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SAM U EL FIELD Y
SAMUEL FIELD Y
OUR MISSION
The Samuel Field Y, known as “The Everybody Place”, is a non-profit, multiservice agency with flagship sites in Little Neck, Bayside, Forest Hills, and 33
additional sites throughout the community that provides a diverse array of
programs and services to over 35,000 people. Since our inception over 60
years ago, the Samuel Field Y has been dedicated to the core element of our
mission – enhancing the quality of individual, family and communal life through
service to people of all ages, ability levels, stages of life and backgrounds.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
AT THE SAMUEL FIELD Y
Little Neck
718.225.6750 x246
Bay Terrace Center
718.423.6111 x225
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Vice Presidents
Michael Bizenov
David Fried
Chair, Executive Committee
Mady Caslow
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212-00 23 Avenue, Bayside, NY 11360
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Lawrence C. Gottlieb
Chair of the Board
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Board Of Directors
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w 1199, ACD & HRA Vouchers Accepted w
Treasurer
Lee Perlman
Secretary
Lizzy Markus
Board Members
Ingrid Fishman
Renee Krieger
Eric Lastres
Howard Mann
Meryl Rubin
Judy Sonkin
Robert Winning
Lifetime Trustees
Phyllis Barell
Gertrude Kleinberg
Claire Perlman
Ruth Sonkin
Barbara Stephens
Joseph Tanenbaum
GENERAL INFORMATION
It is the Samuel Field Y’s policy to provide equal opportunity to all participants without regard
to race, gender, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status or sexual
orientation in accordance with all applicable laws, directives and regulations of federal, state and
city entities.
INSURANCE
The Samuel Field Y participates in the JCC Group Accident Medical Program, which provides
excess accident medical coverage for members injured in a Y sponsored activity.
REGISTRATION & MISSED CLASSES
For dates and times of classes, please contact the Director of the Department. Participants who
miss classes will not be reimbursed and there are no make-ups.
CLOSINGS
If the buildings have to be closed or classes cancelled due to inclement weather, listen to WCBS
880 AM. When last-minute decisions based on changing weather conditions are necessary,
information will be available by phone. Parents of children in afternoon classes/programs are
urged to call the Y periodically for changes, cancellations and early closings. The Y cannot
guarantee that classes that are cancelled due to weather will be made up. Refunds cannot be
issued.
TEXTCASTER
The Samuel Field Y has implemented a text/email based notification system. This system is
designed to send messages from the Samuel Field Y executive staff to make employees and
clients aware of emergency closings and other important information and updates.
To sign up for TextCaster, enter this URL into your web browser, http://my.textcaster.com/
ServePopup.aspx?id=2150, or email your cell phone number to [email protected]
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
American Express, MasterCard, VISA, VISA Electron and Discover credit cards, as well as
debit cards, are accepted at the following locations for payment of yearly fees and for all class
activities. All checks should be made payable to the Samuel Field Y.
Programs are held at Little Neck site unless otherwise noted.The Y is concerned about your
child’s safety, therefore: We cannot accept responsibility for your child except when he/she is
under the supervision of an appropriate Y employee. Supervision is available only at program
locations during program hours. Parents will be responsible for notifying appropriate staff of
a child’s absence, late arrival, early or late pick up and any special circumstances related to
arrivals or departures. The Samuel Field Y has the right to the use of any photographs and other
representations of Y programs for purposes of publicity, publication and/or display on behalf
of the agency and UJA-Federation of New York. The Y is a smoke-free environment & is fully
accessible.
Little Neck Site
58-20 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362
Phone: 718-225-6750
Fax: 718-423-9850
Email: [email protected]
Bay Terrace Center
212-00 23rd Avenue
Bayside, NY 11360
Phone: 718-423-6111
Fax: 718-423-8276
Email: [email protected]
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Information 3
Mission Statement 3
Board of Directors 3
Staff 5
Early Childhood Services6-7
Child Care Center6-7
Nursery School 6-7
Pre-K For All 6
Not Quite Nursery6
Parent-Child Explorations 6
Sam’s Camp and Swim Club7
Youth Services 8-9
After School Day Care 8
School Holiday Programs 8
Junior Council 9
Teen Council 9
In School Youth Program9
Community After School Programs8-9
COMPASS/SONYC Programs 8-9
Beacon Programs 9
Adolescent Services9
Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village 10
Services for Children with Special Needs11-13
After School Programs for Special Needs11-13
Social Skills Groups11-12
Summer Programs for Children with Special Needs12-13
Weekday Preschool Program for Special Needs12
Project CHILD11
Special Teens 13
A Time For Us16
Summer Respite Program 12
Summer Programs14-15
Junior Camp14-15
Tween Camp 15
Teen Travel Camp 15
Sports Camp14-15
Academic Summer Enrichment14-15
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Kidz Club14
Services for Adults with Special Needs16
Adult Services 16
UJA Safety Net16
L’Evnot Koach Single Parent Initiative16
Engage: Age With a Purpose16
Partners in Caring16
Neighborhood Senior Center 17
Sam’s Senior Café 17
GALA Group17
Older Adult Services17-18
Early Stage Dementia Care Program17
Alzheimer’s Family Respite Program18
Senior Transportation 18
NORC Programs18
Clearview Assistance NORC Program18
Deepdale CARES NORC 18
NORC WOW 18
Connect-To-Care 19
Community Mental Health Services19
Community Advisory Program for the Elderly (CAPE)19
Mobile Outreach Center19
Giving Opportunities 20
SFY/CQY Business Council20
Alumni News21
Tanenbaum Family Pool22
Bay Terrace Pool & Tennis Center22
Community Service & Volunteer Programs23
Physical Education & Recreation For All Ages24-25
Zumba24
CPR/WSI Certification24
Adult Athletics, Exercise & Dance25
Older Adult Classes25
Gym Schedule25
Adult Basketball League27
Birthday Parties27
Mendelsohn, Jeri, LCSW...................Executive Vice President & CEO
Rosenfeld, Aaron, JD......................Executive Director, Samuel Field Y
Ellman, Danielle, MPP, MAJCS..................... Executive Director, CQY
Abuzid, Nancy........................................................ Assistant Teachers
Amalfitano, Nancy............... Director, Physical Education & Recreation
Araujo, Francisco............................................................ Maintenance
Asfar, Madlen........................................................... Assistant Teacher
Babad, Gary................................................................... Director, CAP
Baron, Mindy.....................................Office Manager, Deepdale Cares
Berenson, Lee...................................................................................IT
Blackman, Ileane..................................................................... Teacher
Boone, Ossary................................................................. Maintenance
Brennan, Darlene............................................... Director, NORC Wow
Buatti, Felice, BA.................................................................... Teacher
Buckner, Karen..................................................Office Manager, CAPE
Byrne, Eileen..................... Assistant Teacher, Nursery/Spec. Services
Calero, Norma......................................................Medical Biller, CAPE
Campo, Patricia, MS, SAS, SDA.........................................................
