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Safe Homes Project

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For nearly 40 years, Good Shepherd Services’ Safe Homes Project has been working to confront and eliminate domestic and partner violence in New York City. We provide a full array of services, which include a hotline, counseling, safety-planning, as well as a 20-bed shelter for survivors and their children.  Learn more


Next STEPS

|Brownsville, East New York

Next STEPS (Striving Towards Engagement and Peaceful Solutions) is a transformative mentoring intervention for high risk youth, ages 16 to 24, who are actively involved in serious violent activity.  Learn more


Peter Jay Sharp House

|Highbridge

The Residence provides a nurturing environment for the young people as well as a range of positive interventions aimed at preventing a return to custody.  Learn more


Marian Hall

|Gramercy Park

Marian Hall, our community group residence, serves teenage girls who are unable to live at home and have been referred by the New York City Administration for Children’s Services.  Learn more


Men in Progress/Women on the Move

|Bedford Stuyvesant

Men in Progress/Women on the Move is a four-year program that prepares high school students for success in high school and college through academic support, mentoring, college readiness activities, and internships.  Learn more


LifeLink

|All GSS Bronx and Brooklyn neighborhoods

Good Shepherd Services’ LifeLink college access and success program seeks to ensure that students transitioning from our secondary programs (Partnership Schools, Young Adult Borough Centers, and in-school support programs) matriculate to community college with a higher level of motivation and capacity to test out of the lowest levels of remediation, and that they are able to successfully transition to and succeed in college.  Learn more


Groundwork for Success

|East New York

Good Shepherd Services’ Groundwork for Success is a four-year program that prepares East New York high school students for success in high school and college.  Learn more


Euphrasian Residence

|Gramercy Park

During their short term stay, residents attend school on-site, and participate in a variety of therapeutic, social and recreational activities.  Learn more


McLaughlin East Harlem Residence

|East Harlem

Edwin Gould Academy is a 51-unit supportive housing program for young adults, ages 18 to 25 that provides safe, affordable housing.  Learn more


Domestic Violence Programs

|Open to All Neighborhoods

Good Shepherd Services’ domestic violence program, the Safe Homes Project, works to provide the information, support and advocacy individuals and families need to live safely.  Learn more


Community School Sites

|Bedford Stuyvesant, Bushwick, Kingsbridge

Community Schools leverage the resources of community partners and families to improve student learning, academic success, and the overall well-being of youth. Schools are transformed into community hubs that offer a wide-range of support services, including health care, counseling, and post-secondary preparation.  Learn more


College and Career

|Bedford Stuyvesant, Central Bronx, East New York, Gowanus, Red Hook, Upper Manhattan

As young people prepare for their high school graduation, we focus on their academic and social skills that are so critical to college and career success.  Learn more


Close to Home Residences

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As part of the New York State “Close to Home” initiative, the youth are able to maintain close connections to family and other positive adults, advance their education, and work with staff to address those issues that led to placement.   Learn more


Chelsea Foyer

|Chelsea

The Chelsea Foyer at The Christopher provides supportive housing to young adults in their late teens and early twenties who have aged out of the child welfare system, are homeless, or at risk of homelessness.  Learn more


Rebound

|East New York

Rebound is an innovative work readiness program that uses the game of basketball to help youth focus on their future and prepares them for careers and college.  Learn more


Beacon Community Centers

|Fordham/Belmont, Red Hook

Good Shepherd Services’ two Beacon Community Centers provide year-round engaging activities to youth and their families.  Learn more


Arches

|Bedford Stuyvesant

Arches is a group mentoring program serving justice-involved young adults ages 16-24 that works to transform attitudes and behaviors that led to criminal activity.  Learn more


AIM

|East New York

AIM is an intensive mentoring and advocacy program for youth, ages 13 to 18, who are on juvenile probation and facing institutional placement.  Learn more


Adoption Services

|University Heights/Morris Heights

While we make every effort to keep families together, when this is no longer an option, we find a safe, healthy environment for youth and children.  Learn more


B.R.A.G. Program

|Bronx

Good Shepherd Services’ B.R.A.G. (Bronx Rises Against Gun Violence) program works with young people, local community residents, community organizations, and the public to promote safer streets and new community norms where violence is not accepted.  Learn more