Resources for families

Resources for families
Posted on 02/03/2021
This is the image for the news article titled Resources for familiesHSHM priority is to make sure families get the proper resource that can be helpful for any family while increasing the knowledge of by providing helpful organizations and tools..


La priodiad de HSHM es asegurarse de que las familias obtengan los recursos adecuados que puedan ser útiles para cualquier familia, al tiempo que aumentan el conocimiento al proporcionar organizaciones y herramientas útiles.



Food pantry by borough!
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NYC Food delivery 
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Visit Parent University: Parent University is a course registration and management system where NYC families can find free trainings on a wide range of topics. Parent University serves all families, from early childhood through adulthood, and seeks to educate and empower them as partners and advocates through free courses, resources, events, and activities. Visit the Parent University Website. 

 

Adult Education (Ages 21+)If you are 21 years old or older, New York City is home to hundreds of tuition-free Adult Education classes across all five boroughs. Choose from more than 800 courses, and day, night or weekend classes. For more information on how to enroll, visit the Adult Education page

 

The Child Mind InstituteWhen a child is struggling, the whole family is affected. At the Child Mind Institute they help you make good decisions for your kids and navigate the challenges of parenting. They explore the concerns and challenges they hear about most from parents and provide expert guidance on how to respond in the most effective way. And if you have a child who needs support, they offer resources that can help you get the best care for that child and the best outcome for your family. Click here to access resources for families. 

 

NYU Metro Center: The Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools is a comprehensive, university-based center that focuses on educational research, policy, and practice. They are a partner and resource at the local and national levels in strengthening and improving access, opportunity, and the quality of education in schools. They work collaboratively to develop novel, engaging, participatory, and culturally responsive ways to explore family engagement and leadership. Click here to learn more about their Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Family Engagement guidance and upcoming events. 


Manhattan Transition and College Access Center (MNTCAC): The Transition and College Access Centers support schools and families by facilitating a seamless transition for students from school to adult life. All students are provided with experiences that foster their academic, social-emotional, and vocational growth and excellence, facilitating multiple pathways to graduation and success after high school. Click here to access thier brochure and professional learning catalogue. 

 

INCLUDEnyc Online Events: INCLUDEnyc provides training and information for young people with any disability (age 0-26) in New York City, their families, and the professionals who support them. For more information about INCLUDEnyc’s online events, please visit their website here.