.................................... Director, Early Childhood Programs, Little Neck
Chanana, Rahul...........................................................................Driver
Chandna, Chander, MBA........................................Chief Fiscal Officer
Cleophat, Dikens.........................................................................Driver
Concha, Carmen...................................................... Assistant Teacher
Cooperman, Jamie, BA.............................. Director, Respite Program
Cuscione, Marcy..........................................Receptionist, Bay Terrace
Davidson, Jordana, LMSW..............Social Worker/Strategic Initiatives
DeLorenzo, Julie...................Director, Academic Summer Enrichment
DiSanto-Castro, Danielle.........................................Assistant Teacher
Factor, Ellen K., MA................................................................. Teacher
Fanelli, Ruth..............................................................Assistant Teacher
Fier, Adam, MA........................ Program Director, COMPASS P.S. 169
Figurasmith, Stephen......................................... Cultural Arts Director
Fisher, Shirley.................................................... Peer Advocate, CAPE
Fitzgerald, Andre............................................................. Maintenance
Fuchs, Donna, BA...................................................Associate Teacher
Gavora, Andrea, BA.... Assistant Director, Youth & Adolecent Services
Gelbord, Yvonne, LCSW.......................Clinical Director, NORC WOW
Gershon, Sheryl....................................................................... Teacher
Giblin, Tom .................................................... Administrative Assistant
Gill, Premila..............................................................................Respite
Glotsos, Kallyope, LMSW..... Social Worker, Deepdale CARES NORC
Grant, Linda, LCSW............................................ Social Worker, CAPE
Greenblatt, Laura, LCSW................Director, Deepdale CARES NORC
Griffith, Christopher........................................................ Maintenance
Gunzel, Ricky....................... Program Director, COMPASS PS/IS 178
Habasinski, Lenny.......................................................................Driver
Halter, Jonathan, RN........................Registered Nurse, MOST / CAPE
Harrison, Glynis, BA............. Program Director, COMPASS PS/IS 266
Hausthor, Eileen, BA............................... Office Manager, Bay Terrace
Hersch, Danielle, LMSW...........Director, Youth & Adolescent Services
Hershkowitz, Diane, MA......................................................... Teacher
Hillie, Claudia..................................................... Peer Advocate, CAPE
Hoffman, Shelley, LCSW..........................Social Worker, MOST/CAPE
Huttner, Joanne, MS............................................................... Teacher
Ilberman, Debra, LCSW................................ Assistant Director, CAPE
Ingber, Charlene.................Agency Communications/Trip Coordinator
Jaffe, Baile, LCSW.............................................. Social Worker, CAPE
Kolidas, Gayle, LCSW.........................................Director, Queens Net
Kraes, Sarit, BBA................................................... Human Resources
Kundrat, Leila............................. Program Director, COMPASS P.S.21
Landau, Roberta..........................................................Office Manager
Lastres, Craig, MA............................................................................................
................. Director, Bay Terrace Pool Club / Tanenbaum Family Pool
Lepzelter, Terry...........Program Director, SONYC Program, PS/IS 266
Levinson, Marilyn..................................................... Assistant Teacher
Mann, Janet, LCSW............................................ Social Worker, CAPE
Maraj, Sabina............................... Contract Management Coordinator
Mayerhoff, Gerrie, MS, PD....................Co-Director, Special Services
McCardle, Elizabeth, MSW......... Youth Workforce Initiative Coordinator
McCoy, Danielle........................ Program Director, COMPASS P.S. 55
McGrail, Megan.................... Office Manager, Tanenbaum Family Pool
Millar, Shelley....................................................................Bookkeeper
Miller, Enid, LCSW............................................... Social Worker, CAPE
Miller, Martenia.............................. Program Director, Beacon MS 158
Mintz, Jared..................................... Interactive Marketing Coordinator
Montoya, Alfredo................................................... Maintenance/Driver
Mora, Fortunato..........Aquatics Facilities Manager, Tanenbaum Family Pool
Mostel, Marcy, MD.......................................... Medical Director, CAPE
Negron, Jose.....................................................................IT Specialist
Ovalle, Valentina................................. SONYC Director Bell Academy/
...................................................... Site Supervisor, Bay Terrace Center
Parham, Doreen...........................................................Secretary, CAP
Pearsall, Kathleen............................... Recreational Assistant, Respite
Peoples, Clarese................................................... Assistant Controller
Peters, Corey................. Administration, Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village
Peters, Ryan, MA.....................Director, Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village
Pineiro, Alexander, MA................. Program Director, Beacon MS 172
Popper, Adam...........Assistant Director, Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village
Pizzutiello, Alissa, LCSW.....................Director, Early Stage Dementia
Plotkin, Marisa, LMSW.......... Social Worker Supervisor, Strategic Initiatives
Prusak, Fern................................ Assistant Director, Senior Center
Rafofsky, Lisa, MA.................................................................. Teacher
Ragoo, Michelle........................Program Director, COMPASS PS 115
Rebhun, Shari, MS SpED, SBL..........................................................................
................................................Director, Early Childhood Programs, Bay Terrace
Roberts, Jermaine........................................................... Maintenance
Rowe, Michelle....................................................Coordinator, MS 178
Rumsky, Lisa, BS.................................... Fiscal Secretary, Accounting
Ryan, Jana..................................................... Director of Development
Sanchez, Jessica......................Assistant Director, Physical Education
Sarokin, Ellen, LCSW......... Social Worker, Early Stage Dementia Care
Scaccio, Rich...........................................................Facilities Manager
Schaefer, Danielle.............. Coordinator, Youth & Adolescent Services
Schwab, Karen, LCSW..........................Director, Older Adult Services
Schwartz, Phyllis, LCSW.................................... Social Worker, CAPE
Schwendel, John.........................................Director of Transportation
Shaller, Maryann...................................................................... Teacher
Shawn, Belle......................... Director of Personnel/Human Resources
Shmuel, Nina.......................................................Accounts Receivable
Sieber, Daniel, LCSW.............................Social Worker, CAPE / MOST
Silverman, Lauretta, MS......................................................... Teacher
Simon, Sheila............................................Program Assistant, Respite
Slotnick, David, LMSW........................................................................
................................... Program Director, Community-Based Programs
Smith, Amanda, LMSW.......................................................................
