Learn about 3-K enrollment.
Get help for parents who are unable or unwilling to care for their baby.
Learn about an online tool to help you apply for benefits from the Human Resources Administration.
Screen for eligibility for City, State, and Federal health and human service benefit programs.
Get information about a Children's Services case for parents and child care professionals.
Learn about adopting a child in foster care. Request assistance after adoption. Check the status of adoption subsidy payments.
Find an after school program for an elementary, middle, or high school student. Report a problem with an after school program.
Get information, services, and support for caring for a new baby.
Find a school-based community center for children, youth, and adults.
Learn about summer camps, day camps, and overnight camps. Report a problem with a camp.
Report possible child abuse or neglect.
Learn about City-funded child care programs, including EarlyLearn NYC. Get referrals to licensed child care providers.
Make a complaint about a day care facility, child care provider, or after school program.
Apply for financial assistance to pay for child care, get an application status, find an EarlyLearn NYC child care program, or re-certify your benefits.
Learn about group child care center performance summary cards.
Learn about the NYC Tax Credit available for families with household incomes of $30,000 or less who pay for child care expenses for children 3 and under.
Learn about child safety.
Get help with eligibility, obligations, payments, enforcement, and accounts.
Request for medical referrals, health insurance, and resources for chronically ill or disabled children under 21 years old.
Learn about community services for seniors, immigrants, youth, and families.
Get a free crib for your child if you can't afford one.
Learn about how to identify and reduce the spread of violence.
Learn about the Deferred Action process for undocumented immigrants who came to the United States during childhood, including free legal service referrals.
Learn about early intervention services for children from birth to age 3 with developmental delays.
Report domestic violence or get counseling, support, and shelter for victims.
Find classes for an abuser court-ordered to get counseling.
Learn about a program that offers free job training to non-custodial parents who owe child support and earn less than $62,000 a year.
Learn about a program that helps resolve conflict between parents and adolescent children.
Learn about one-stop center where victims of domestic, intimate partner, and gender-based violence; elder abuse; or sex trafficking can get services.
Get healthy food through WIC for eligible pregnant women, mothers, and young children.
Get help for a foster child with building a supportive network, leadership skills, and self-confidence.
Get help for grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.
Learn about a website with information on programs, resources, and activities for New York City children.
Learn about Head Start, which provides activities and educational programs for children ages three and four.
Learn about health and dental insurance for children, and assistance for services from the New York City Early Intervention Program.
Learn about the benefits of having an IDNYC card.
Get help with updating IDNYC card information or replacing a lost or damaged card.
Get information about IDNYC issues, status of an application, and their Mobile Enrollment Center.
Get information about required documents to prove identity and New York City residency when applying for IDNYC.
Learn about New York City's IDNYC municipal identification card for people who live in one of the 5 boroughs of New York City.
Learn about services and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) individuals, parents, and youth.
Learn about the program that provides home visits and free cribs to eligible new mothers in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx.
Request for a free nurse home visit or parenting education for a low-income, first-time pregnant teen or woman.
Get information about choices for living at home or in a long term setting for seniors, and for children and adults with a disability.
Learn about support programs and resources for parents.
Get access to low-cost DNA testing provided by a state-certified lab to determine a child’s biological parents.
Learn about programs and services for pregnant women, expectant fathers, and families.
Learn about pre-kindergarten enrollment.
Learn about sexual and reproductive justice.
Learn about a program the rewards eligible families for completing health, education, and work- related activities.
Request educational support for students who are blind or have limited vision and students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Get free subway travel passes for non-profits and schools that provide youth services.
Get help for parents who are unable to care for a child or teenager.
Learn about programs, resources, and support for women.
Learn about programs and policies to address disparities that impact boys and men of color.
Get resources for young people, troubled youth, and their families. Includes Youth Connect, walk-in centers, and NYC Teen website.