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Nancy Wackstein, UNH's Executive Director, blogs about the human services sector, and the way she sees things after 20+ years in the field. 

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STEM

UNH is working to increase female and minority enrollment in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) majors in college through the STEM Incentive Program.

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SH Day

In 2014, UNH hosted the first-ever Settlement House Day for member agency staff. 

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The Settlement House Advantage

Why do over half a million New Yorkers utilize settlement house services? A sense of belonging and caring. The people who come to settlement houses every day are welcomed as neighbors with skills and abilities, not clients with deficits and problems.

Programs emphasize voice, leadership and respect; comprehensive services address the needs of the whole person.

Together, these qualities make settlement houses truly "a place to call home."

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News & Issues

Advocates Urge City to Add Adult Literacy Funding

Tuesday, June 17, 2014


Over 100 students, teachers, and advocates rallied outside of City Hall yesterday to urge Mayor de Blasio and the City Council to restore funding for adult literacy, High School Equivalency (HSE) preparation, and English classes. Students and supporters from across the City, joined by a number of City Council members and other city officials, were brought together by the New York City Coalition of Adult Literacy (NYCCAL), an umbrella advocacy group dedicated to preserving and promoting access to literacy services across the City.

“After years of the City failing to include funding for community-based literacy programing in the baselined budget, this year represents a critical opportunity for Mayor de Blasio and the City Council to break from the past and create a new and robust learning infrastructure," said Kevin Douglas of United Neighborhood Houses (UNH), one of the rally’s organizers.

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