.Program Director, Community-Based Programs for Special Populations
Staines, Ann, MS..................................................................... Teacher
Stark, Alan, MA........................... Program Director, Beacon M.S. 216
Streltsoff, Mila, MA, MSW.................................... Social Worker, CAP
Swerdin, Anita.......................Peer Advocate, CAPE/Connect-To-Care
Tepper, Michael..........................Program Director, SONYC PS/IS 178
Tipperman, Beth, LCSW..................................... Social Worker, CAPE
Tolentino, Erica............................ Service Enterprise and HR Assistant
Topol, Robin, LCSW.....................................Director, Special Services
Upston, Michael, LCSW.............................................. Director, CAPE
Utic, Minire Marianne...............................................Assistant Teacher
Villafane, Liliana.............................................................. Maintenance
Villasane, Maria............................................................... Maintenance
Waltzer, Rich.............................................. Pool Manager, Bay Terrace
Weiner, JoAnn................................Assistant Teacher, Early Childhood
Yackanicz, Maria........................................ Secretary, Early Childhood
Yair, Ilene, LMSW............................................. Director, Senior Center
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Our Early Childhood Services are designed for children from ages two through five and their families, and includes,
Nursery, Not Quite Nursery, Childcare, Pre-K For All, and Summer Camp, as well as extended day and enrichment
options. Our preschool programs are designed to offer young children an opportunity to play, explore, and engage
in multi-faceted activities. Professionally trained teachers facilitate children’s growth through dynamic educational
experiences. We also provide a caring atmosphere in which children develop and thrive intellectually, socially and
emotionally and where families feel welcome.
The Early Childhood Programs of the Samuel Field Y are designed to foster a love of learning and to prepare our
students for the academic rigor of kindergarten and beyond.
Full Day Childcare Program
Sam’s Camp and Swim Club
(Offered only at Little Neck)
Planning your work schedule and needing childcare and
an early childhood education for your child age 2-5? Our
Little Neck Early Childhood Department has exceptional
activities for a customized plan to address your child’s
needs. This full day childcare program is staffed by
licensed New York State teachers and assistant teachers,
as well as aides with a commitment to both nurturing
and meeting social, emotional, and learning needs of our
children, and is available from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm.
(Offered only at Little Neck)
A first encounter with the world of camping.
Our children have access to four state of the art
playgrounds, computer time, music education, physical
education, as well as intergenerational programs and
activities. The Samuel Field Y provides a safe and caring
atmosphere where you can leave your child secure in
the knowledge that he or she is in the best possible
environment. We prepare educational experiences
appropriate to the developmental level of each group
in a nurturing atmosphere that considers each child’s
individual needs. The program includes breakfast and two
snacks. Lunch is brought from home. We do accept ACD
and HRA vouchers for families.
Nursery School at Samuel Field Y
(Offered at Both Little Neck and Bay Terrace)
The Nursery School at the Samuel Field Y is designed to
meet the learning, social and emotional needs of children
ages 2.9 through the Pre-Kindergarten Year, through half
day, extended day, and full day options. What you might
see in our classrooms:
Twos - learning how plants grow, how to make the color
purple, importance of sharing, & strengthening of vocabulary.
Samuel Field Y - Little Neck Site
5820 Little Neck Pkwy
Little Neck, NY 11362
Tricia Campo, MS, SAS, SDA, Director,
(718) 225-6750 ext. 246, [email protected]
Bay Terrace Center of the Samuel Field Y
212-00 23 Avenue
Bayside, NY 11360
Shari Rebhun, MS SpED, SBL, Director (718) 423-6111,
[email protected]
Pre-K For All
(Offered at Both Little Neck and Bay Terrace)
Exclusively for children residing in New York City who
turn four prior to December 31. This full day program
is offered free of charge. The program offers a rich,
supportive learning environment where children can
explore, discover, talk freely, build, create and grow
intellectually, emotionally, and socially.
The Samuel Field Y upholds its commitment to common core standards put in place by the New York
Department of Education, and implemented by our staff
of highly professional teachers. Classes prepare our
students for kindergarten by honing their skills in reading, writing, math, and science exploration.
Supplemental Programs for Pre-K For All
Regardless of where your child attends Pre-K For
All, a supplemental program at the Samuel Field Y is
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available to meet the changing needs of families. Bus
transportation is available from select local schools. You
don’t have to attend our Pre-K program to receive the
benefits of a Samuel Field Y education, including reading
and writing workshops, science and math explorations,
and computer enrichment!
Not Quite Nursery
(Offered at Both Little Neck and Bay Terrace)
This program provides 2 year olds with a chance to explore
an expanding world while learning independence. This
2-hour program introduces nursery school activities such
as art, music, dramatic play, blocks, cooking, and more.
Parent or caregiver remains in the class and separates
gradually as the child is ready. Not Quite Nursery includes 2
and 3 day options.
Threes - Understanding concepts like hibernation, the
development of a chrysalis from a caterpillar, how tall is a
giant penguin, and how do we measure.
Fours - Demonstrate ability to compare literature and
understand stories, learn how to write and read their
names, understand professions, and increase proficiency
in computer skills.
Nursery options include 2-day, 3-day, and 5-day programs,
with extended hours available for families that work late.
Parent-Child Exploration
Explore and share educational activities and experiences
with your child in our Parent-Child Explorations classes,
for children birth-24 months and their parents.
Classes are structured for children birth-6 months, 6-12
months, 12-18 months and 18-24 months. Parents
can engage with their children and other parents and
children, in creative activities that include music, singing,
exercise, story time, weekly themes and socializing. The
Bay Terrace Center is a great place for both parents and
children to make friends and learn and grow together!
For children two to five years old, Sam’s Camp and
Swim Club provides a nurturing educational and fun
summertime environment. Our program consists of
weekly themes, highlighted by special events such as
performances by professional entertainers and a special
lunch each month for those who attend full day programs.
Outdoor and indoor play activities are designed to
increase motor skills and to encourage socialization
opportunities. Full day and extended day campers go to
the local park and playground once a week for sports. All
campers swim at the Tanenbaum Family Pool across the
street daily, and are supervised by certified lifeguards.
At the Samuel Field Y we understand the special needs of
our nursery age children and have designed a choice of
program schedules, allowing you to choose the schedule
best suited for your child. Parents can choose either two,
three, or five full days from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, extended
days from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, or mornings from 9:00
am to noon. Full day, extended day and morning campers
all swim daily. To get your children safely to camp, doorto-door transportation is provided via our own mini-vans
for an additional charge.
Little Meadows Inclusion Program at SFY
Through our collaboration with Little Meadows Early
Childhood Center, the Samuel Field Y is able to provide
an inclusive Early Childhood program with integrated
classrooms. Staff consists of dually certified Early
Childhood/Special Education teachers and assistant
teachers who are certified by the New York State
Department of Education, who have extensive experience
in the field of early childhood. These classrooms pair
children from the community with other children who
receive services such as: special education, speech
therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and/or
counseling. The classes are also provided with a consulting
psychologist and a social worker who visit regularly, and
who at request, provide any support a family may need to
assist all children in reaching their optimal potential.
