One in three adults with limited English proficiency lives below 100% of the federal poverty guideline, and nearly two in three live below 200% of the poverty line. (Center for Labor Market Studies, 2009)

Bronx House

Bronx

Bronx House was founded in 1912 as a music school and is now a multi-service, community-based organization serving a variety of populations in the north Bronx. They provide early childhood education, after-school programs, a senior center, day camp, a fitness center, a teen center, and a school for performing arts. Each year, Bronx House serves more than 15,000 people.

Resources

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Resources

Immigration Resources

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