both peers and adults. Opportunities for the child to experience success and develop positive attitudes towards learning are provided daily through small group, large group, indoor and outdoor activities.
Children leave Staten Island Head Start more prepared for kindergarten, excited about learning and ready to succeed.
Staten Island Head Start offers families a sense of belonging, along with other support services and a chance to be involved in activities to help the whole family. Parents are encouraged to participate in training classes on many subjects, such as parenting, job training, leaning about health and nutrition and using free resources in their own community. The experience that parents gain from Staten Island Head Start has raised their own self-confidence and improved their ability to make important decisions about themselves and their children. Contact: Roseann Catania | Vice President, Early Childhood |Staten Island Mental Health Society Head Start | 718- 420 - 6138
Staten Island University Hospital is a 685-bed, specialized teaching hospital that opened in a one-room infirmary in 1861. Today, occupying two large campuses and numerous community-based health centers and labs, the Hospital is Staten Island’s largest employer and a prominent member of New York State’s largest private employer, the 23-hospital Northwell Health System.
The Hospital provides comprehensive, compassionate care to women and children, and is an affiliate of Northwell’s renowned Cohen Children’s Medical Center, which ranks among the most prestigious children’s programs in the nation.
Adhering to its founding mission, the Hospital annually supports the cost of services delivered to people in need, including subsidized care to low-income, elderly, and under-served communities. A 2017 report of the Healthcare Association of New York State valued that investment in Staten Island’s community health at $100-million. Visit us at www.northwell.edu. Contacts: Christian Preston | Director of Integrative Communications | email@example.com | 718- 226-2489 or Kirk Heatwole | Director of Marketing | 718-226-2482 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Urban Community Empowerment Project Inc. (UCEP) is a 501c3, non-profit organization that provides FREE empowerment services to people living in urban communities. Our aim is to encourage and motivate self-esteem and self-determination for people who are striving to get to the next level in their lives; while they navigate challenges that interfere with achieving goals. We believe in the potential for personal growth and positive life change. UCEP empowerment services include: support groups, workshops, mentoring and one to one life coaching. Please contact us for more information: Valerie Holland | email@example.com | 718-876-4953 | Website: http://ucepservices.com
Please note that this is not an all-inclusive list of partners. We hope that many will utilize the information found on this page. We invite you to view the information we have provided on some of our partnering agencies and organizations. Please be advised that the Staten Island Community Partnership Program reserves the right to be selective.