If you have concerns regarding your childs’ development,
Little Meadows offers comprehensive evaluation services
by highly qualified and experienced professionals in early
childhood development. Evaluations may also be performed
by bilingual Spanish professionals. Evaluations are provided
at no direct cost to parents. Evaluations are paid for by the
State of New York and New York City.
For more information or to register for this program,
please contact Shari Rebhun at (718) 423-6111.
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After School Day Care at the Samuel Field Y
Our after-school staff consists of professional and
paraprofessional group leaders who are carefully
selected for their commitment, skills and ability to relate
to children with a caring, positive attitude. Through the
use of project based learning, children are given the
space to grow and develop important interpersonal
skills, while learning social responsibilities and values in a
supportive group environment.
Transportation is currently provided from the following
schools, but is subject to change depending on
enrollment. For additional annual fees, families can
make use of our extended hours until 6:30PM as well
as transportation to Hebrew School at many local
synagogues. The after-school program also accepts
ACD & HRA vouchers.
P.S. 18Q P.S. 31Q
P.S. 26Q P.S. 46Q
P.S. 205Q P.S. 98Q
P.S. 133Q P.S. 186Q
Yeshiva Har Torah
P.S. 94Q
P.S. 188
P.S. 221Q
M.S. 67Q
P.S. 214Q
P.S. 173Q
P.S. 203Q
M.S. 74Q
School Holiday Programs
(Little Neck)
We provide full day holiday programming for children in
Kindergarten through 7th grade on most public school
holidays and vacations throughout the year. Each holiday
trip includes childcare, transportation to and from the trip,
admission to activities and a snack. Past trips have included
the Queens Zoo, local Amusement Parks, Queens Hall of
Science, Bowling, Movies, and much, much, more!
Teen Council
The Beacon Programs are school-based Community
Centers, funded by the New York City Department of
Youth and Community Development. The Samuel Field
Y Beacon child care programs operate during after
school hours, summer vacation and on weekends and
holidays, providing a wide range of services and activities
for children and their families. Beacon After School Care
Programs include Basketball, Tae Kwon Do, Individual
and Family Counseling, Vocational and School to Work
programs, Dance, Drama, Chess, Computer, Homework
Club, Academic Tutorials, Youth Councils, Tennis, Video
Production and Adult Programs such as Computers,
Stress Reduction, Parent Support Groups, as part of
a comprehensive menu of activities for all ages and
interests. Grades 9 – 12
This prestigious teen program is available to any teen
in 9th through 12th grade that feels a commitment
to leadership skills and community service and
development. The council’s responsibilities include:
coordination of Teen Lounge events, organization of
community projects, committee work and other special
programs such as Toys for Tots, Project Hope, canned
food drives, UJA Phone-A-Thon, intergenerational
activities, holiday dinners and an experiential hands-on
leadership weekend.
M.S. 158Q, (718) 423-2266
46-35 Oceania Street, Bayside, NY 11361
Select High School students are accepted to various
programs of learning, service and employment. Upon
completion of interview participants are hired to take part
in paid and unpaid internships in various departments
of the Samuel Field Y. Training hours are mandatory
and completed paperwork is required. Internships are
conducted in programs for typically developing children
and children with special needs. These programs are
sponsored by the New York City Department of Youth
and Community Development, The J.E. & Z.B. Butler
Foundation, and The After School Corporation.
David Slotnick, LMSW, Program Director, Ext. 272
[email protected]
58-20 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362
Andrea Gavora, BA, Assistant Director, Youth &
Adolescent Services
(718) 225-6750, [email protected]
The Samuel Field Y provides an after-school program
on site that offers a social and recreational experience
with an educational component including homework
assistance where our children work with licensed teachers
to complete their assignments. We strive to offer a
customizable program where families can build a program
that fits best with their schedule, and children can
choose from a wide range of specialty activities so that
the programming is always fresh and exciting. Activities
include cooking, sports, arts & crafts projects, science
and more! Themed days and opportunities for parent
engagement in community events and youth showcases
are also a central part of this 10 month program.
Beacon Programs
Comprehensive After-School System of NYC
(COMPASS)/School’s Out NYC (SONYC)After School Programs and Activities
David Slotnick, LMSW, Program Director,
ext. 272, [email protected]
The Samuel Field Y offers after school enrichment programs
at several schools in Districts 25 and 26. Programs are
offered FREE of charge and are limited in enrollment.
All after school programs provide academic enhancement,
socialization, recreation, and learning opportunities as well
as exposure to the arts, technology, and diverse activities.
These after school programs are funded by the Department
of Youth and Community Development through the
Comprehensive After-School System of NYC and School’s
Out New York City Initiatives.
After school care programs can be found in
the following schools in Queens, NY: P.S. 21Q, (516) 522-4554
47-36 26th Ave, New York, NY 11354
P.S. 55Q, (516) 318-6250
131-10 97 Avenue, Richmond Hill, NY 11419
P.S. 115Q, (917) 485-2942
80-51 261 Street, Floral Park, NY 11004
P.S. 169Q, (917) 567-0733
18-25 212 Street, Bayside, NY 11360
Bell Academy, (718) 423-6111 Ext. 290
18-25 212th St, Bayside, NY 11360
P.S./I.S. 178Q, (646) 772-3879
189-10 Radnor Road, Jamaica Estates, NY 11423
P.S. / I.S. 266Q, (718) 468-2146
74-10 Commonwealth Boulevard, Bellerose, NY 11426
M.S. 172Q, (718) 347-3279
81-14 257th Street, Floral Park, NY 11004
M.S. 216Q, (718) 445-6983
64-20 175th Street, Fresh Meadows, NY 11365
Youth & Adolescent Services
Danielle Hersch, LMSW, Director
718-225-6750 ext. 263
Teen programs, serving 7th-12th graders, include lounge
nights, gym time, leadership development programs and
volunteer opportunities. If you’re looking for a place to
hang out with good friends, get updates on the latest
happenings and explore your potential as a leader of
tomorrow, then you should come by or call Danielle.
Junior Council
Andrea Gavora, Assistant Director of Youth & Adolescent
Services, BA, Ext. 261
Have a cause you’re passionate about, and want
to make a difference? The Samuel Field Y’s youth
department host Junior Council, where tweens and teens
in grades 6-8 can spend quality time with their friends
while planning some great community service projects to
benefit our neighborhood. Junior Council allows middle
school aged children the opportunity to socialize with a
group of their friends, and share experiences with one
another to let them know that they have a familiar place
to come to for support and comfort, while learning how
to truly give back to their community. Service credit for
school will be provided as well. Call for schedule!
