Brown Bag Discussion on the State of Youth Service Providers During COVID-19

When: 
Thursday, October 22, 2020 -
12:00pm to 1:15pm EDT
Where: 
Virtual Meeting - Register by 10/21
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You are invited to a members-only brown bag discussion where members of the Neighborhood Family Services Roundtable will share what is happening to youth service providers across the city during the pandemic.

United Neighborhood Houses (UNH) leads the Neighborhood Family Services Roundtable, a peer learning group of providers serving youth, families and schools.  The roundtable works to keep members informed of proposed changes in budgets, legislation and policy that will impact community-based services for children, youth and families.

During the session, our speakers will:

  • Reflect on the impacts of the pandemic on the communities they serve and the organization
  • Share what has been going well and what has been challenging throughout this unprecedented period

Presenters

  • Ozzie Araujo, Queens Community House
  • Tatiana Arguello, United Activities Unlimited
  • Annie E. Minguez Garcia, Director of Government and Community Relations, Good Shepherd Services
  • Tashaka Wynter, Assistant Deparmtnet Director, BronxWorks

 

UNH Roundtable Members: Advocates for Children, Arab-American Family Support Center, Beam Center, Broadway Housing Communities, BronxHouse, BronxWorks, CAMBA, CASES, Catholic Charities / Alianza Division, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens, Center for Family Life in Sunset Park, Change Impact, Child Center of New York, Children's Aid, Chinese-American Planning Council, Citizen's Committee for Children, Coalition for Asian American Children and Families, COFCCA, Commonpoint Queens, Community Association of Progressive Dominicans, Comprehensive Development Inc, Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation, Directions of Our Youth, DREAM, East Side House Settlement, Eckerd Connects, Educational Alliance, Educational Video Center, ExpandeEd Schools, Flatbush Development Corporation, Forestdale Inc, Fresh Air Fund, Goddard Riverside Community Center, Grand Street Settlement, Greater Ridgewood Youth Council, Greenwich House, Hamilton-Madison House, HANAC, Harlem Children's Zone, Hartley House, Heartshare Human Services, Henry Street Settlement, Here to Here, Hispanic Family Services, Hudson Guild, Human Services Council, I have a Dream -NY, Jobs First NYC, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Korean Community Services, LEAP NYC, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Manhattan Youth, MMCC, New Settlement Apartments, New York Center for Interpersonal Development, New York Edge, New York Immigration Coalition, New York Junior Tennis League, New York State Network for Youth Success, Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation, Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation, Partnership for After School Education, Partnership with Children, Phipps Neighborhoods, Project Hospitality, Queens Community House, Red Hook Initiative, Riis Settlement, Riseboro Community Partnership, Riverdale Neighborhood House, SCAN Harbor, SCO Family of Services, SCO Family of Services, Sheltering Arms, Shorefront YMHA/ YWHA of Manhattan/ Brighton Beach, Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Centers, St. Nick's Alliance, Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Sunnyside Community Services, The Thinkubator, Trinity Wall Street, UJA- Federation of New York, Union Settlement Association, United Activities Unlimited, United Community Centers, United Neighborhood Houses, United Way of New York City, University Settlement, WhedCo, WPTI, YMCA of Greater New York, Youth Development Institute, Youth Studies Program of the CUNYS School of Professional Studies