Nearly one out of every 4 people in NYC is a child. (Citizens’ Committee for Children)

Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center

Manhattan

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 Prep

Preparing 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.

Please continue to check back to stay updated. Join the twitter conversation using the hashtag #UNHEmPrep.

If you would like to add resources to this page, please contact Lindsay Perry at lperry@unhny.org. If you are a UNH member and would like to update your status on this page, please contact emergency@unhny.org. Thank you.





Emergency Preparedness Issue Brief Emergency Preparedness Issue Brief (1473 KB) 29-Sep-2015


 Resources

Overall Emergency Planning Tools

Templates, tools, and sample plans to help members develop an emergency planning program and create or revise their own emergency planning documents.  Learn more »

Communications Tools

Communications are vital in emergencies. These resources will help you stay connected.  Learn more »

Related Reports and Projects

Reports and projects on topics related to resiliency, emergency response and recovery.  Learn more »

External Resources

External resources available to help perfect your emergency planning.  Learn more »




Settlement House Name

This is an example and will be used in an emergency to keep you updated.
Power: On
Services Offered: Senior Center open, Child care closed
Needs: Volunteers for home visits
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