Andrea Gavora, Assistant Director of Youth & Adolescent
Services, BA, Ext. 261
In School Youth Program
Elizabeth McArdle, MSW, Coordinator of Workforce
Initiatives, Ext. 202
Community Service and Volunteer Programs
Danielle Hersch, LMSW, Director, Ext. 263
Designed for youth who want to learn about the
world of work on a volunteer basis or satisfy their
community service requirement. Community service
volunteer placement opportunities, as well as a variety
of educational and vocational support services, will be
provided. Participants can partake in community service
events, such as helping run our Purim Carnival, delivering
food packages to homebound seniors, and much more.
Participants will also be assigned to a department within
the Y to truly experience the world of work.
CLASSP and Advanced CLASSP: Consortia for
Learning and Service to Special Populations
Danielle Schaefer, (718) 225-6750 ext. 264, [email protected]
This class provides an opportunity for youth to enhance
their academic portfolio while earning college credit and
gaining meaningful experience in a program working
with children with special needs. This interactive
and engaging course places students in a hands-on,
experiential, learning environment for a weekly internship
that incorporates coursework with reflective discussion.
The results in an immersive experience that encourages
students to make connections while building their skills in
the workplace.
This program is made possible by a grant from the J.E.
and Z.B. Butler Foundation
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to staff ratio. Program is designed and supervised by
professional educators and clinicians. Each afternoon,
children participate in educational, recreational and
socialization experiences designed to enhance academic
and social skills while boosting self-esteem. Daily
schedule includes homework help, arts & crafts, yoga,
cooking, science, and gym time, and is offered from
2:30-6:00 PM Monday through Friday and runs for the
length of the school year. Snack is provided.
Programs made possible by NYC Autism Initiative & JE +
ZB Butler Foundation
Project Teen
After-School Program for Children with Disabilities
Amanda Smith, LMSW (718) 423-6111 x242
[email protected]
The Butler Center for Children
with Disabilities
Robin J. Topol, LCSW
Director Special Services, (718) 225-6750 ext. 259
[email protected]
Gerrie Mayerhoff, MS PD
Co-Director Special Services
Director of C.H.I.L.D. Program, (718) 225-6750 ext. 262
[email protected]
Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village
Ryan Peters, Director, 718-279-0690
[email protected]
Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village has been enriching the
lives of campers as a premier Jewish residential summer
camp for almost 70 years. With strong traditions, a
beautiful facility and dedicated staff, we offer campers
the opportunity to learn and grow in a nurturing and
compassionate environment. We offer a wide variety
of activities, all designed to build confidence and help
children feel good about themselves. From our beautiful
70 acre lake to athletics, arts and crafts, music and
Outdoor Adventure, our programs are specifically
designed to be engaging, fun and impactful. CPLV’s
most unique feature is our overall structure. Split into
two main campuses by our one of a kind waterfront, our
2nd-7th graders spend their summers at Poyntelle, while
our 8th-11th graders have a separate campus at Lewis
Village.
With a wonderful array of activities, along with an
embedded Jewish culture that is part of our daily
lives, CPLV is truly is a unique and special place for
generations of campers and families. We look forward to
welcoming you into our community!
For more information please visit www.poyntelle.org
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Amanda Smith, LMSW
Program Director Community-Based Services for
Children with Disabilities
(718) 423-6111
[email protected]
Community-Based Services for
Children with Special Needs
Amanda Smith, LMSW
(718) 423-6111 ext. 242, [email protected]
We have a lot of exciting and innovative programs for
children with special needs. Before your child is placed in
one of our programs an assessment is done to evaluate
which programs would be most beneficial for your child.
To set up an intake or with any questions, please contact
Amanda Smith
Project Child
After-School Program for Children with Disabilities
Amanda Smith, LMSW (718) 423-6111 x242
[email protected]
This after-school program at the Bay Terrace Center
of the Samuel Field Y provides a safe and nurturing
after-school environment geared specifically towards
children with ADD, ADHD, learning disabilities, and
high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders. Project
Child serves children ages 5-12 years old and offers the
opportunity for children to enjoy safe, supportive and
successful after-school experiences with a 3:1 child
This after-school program located at Bell Academy
in Bayside provides a safe and nurturing after-school
environment geared specifically towards children with
ADD, ADHD, learning disabilities, and high-functioning
Autism Spectrum Disorders. Project Teen serves
children ages 13-15 years old and offers the opportunity
for children to enjoy safe, supportive and successful
after-school experiences with a 3:1 child to staff ratio.
Program is designed and supervised by professional
educators and clinicians. Children participate in
educational, recreational and socialization experiences
designed to enhance academic and social skills while
boosting self-esteem. There is an inclusion component
in which Project Teen students will join the Bell Academy
SONYC afterschool program for structured activities
such as art, gym, and Lego building (STEM). This
program runs from 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM Monday through
Friday through the length of the school year, and daily
schedule includes homework help, arts & crafts, cooking,
science, Lego building, and gym time. Snack is provided.
Social Skills Groups
For Children with Disabilities, ADD, ADHD, learning
disabilities, and high-functioning Autism Spectrum
Disorders
Amanda Smith, LMSW (718) 423-6111 x242
[email protected]
The Samuel Field Y is proud to work with The Seaver and
New York Autism Center of Excellence at Mount Sinai
School of Medicine in offering a social skills programs
for children with disabilities ages 5-12. This program
includes a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) structure of
teaching skills, and focuses on skills such as non-verbal
communication, social initiation, problem solving, and
coping. Children are placed in groups consisting of 5-8
children according to age and current areas of strength
and concern. Groups meet once weekly for an hour and
fifteen minutes, with a voluntary parent discussion group
that will meet for 15 minutes at the end of each session
with our trained staff.
This Program is made possible by NYC Autism Initiative
& JE + ZB Butler Foundation
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SPORTS PROGRAMS
Basketball Buddies/Soccer Stars
For Children with Disabilities, ADD, ADHD, learning
disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorders
Amanda Smith, LMSW (718) 423-6111 x242
[email protected]
Basketball Buddies and Soccer Stars are programs
designed specifically for children on the Autism Spectrum
allowing them the opportunity to learn fundamental
basketball/soccer skills while making new friends! Each
child who participates is paired up with a teen buddy
volunteer from the local community who assists the
children in acquiring newly learned skills. Sessions
are held on Thursday evenings at the Samuel Field Y
Gymnasium. Family and friends are invited to come and
cheer on their favorite players!
