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University Settlement Society


Founded in 1886, University Settlement Society is one of New York's most dynamic social service institutions with deep roots on the Lower East Side. Each year University Settlement's diverse programs help over 25,000 low-income and at-risk people build better lives for themselves and their families.

Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center

Executive Director: Susan Matloff-Nieves

250 West 65th Street
New York, NY 10023

Ph. 212-874-0860
Fx. 212-799-6574


Founded as the Amsterdam Community Center in 1948, the name was changed to Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center in 1956. Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center (LSNC) provides services to people of all ages on the mid-West Side of Manhattan. The settlement runs two child care centers and co-sponsors an alternative high school with the NYC Board of Education, in addition to: a remedial reading and tutorial program for school age children, lunch and social programs for seniors, family programs and other community services. Young people in the neighborhood can take advantage of Lincoln Square's Fresh Air Fund camp registration, summer day care, the evening youth projects, college guidance and referral, counseling projects and cultural programs.

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