|Program type||Weekday, After School, Summer, Weekend|
At risk, low income
Covenant House New York
Our goal is to help each young person we meet move to safe, stable, and loving places in their lives.
Covenant House New York has a comprehensive Continuum of Care characterized by the coordination and integration of a range of services including: crisis care and shelter; transitional living; health care; employment and job readiness training; educational support and GED preparation; legal services; street outreach; aftercare and drop-in; and more. Programs include:
The Welcome Center & Youth Shelter offers a compassionate welcome, a hearty meal, a shower, a fresh set of clothes, a warm bed, and other basic needs and vital social services to young people with nowhere else to go, and includes a dedicated program for moms with young children;
Our Rights of Passage (ROP), a transitional living program helping young people, including moms with young children, to build independent living skills and transition to safe, permanent housing;
Our Covenant Works, serving the employment and education needs of our young people;
Our Health and Wellness Center, a federally-qualified clinic serving the physical and mental health needs of our young people and surrounding community;
Our Legal Advocacy Center, serving the legal needs of our young people and advocating on behalf of Covenant House and our young people on issues that matter; and
Our Outreach and Drop-In Center, meaningfully reaching out to young people and offering a tangible way for them to stay connected to our programs and services.