Programs made possible by NYC Autism Initiative &
JE + ZB Butler Foundation
SUMMER PROGRAMS
Teen Social Skills Group
For Teens with Disabilities, ADD, ADHD, learning
disabilities, and high-functioning Autism Spectrum
Disorders
Amanda Smith, LMSW (718) 423-6111 x242
[email protected]
The Samuel Field Y is proud to offer a new TEEN social
skills group for children ages 13-15. This program is
designed and facilitated by professional educators and
clinicians, however, participants are encouraged to build
the curriculum cooperatively based on their interests and
needs. The group meets once a week for an hour and
fifteen minutes, with a voluntary parent discussion group
that meets for 15 minutes at the end of each session
with our trained staff.
Weekday Recreation Program for Preschool
Children with Disabilities
Amanda Smith, LMSW (718) 423-6111 x242
[email protected]
This year-round program, which is also a special
Summer program offering Pool Parties and opportunities
to swim and play, serves children 2.5-5 years of age
that have developmental disabilities and their families.
Program includes twice weekly recreation programs
that feature an adaptive physical education followed by
a professionally facilitated play experience. We provide
special activities for siblings and supportive assistance
for parents.
This program is made possible by a grant from the
New York State Office for People with Developmental
Disabilities - Queens DDRO
Autism Summer Respite
For Children with Disabilities
Amanda Smith, LMSW (718) 423-6111 x242
[email protected]
Autism Summer Respite is a Medicaid Waiver funded
program geared toward children ages 5-21 with
disabilities. With a 3:1 child to staff ratio, children
participate in arts and crafts, computer time, cooking,
science, outdoor activities, gym time, homework help
(if necessary), fun and educational activities, with a
provided snack. Program runs from 2:30-5:00 PM
Monday-Friday for 6 weeks coinciding with the summer
school schedule, with an optional full day program
offered limited days at the beginning and end of the
summer. Limited transportation is available.
Summer Project Child
For Children with Disabilities, ADD, ADHD, learning
disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorders
Special Services Summer Camp
Our day camps specialize in serving children 5-21 who
have developmental disabilities. Younger campers enjoy
center-based summer camp programs at the Y’s Little
Neck site while older campers have the adventure of full
day summer camp experiences at the Henry Kaufmann
Campgrounds. For more information please contact
Gerrie Mayerhoff, ext. 262.
For Children with Developmental Disabilities
Robin Topol, LCSW, Director, 718-225-6750, ext.259
[email protected]
The Special Services Department of the Samuel Field Y
services children ages 5-21 who have a developmental
disability. All programs work on socialization and skills of
independence.
After School Program
This after school care program is for children having
developmental disabilities ages 5-21. Groups meet
daily after school under the direction a professionally
supervised staff. New York City Board of Education
transportation is provided from school to the Y and van
transportation may be provided by the Y to the child’s
home at the end of the day. Contact Robin Topol, ext.
259. [email protected]
Special Teens
A once monthly recreational program that meets on
Sunday afternoons geared for high functioning and
independent teens with developmental disabilities.
Contact Robin Topol, ext. 259. [email protected]
School Holiday Program
We provide children having developmental disabilities
with an exciting assortment of trips to places of interest
on most school holidays and vacations throughout the
year. Interview required. Contact Robin Topol, ext. 259.
[email protected]
Programs for Families With
Loved Ones with Autism
Ha Dereckh: A Path
Amanda Smith, LMSW (718) 423-6111 x242
[email protected]
Danielle Schaefer, (718) 225-6750 ext. 264,
[email protected]
Summer Project Child provides a safe and nurturing
after-school or camp environment geared specifically
towards children with ADD, ADHD, learning disabilities,
and high-functioning children on the Autism Spectrum.
We serve children ages 5-12 with a 3:1 child to staff
ratio and offer arts and crafts, computer time, cooking,
science, outdoor activities, gym time, homework help
(if necessary), fun and educational activities, with a
provided snack. Program runs from 2:30-6:00 PM
Monday-Friday for 6 weeks coinciding with the summer
school schedule. Optional full day program offered
limited days at the beginning and end of the summer.
Ha Dereckh: A Path, is a collaborative program created
to address the prevocational needs of high school
age youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder and related
disorders. The goal is to incorporate individuals with
disabilities within the agency’s workforce to develop
basic work skills. This training program is designed to
pair youth ages 15-19 with a neuro-typical teen mentor
for an internship program structured to meet their
needs while fostering independence and encouraging
vocational development.
Promoting Healthy Relationships
Danielle Schaefer, (718) 225-6750 ext. 264,
[email protected]
Working together to Promote Healthy Relationships
is a series of workshops, groups and trainings to
support parents of young people with intellectual and
developmental disabilities as their children begin the
journey to adulthood. The program will address the
important issues that accompany the changes that
begin at adolescence. Topics such as puberty and
development, as well as understanding issues of
sexuality and safety within relationships will be discussed.
This parent education series focuses on the essential
building blocks of adulthood with the goal of building
healthy relationships.
This program is made possible through the support
of the New York State Office of Persons With
Developmental Disabilities.
Additional Summer Camp Programs for
Children with Special Needs
Lisa Beth Gerstman Camp
Shari Rebhun, MS SpED, SBL, Director
(718) 423-6111, [email protected]
A summer program designed for children ages 6-13
years old who are hard of hearing or deaf. Held at
our Bay Terrace Pool Club, campers enjoy daily swim
lessons, sports, arts and crafts, and community trips.
Thanks to the Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation, your child
will gain opportunities to develop meaningful friendships
and create memories to last a lifetime.
Summer Camp Inclusion Program (S.C.I.P)
Danielle Hersch, LMSW, Director, (718) 225-6750 Ext.
263, [email protected]
Held at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds, a goal of the
program is to facilitate the successful inclusion of children
who have physical disabilities within their community
camp settings. Campers in grades K-10 are matched
with their same aged peers. Our S.C.I.P. director assists
in monitoring the camp environment so campers are able
to gain the best camp experience.
The program is made possible through the support of
UJA-Federation of New York.
Programs made possible by NYC Autism Initiative &
JE + ZB Butler Foundation
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DAY CAMP
Starting at age 2 and all the way through Teen Travel, we offer
customizable camp programs to meet the needs of any family.
AT THE SAMUEL FIELD Y
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Nursery Camps
Sam’s Camp & Swim Club
Little Neck Site
2 - 5 years old
Sam’s Swim Club has dynamic and fun-filled weekly themes and
an action-packed program complete with creative arts & music,
exciting entertainment and so much more! Daily swim program is
facilitated by a certified lifeguard, and all children are assessed
prior to entering the pool. Transportation is provided by our
own mini busses for an additional fee. Discounts are awarded to
Tanenbaum Family Pool Members.
