New York Updates
ParentChild+ New York is proud to be part of the new NY State Home Visiting Coordination Initiative. This initiative aims to provide a model-neutral space for home visitors, supervisors, and administrators to discuss opportunities and challenges at the community and state level. Additionally, it hopes to provide learning opportunities for providers to learn and expand their skill sets in the most current and pressing topic areas needed to best support families’ success. Please stay tuned to our Facebook page will be sharing monthly webinars with our coordinating partners around the state.
ParentChild+ is pleased to be included in the New York State Citizen Review Panels 2017 report on the power of home visiting. Please click here to read the report.
New York Sites
Family Health Centers at NYU Langone
6025 6th Avenue, Room 218
Brooklyn, NY 11220
Coordinator: Jeannette Martinez
King Urban Life Center
938 Genesee Street
Buffalo, NY 14211
Coordinator: Cheryl A. Williams-Manney
Broadway Housing Communities
583 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10031
Coordinator: Charlene Melville
Middle Country Public Library
101 Eastwood Blvd.
Centereach, NY 11720-2745
Coordinator: Amanda Pendzick
Great Neck/Manhasset Public Schools/Nassau BOCES
30 Cumberland Avenue
Great Neck, NY 11020
Nanuet Family Resource Center
50 Blauvelt Road
Nanuet, NY 10954
Coordinator: Rose Ann Mercado
71 Clinton Road
Garden City, NY 11530
Community Action Southold Town
311 Front Street
P.O. Box 159
Greenport, NY 11944
Coordinator: Monica Schnee
North Rockland School District
West Haverstraw Elementary School
71 Blauvelt Avenue West
Haverstraw, NY 10993
Coordinator: Mirian Avila
Nyack School District
26 Lake Road
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
Youth & Family Counseling, Oyster Bay/E.Norwich
193A South Street
Oyster Bay, NY 11771
Port Washington Public Library
One Library Drive
Port Washington, NY 11050
Coordinator: Fran Powell
65 Parrott Road, Bldg. 10
West Nyack, NY 10994
Coordinators: Miriam Lachenauer
Roslyn Middle School-PPS Office
375 Locust Lane
Roslyn Heights, NY 11577
Coordinator: Cindy Samide
William Floyd School District
John S. Hobart Elementary School
230 Van Buren Street
Shirley, NY 11967
Coordinator: Barbara Olsen
Catholic Charities of Onondaga County
514 Seymour Street
Syracuse, NY 13204
Read’s Initiative 2019-20...
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Congratulations to the First Class of ParentChild+ Graduates in Onondaga County, NY...
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Local Woman Honored For Lifetime Commitment To Family Literacy, Patch, October 2019...
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This New York City charter network is taking its lessons to toddlers...
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The ‘transformative power’ of reaching children before kindergarten...
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ParentChild+ NY Sites Awarded Over $3 Million In Multi-Year Grants By NY State Office Of Children; ...
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Parent-Child Home Program Names New Family Child Care Initiative Director...
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Press Release, 7/20/18 Eva and Harry Wilson To Be Honored At Parent-Child Home Program Annual ...
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Press Release, 6/18/18 Parent-Child Home Program and Catholic Charities Announce the Launch of ...
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Allyn Family Foundation, 6/11/18 PCHP Comes to Onondaga County...
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The Buffalo News, 5/24/18 On-the-job training for society’s most important task...
It is the hardest – and most important – job in the world. Yet there is no instruction manual and there are no minimum qualifications. Instead, parents are left to figure it out for themselves when raising a child – a hit-and-miss approach whose shortcomings are all…
A Young Professionals Committee Member’s Perspective on a Site Visit...
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