The Need We Fill With 100 Programs

Many of New York’s children, youth, and families are working hard to be successful. We provide access to opportunity through high-quality programs designed to help individuals and communities thrive.


ABOUT OUR WORK

Why We Get Results

Good Shepherd Services takes a serious and rigorous approach to our work. We see limitless potential in the communities we partner with, and we implement our proven approach with new, innovative ways to respond to what children and families need.

94% of Students

in the Transfer High School program who had internships successfully maintained them for the entire year

99% of Families

who received counseling services stayed together and avoided foster care placement for their children

100% of Participants

secured stable housing upon completion of the Chelsea Foyer program

OUR RESULTS

Find The Right Program

We proudly provide 100 programs for youth and families throughout New York City. Tell us a bit about what you’re looking for and where to find the right program for you.


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Good Shepherd’s Late-Night Puzzle Hunt Fundraiser, Compass, Returns to NYC

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Good Shepherd Services (GSS) this Saturday hosted its epic, late-night biennial fundraising event, Compass–sponsored by Element Capital Management—for the first time since the onset of the pandemic.
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Hundreds of Backpacks & Gift Cards Distributed by Good Shepherd Services to Students

New York, NY – Good Shepherd Services (GSS), one of NYC’s largest youth services providers, is distributing over 2,000 backpacks along with Target and Old Navy gift cards across their program sites in New York City to aid families with back-to-school clothes and supplies.
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NYC students face tough choices as in-person classes return

Remote classes weren’t 19-year-old Guerly Lizie’s favorite way to learn, but they allowed the West Brooklyn Community High School student to stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic even as her life changed dramatically.
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