Opportunity. Community. East Harlem.
Our Adult Education Program has 20 years of experience in helping East Harlem residents improve their literacy skills, gain citizenship, increase their computer aptitude and achieve their educational and career goals.
Business Development Center
The Business Development Center provides education and assistance to enhance the economy and commerce of East Harlem and its residents.
The mission of the Settlement College Readiness Program (SCRP) is to enable New York City students to gain access to higher education through a unique program of counseling, academic enrichment and internship opportunities.
Union Settlement's Early Childhood Program provides one-sixth of all childcare services in East Harlem.
Manhattan HIV CARE Network
East Harlem suffers from the city's second highest cumulative AIDS and living AIDS case rates. Each year, close to 200 community residents are diagnosed with HIV.
Union Settlement Mental Health Services is comprised of four specialized programs designed to address the varying needs of children, adolescents, adults and older persons living in East Harlem and citywide.
One of the largest providers of services to the elderly in East Harlem, we currently serve over 1,200 older adults at our senior centers located throughout East Harlem and 400 additional homebound seniors through our Meals-on-Wheels program.
Youth at Union
Burdened with failing schools, high dropout rates and the threats posed by crime, substance abuse and hopelessness, East Harlem's young men and women are actively seeking opportunities to build brighter futures. Youth at Union provides such opportunities.
Separately Incorporated Program:
Union Settlement Federal Credit Union provides low-cost checking and savings accounts, loans to finance college education and small businesses, ATM access, financial advice, and other services.
Union Settlement Association is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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