Select either 2, 3 or 5 days with the following options:
Options: 9:00 - 12:00 PM
9:00 - 2:00 PM
9:00 - 4:00 PM
Extended Hours:
Early Drop-off - 7:30 - 9:00 AM
Late Pick Up - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
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Elementary Camps
SFY Day Camp
Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds
K - 5th Grade
Spend the summer at a place like no other! We offer our campers the unique opportunity of
an unplugged, outdoor experience on our 350-acre camp. Create lasting memories and
explore new interests while being immersed in our action packed schedule. Daily & Elective
Programming includes creative arts, sports clinics, music, dance instruction, drama, play
production & more! Carnivals, entertainers and special days are sprinkled throughout the
summer. Daily instructional & recreational swim with Water Safety Instructors. Age
appropriate trips, late nights and overnights planned by our professional staff. Hot Lunch is
available for an additional fee. Round trip transportation is included.
Choose custom days, weeks & sessions, or stay with us for all 7.5 fun-filled weeks.
Bay Terrace Center
2 - 6 years old
Kidz Club offers instructional & recreational swim, arts, cooking,
sports clinics, music, yoga,tennis instruction, enrichment, martial
arts, & dance. Highlighted programming includes: Kidz Club
Olympics, animal conservation, mystery events, and our end of
summer musical production! Campers are supervised by certified
teachers and childcare professionals. Discounts are awarded to
Bay Terrace Pool Members.
Nursery Age: 2.5-3.5 years old 9:00-12:00 PM 3 or 5 days
Pre-K - 1st Grade: 11:30-4:30 PM 3, 4 or 7 week sessions
Extended Hours: 8:00-9:00 AM or 9:00-11:30 AM
718-423-6111
in a safe and supported environment!
Tween & Teen
Options
Tween Camp
Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds
6 - 7 Grade
Tweens is a time for our campers to grow and split their time between our
campgrounds and exciting day trips to amusement parks, ball games and
more! This specially designed program works to foster a sense of
independence as our campers embark on two 4-day overnight trips, where
they get a chance to explore new places with our trained and experienced
staff. When they’re not traveling, their days are filled with activities including
swim, arts, sports, and drama.
718-225-6750 x261, 263, 264
Sports Camp 2ND-5TH GRADE
Sports Camp is designed for children of all abilities who want to spend their summer playing a
variety of sports in a unique, outdoor setting. We create an atmosphere where campers build
self-esteem to learn the value of teamwork and improve their athletic skills. Exciting late night
and over nights, as well as sport themed off-site trips, make for a well rounded speciality
program.
Young Adventurers 5TH GRADE
Kidz Club
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Our camps are dedicated to giving all children the opportunity to
“YA” Campers experience all of the activities that our magnificent campgrounds have to offer
and also get to experience weekly day trips as well as a 2 & 3-day overnight trip, to places such
as Mystic, CT, where campers travel on luxury coach busses and sleep in hotel
accommodations.
718-225-6750 x261, 263, 264
Academic Summer Enrichment
Little Neck Site
1st - 4th Grade
Have your child continue their academic learning throughout the summer! Instruction by a New
York State Certified teachers include Math, Reading, Writing, and Science as part of the exciting
and dynamic, personalized curriculum. Weekly programming also includes a bake sale, computer
lab, and playground time. Swim is also a part of the program on selected days.
Transportation is provided by our own mini busses for an additional fee. Snack is provided daily.
718-225-6750 x263 / 516-655-9705
Teen Travel Camp
Little Neck Site
8 - 10 Grade
Our Teens are always on the move! Every day is a new adventure exploring
different places around NYC and Long Island. Highlights include day trips to
Six Flags Great Adventure, a Broadway Show, the beach and more! The
calendar centers around two 5-day trips along the East Coast and into
Canada, where our campers sight-see, travel by luxury coach busses and stay
in hotel accommodations. Round trip transportation is included.
718-225-6750 x261, 263, 264
Counselor in Training
10 - 11 Grade
Here is your chance to learn and work with children under the guidance of
our camp professionals. After successful completion of the interview
process and the C.I.T. training course, you will be eligible to work and
receive on-the-job-training. The program also features special trips with
other C.I.T.s throughout the summer.
718-225-6750 x261, 263, 264
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A Queens Place for Adults with Physical Disabilities
Marisa Plotkin, LMSW, Ext. 345
The Samuel Field Y offers social programs for physically
challenged adults. Meeting on weeknights (call ahead
for schedule) and Sundays, these groups create an
opportunity for adults with physical challenges to
socialize, network, and enjoy activities together.
UJA Federation’s Partners
in Caring
Jordana Davidson, LMSW, ext. 212 [email protected]
The Partner’s in Caring (PIC) program of the Samuel
Field Y is a UJA-Federation of New York grant funded
program engaging synagogues and other community
based organizations in a collective effort to address the
needs of our vulnerable community members including
frail, isolated, older adults. The goal of the program
is to supplement and compliment the services and
care provided by each synagogue with social work
support to clergy, Jewish professionals, leadership,
membership, and the greater community. The PIC
team can provide assistance with consultation/ training
for clergy member and Lay Leaders, intergenerational
volunteer programming, mental health education and
psycho-educational programs, bereavement counseling,
caregiver support, support for individuals coping with
marital issues/separation/divorce, support through life’s
transitions, discussion groups, short-term counseling,
legal, financial & career resources (UJA-Federation’s
Connect to Care), information and referral services,
community events and synagogue workshops.
Engage: Age with a Purpose
Jordana Davidson, LMSW, ext. 212
[email protected]
UJA-Federation of New York’s Engage Jewish Service
Corps at the Samuel Field Y provides a new model of
volunteering for skilled and committed individuals, over the
age of 40, looking to reshape society at every stage of their
lives. Engage volunteers use their skills, expertise, passion,
and leadership to address issues like poverty, hunger,
joblessness, education, the isolated elderly, and people with
special needs. We offer one- time and continuous volunteer
experiences for volunteers of all different backgrounds,
physical ability levels and professions.
A Time for Us
Jordana Davidson, LMSW, ext. 212 [email protected]
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The A Time for Us program allows adults, over the age of
21, with developmental disabilities, to participate in social
and recreational opportunities in a safe and nurturing
environment. Participants in this program have the
opportunity to make lasting friendships while taking part
in fun activities with peers, supportive professional staff
and caring community volunteers. This program operates
one Sunday a month, October through June. Past
activities have included Zumba, cooking, art, bowling,
our end of the year dance and much more! A Time for Us
is made possible through the support and generosity of
the JE & ZB Butler Foundation.
