Where It Happens

The Bronx Family Center provides integrated health, foster care and preventive services that meet children's needs from infancy to young adulthood.

The Children’s Aid Society operates 19 community schools in New York City, in partnership with the Department of Education. Initiated in 1992, this work has won national recognition and numerous awards.

Located in New York’s West Harlem neighborhood, Drew Hamilton Learning Center offers area students and their parents convenient access to high-quality programs and services.

The Children's Aid Society Dunlevy Milbank Boys & Girls Club social, recreational, educational and health programs serve hundreds of children and families in Central Harlem.

East Harlem Center has served the diverse and changing needs of area children and families through its multi-service, community-based programming.

Frederick Douglass Center provides essential services to children and families on Manhattan's Upper West Side.

Goodhue Center's beautiful 42-acre Staten Island campus is a home-away-from-home where hundreds of youth can enjoy woodlands, ball fields, pool, gymnasium and a computer learning center.

Hope Leadership Academy is a teen center that provides a positive social environment that promotes success and acknowledges achievements and positive actions.

Designed by and for teens, the Next Generation Center combines programs and support services in a youth-driven, welcoming environment.

Rhinelander’s landmark brownstone houses excellent quality Early Childhood, Nursery School and After-School programs emphasizing the arts.

Taft Day Care Center provides reliable, skilled and secure care for children in East Harlem.

The Children's Aid Society's Wagon Road Camp is located on 53 beautiful wooded acres in Chappaqua, New York, about 35 miles north of New York City. Our wide range of activities is designed to emphasize creativity, skill development and social learning.