Locations

ACE (Academics, Counseling, and Empowerment) at New Utrecht High School in Brooklyn offers academic...
The Adult Literacy Program provides free classes held in the mornings, afternoons and evenings in Manhattan,...
The After School Advancement Program (ASAP) provides various after-school enrichment activities at the Queens...
Asian Child Care Resource & Referral (ACCR) is a program offered by CPC that provides free and low cost...
Asian Family Services (AFS) is a preventive service to help keep children and their families together and...
The Baxter Street School-Age Child Care Center operates a year round program, servicing children ages five...
The CPC Beacon Center at I.S. 220 is a school based community center located in John J. Pershing Middle...
The New York Health Benefit Exchange (NYHBE) is the marketplace for individuals, families and small...
The CPC Multi-Social Services Centers (MSS) are walk-in centers in Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn that aim to...
The Brooklyn Senior Services Program is a growing program in Sunset Park for individuals age 55 and over. The...
The BuildingWorks Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program is a 12-week program in partnership with the New York...
The Career Center provides New York City’s jobseekers with training and job development opportunities that...
The Chinatown Senior Citizen Center provides lunches, case assistance, field trips, physical exercise,...
Chrystie Street School-Age Child Care Center is a year-round child care center that provides a safe, healthy...
Chung Pak Early Childhood Center on Walker Street in Chinatown has been in operation since 1998 and has four...
The COMPASS NYC after-school program at Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School in Brooklyn provides several...
Confucius Plaza School-Age Child Care Center at P.S. 124 is an after-school program that provides a...
CPC Queens Services for Families with Special Needs is funded by the New York State Office of People with...
The Garment Industry Early Childhood Center on Christie Street in Chinatown offers year-round, full-day...
CPC's HIV/AIDS Services raises the consciousness of HIV/AIDS in the Asian and Pacific Islander...
The Homecrest School-Age Child Care Center's after-school program at P.S. 153 in Brooklyn offers a daily...
The Hospitality Careers Training Program of the Workforce Development Division (WDD) of Chinese-American...
The In-School Youth program (ISY) provides career and education guidance, work readiness skills development,...
The Jacob Riis Early Childhood Center serves infants from ages 6 months to young children up to 5 years old....
LEAD (Learn. Excel. Advocate. Dream) at the High School for Dual Language and Asian Studies provide academic...
Little Star of Broome Street Early Childhood Center mission is to provide a quality education program in a...
The LVMH Fundamentals in Luxury Retail Training Program provides New York City’s Mandarin and English...
Established in 1965, the CPC Multi-Social Services Center (MSS) is a walk-in center in lower Manhattan that...
CPC's Early Intervention Program provides service coordination services for children who potentially...
The Nan Shan Senior Center in Flushing provides seniors ages 60+ with lunch, ESL classes, culture and art...
The Ladders for Leaders program provides high school and college students with an opportunity to participate...
The Open Door Senior Citizen Center on the Lower East Side provides a healthy and safe environment for...
The Pike Street School-Age Child Care Center's after-school program at P.S. 2 offers a daily schedule...
Project Gateway College Counseling Center in Chinatown helps students achieve their higher education goals by...
Project Reach addresses issues that schools and community organizations avoid or are ill-equipped to handle,...
The Queens Corona Early Childhood Center: CPC Queens Corona Universal Pre-K is a new addition to our high...
The CPC Queens Multi-Social Services program (MSS) is a walk-in service in Flushing, Queens that aims to meet...
CPC Queens School-Age Child Care Center serves multicultural, multi-ethnic elementary school-age children at...
Afterschool Programs at five schools in Brooklyn offer low cost extracurricular activities for youth in...
Due to limited availability of DYCD funded Compass/Out-of-School Time slots, we also offer fee-based...
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is the largest federally-funded program specifically...
Service Learning is a volunteer-run, community-minded educational program targeting high school students.
The Services to Asian Parents of the Developmentally Disabled (SAPDD) program provides bilingual (Chinese)...
The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides youth with valuable work experience during the summer.
The Tribeca Early Childhood Center opened their doors at the start of the 2013 school year to expand services...
The Young Adult Internship Program (YAIP) provides opportunities for youth ages 16 - 24 who are not currently...