What We Do
Nearly one out of every 4 people in NYC is a child. (Citizens’ Committee for Children)
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, child and youth services, and a senior center.
Emergency PrepPreparing in advance is the only way to be ready in case of an emergency or natural disaster. As New York City saw with Hurricane Sandy, neighborhoods rely on their community organizations and settlement houses, especially in the event of emergency. The resources here, created and gathered through a partnership between United Neighborhood Houses and Citi Foundation, can help organizations prepare so they can serve their community year round, no matter what the year brings.
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Emergency Preparedness Issue Brief (1473 KB) 29-Sep-2015