New York County WIC Offices provide access to the Women, Infants, and Children nutritional program in New York County, New York. New York County WIC Offices process applications to join the New York County welfare program, provide nutrition education, and administer food services to eligible people. Pregnant and recently pregnant women, infants, and young children are eligible for the program if they meet income requirements and are at nutrition risk. New York County WIC Offices determine eligibility for benefits and accept applications, and they may conduct assessments for determining nutrition risk. WIC Office services may be available through their website.
New York Bellevue Hospital Eastside WIC Office New York NY 462 1st Avenue 10016 212-562-6124
New York Downtown Hospital WIC Office New York NY 69 Gold Street 10038 212-312-5831
New York Gouverneur Hospital WIC Office New York NY 227 Madison Street 10002 212-238-7145
New York Harlem Hospital WIC Office New York NY 506 Lenox Avenue 10037 212-939-2730
New York St Lukes Roosevelt Hospital Center WIC Office New York NY 1111 Amsterdam Avenue 10025 212-523-3446
New York William F Ryan Community Health Center WIC Office New York NY 801 Amsterdam Avenue 10025 212-865-0410
Washington Heights New York Presbyterian Hospital WIC Office New York NY 549 West 180th Street 10033 212-928-0307
A New York County Child, Youth, and Family Services Office provides programs and services to assist children, youth, and families in New York County, New York. This can include protective services, emergency assistance, and income support programs. New York County Child, Youth, and Family Services Departments may offer job training, education assistance, and childcare subsidy programs. They may also be responsible for children's welfare services, such as adoption and foster care, as well as regulating and licensing New York County child daycare providers. They may be responsible for enforcing New York County child support payments and investigating child abuse, domestic abuse, and elderly or adult abuse. The Child, Youth, and Family Services Office may provide access to services on its website.
New York Children & Family Service New York NY 60 Lafayette Street 10013 212-964-3003
New York City Children Service New York NY 150 William Street 10038 212-676-7055
New York City Department of Youth & Community Development New York NY 156 William Street 10038 212-227-4005
New York City Youth Department New York NY 156 William Street 10038 212-442-5900
New York Emergency Childrens Services New York NY 55 6th Avenue, 4 10013 212-966-8000
New York County Food Stamp Offices administer the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), a form of nutrition assistance provided to income-eligible households in New York County, New York. Local New York County Food Stamp Offices can process applications for SNAP benefits, help determine eligibility for the program, and provide nutritional education. They also help administer monthly benefits, distribute food assistance benefits, and accept applications from individuals and New York County households. Food Stamp Offices in New York County may also monitor compliance with SNAP rules. Food Stamp Offices provide access to information and services on their websites.
New York East End Snap Center Food Stamp Office New York NY 2322 3rd Avenue 10035 212-860-5159
New York St Nicholas Snap Center Food Stamp Office New York NY 132 West 125th Street 10027 212-666-1434
Washington Heights Snap Center Food Stamp Office New York NY 4055 10th Avenue 10034 718-722-8013
Waverly Snap Center Food Stamp Office New York NY 12 West 14th Street 10011 718-722-8013
The New York County Social Services Department provides a range of health and human services and programs in New York County, New York. They often administer safety net programs, provide basic necessities, and protect children, the elderly, and dependent or vulnerable adults. New York County Social Services may administer assistance programs such as SNAP or TANF, as well as Medicare or Medicaid and any state health programs for low-income uninsured or underinsured groups. They may also provide New York County housing services, substance abuse and addiction services, energy assistance, and mental health services. Social Service Departments in New York County provide online access to many of their services and programs.
New York Social Service Department New York NY 109 East 16th Street 10003 212-835-7979
New York State Social Service Department New York NY 180 Water Street 10038 718-557-1399