Over one and a half decades these groups worked together creating a nursery school, camping and recreational support for teens, and economic opportunities for families and seniors.
In 1961, it was felt that there needed to be one group that could work more effectively and this center became Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Inc. with the mission of meeting the social, recreational, cultural, educational and health needs of the residents of Manhattan, particularly the residents of Amsterdam Houses, in fellowship with its neighbors.
Ms. Stephanie Pi nder
250 W. 65th St.
New York, NY 10023 USA
Settlement House, Youth Development, Community Building
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We currently operate several programs, including an early childhood education program for 68 children, aged 2.0 through 5, an after school program for 80 children aged 6-12, summer camping and sleep away services for 150 young people, aged 6-15, an adolescent and young adult program for 100 young people, age 11-18, and an older adult program for 800 seniors, aged 55+. We continue to develop and operate programs that are multi-generational and multi-service and offer a range of opportunities and services aimed at building motivation, commitment, and competenc
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Alliance for Children and Families - Member
Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Inc.
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ETHICS & TRANSPARENCY
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