Food Pantry Assistance
Hundreds of families are able to access our Emergency Food Pantry weekly and receive bountiful nutrient-dense food parcels. Our pantry is located in Kew Gardens, NY.
Emigre and American youth throughout the Central Queens area are provided with recreational and socialization activities programming, mentoring, and leadership development.
Holocaust Survivor Services
Our agency, in partnership with the Jewish Federation of North America / The Center for Aging and Trauma and the NYC Department for the Aging provide Holocaust survivors and Nazi victims residng throughout the Central Queens area with food delivery, home visitations, socialization opportunities and information and referral services.
“We can’t change the past, but we can understand it.”
In partnership with the Jewish Federation of North America and the Center for Aging and Trauma, we have adopted PCTI, Person-Centered Trauma-Informed Care, to better service our Holocaust survivor and Nazi victim clients. Person-Centered Trauma-Informed Care (PCTI) is a way of providing care to people in which the unique person, their individual strengths, preferences, and needs are emphasized.
PCTI is now Project Lead’s agency-wide initiative to be even more client-sensitive and client empowering. Feedback from our precious clients has enabled us to provide an excellent Person-Centered provision of services, customized to individual needs and preferences. PCTI care creates a safer pathway for older adults with complex trauma histories to explore how they are feeling, and to identify ways to address their emotions, challenges and help them build coping skills. As we age, the memories and emotions from past experiences resurface just as we are becoming less resilient and more dependent on others for our well-being and care.
Homebound Elderly Services
Frail homebound elderly throughout the Central Queens area receive bountiful nutrient-dense food packages, telephone assurance services, information and referral services, and home visitation by tri-lingual professional staff and trained volunteers
Pathway to Success
High school students in the Central Queens area are provided with career advancement information and scholarships for colleges, universities, and other institutions of higher learning.
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123-19 Hillside Avenue
Richmond Hill, NY 11418-1819
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