Founded in 1978, the Center for Family Life focuses it's activities on family as a sustaining source of development for children and youth.
Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center
Executive Director: Greg Morris
415 East 93rd Street
New York, NY 10128
Founded in1964, The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center serves an estimated 5,000 people of all ages annually. The Isaacs Center offers adult educational programs including Basic Literacy, English- as-a-Second-Language, GED classes, plus tutoring in reading, math and ESL. For children, there are three after-school learning center program sites, plus dropout prevention programs in two public schools. During summer months, a day camp provides full-day activities. Youth leadership and youth development services offer community service work opportunities, and an evening education and recreation center for teens. Youth employment services include walk-in assistance, job readiness training and placement assistance. For the elderly, the Isaacs Center has a senior center with congregate meals, educational and recreational activities, meals-on-wheels for the homebound, and an adult day care program for frail elderly. Located in a public housing development, the Isaacs Center provides case assistance and services to elderly residents and is part of the NORC (Naturally Occurring Retirement Community) system.