UJA Safety Net
Legal and Financial
Counseling Services
UJA SAFETY NET
Legal and Financial Counseling Services
As part of UJA-Federation of New York’s Safety Net
Initiative, the Samuel Field Y serves as the hub of
QueensNet, facilitating delivery of the following services:
information and referral through the QueensNet Help
Desk, comprehensive care coordination (English and
Russian), benefits and entitlements assistance, and kosher
food distribution. Through this initiative, NYLAG also
provides comprehensive free civil legal services to meet
the needs of the chronically poor, working poor and newly
poor Jewish clients, with a focus on the elderly. NYLAG’s
Mobile Legal Help Center visits the Central Queens Y and
SFY, and offers a fully equipped law office and courtroom
on wheels that serves Jewish clients where they live and
access services. For more information or if you have any
questions, please contact QueensNet to schedule an
appointment at (718) 224-0566.
L’Evnot Koach
The Single Parent Initiative
Sarah Werber, LMSW, ext. 248,
[email protected]
UJA Federation of New York’s
L’Evnot Koach (To Build Strength)
Single Parent Initiative, helps provide single parents
with financial workshops, group supportive counseling,
information and referral services, socialization, career
counseling, parent workshops, programs for children,
and much more.
LGBT Rainbow Mishpacha Family Weekend
Each Summer Camp Poytnelle Lewis Village collaborates
with The LGBT Network for an LGBT Rainbow
Mishpacha Family Camp experience. In Hebrew
Mishpacha means family, and this opportunity creates
exciting family experiences that will last a lifetime by
spending a gorgeous 4 days in the Pocono Mountains.
Family camp weekend is open to LGBT-headed
households (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender)
and their families, and offers events like boating and
swimming on the 70 acre exclusive lake, playing sports,
outdoor adventure, a campfire, traditional Friday Night
Shabbat Service, a BBQ, and what camp experience
would not be complete without….s’mores!
If you have questions regarding The LGBT Rainbow
Mishpacha Family Camp, please contact Adam Popper
at 718-279-0690, or email [email protected]
This program is made possible through the support of
UJA-Federation of New York, Long Island Program and
Services Cabinet.
Neighborhood Senior Center
Ilene Yair, LMSW, Director, ext. 236, [email protected]
Silver Sneakers
Silver Splash Swim in Bayside
The Neighborhood Senior Center is an exciting and
dynamic program for people 60 years of age and older.
The focus is on continued growth and enrichment,
always seeking to enhance the quality of life. Members
attend a variety of classes and small group discussion
groups led by qualified leaders. The Center emphasizes
social, recreation and education and therapeutic
programs, as well as day trips and special events. There
are also many opportunities to volunteer one’s services in
important and fulfilling areas.
Activate your aqua exercise urge for variety! SilverSplash
offers lots of fun and shallow water moves to improve
agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. No
swimming ability is required, and a special SilverSneakers
kickboard is used to develop strength, balance and
coordination.
Funded by the New York City Department for the Aging,
NYSOFA, and UJA-Federation of NY.
Gay And Lesbian Adult Group is a social group for
older GBLT members of our community. The group
meets monthly, and offers a variety of activities such
as game nights, antiques appraisals and speakers and
entertainers, Pre-Thanksgiving celebration, Dine-Out
Programs, and an annual Pool Party at the Tanenbaum
Family Pool at the Samuel Field Y.
Sam’s Senior Café
Sam’s Senior Café serves Kosher
lunches to people over 60 years
old, and operates from 11:30 AM to
1:00 PM on weekdays. There is a
suggested contribution of $2.50. For
more information please call (718)
225-6750.
Senior Fitness Program
Nancy Amalfitano, Director of Physical Education, ext.
238, [email protected]
Ilene Yair, LMSW, Director Senior Center ext. 236,
[email protected]
The Samuel Field Y Physical Education & Recreation
Department offers a variety of exercise classes designed
for adults over the age of 60. These strength, stretching
and conditioning classes are designed for those
individuals who regularly exercise as well as those who
may not have exercised in years. Many classes can be
performed completely from a seated position. Note:
Registrants are required to submit medical clearance
forms completed by their physician prior to taking
classes.
Classes offered include: Yoga/stretch - Senior aerobics Chair exercise - Arthritis exercise
Please call Eileen at (718) 423-6111 for more information.
GALA Group
Ilene Yair, LMSW, Director, Ext. 236
Early Stage Dementia
Alissa Pizzutiello, LCSW, Director, ext. 331
Ellen Sarokin, LCSW
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
The Early Stage Dementia Care Program offers a
twice weekly support program to assist people newly
diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory
disorders, and who are aware of their memory loss.
Members participate in:
• Twice weekly therapeutic groups
• Integrated programs with the Adult Center
• Memory enhancement activities
• Educational programs
• Exercise and fitness maintenance
• Recreational day trips
Family members can take advantage of four weekly
support groups which are available to help cope
with the strain of care-giving. Clients are charged on a
sliding scale basis. Limited transportation is available.
Pre-admission screening is required. Members bring their
own lunches, snacks and hot drinks are provided.
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Social Adult Day Care Family Respite Program
Jamie Cooperman, BA, Director, ext. 221
Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
The Family Respite Program provides adult day care to
older adults with Alzheimer’s disease or related memory
disorders. The daily activities, designed to foster
socialization, mental stimulation and to improve quality of
life include:
• Educational programs
• Chair exercise
• Reminiscence and mental enhancement opportunities
• Music and crafts programming
• Current events discussions
• Intergenerational activities
Family members can take advantage of four weekly
support groups which are available to help cope with
the strain of care-giving. Clients are charged on a sliding
scale basis. Limited transportation is available. Preadmission screening is required. Light breakfast and a
Kosher lunch are served.
NORCs
NORC is short for Naturally Occurring Retirement
Community, a comprehensive supportive service
program for our community’s seniors. These programs
serve the senior residents of the Clearview Gardens
Cooperative in Whitestone, Deepdale Gardens
Corporation in Little Neck, and single family homes in
parts of Floral Park, Bellerose, and New Hyde Park.
NORCs receive State and City funding, as well as
assistance from UJA-Federation of New York, the United
Hospital Fund, Parker Jewish Institute, and Visiting Nurse
Services. NORC’s are designed to serve communities
where a majority of residents have “aged in place,” and
they serve to help residents remain in the comfort of their
own homes.
These programs provide a wide variety of services
including: counseling, case management, transportation
to medical appointments and shopping, exercise classes,
health education and consultation, information and referral
to community services, assistance with entitlements, food
shopping, and ongoing telephone reassurance.
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Deepdale Cares
Laura Greenblatt, LCSW, Director
Kallyope Glotsos, MSW
Mindy Baron, Program Assistant
57-17 Marathon Parkway
Little Neck NY 11362
(718) 225-3929
[email protected]
CAP – Clearview Assistance Program
Gary Babad, LCSW Director
Mila Streltsoff, MSW
Doreen Parham, Secretary
163-59 17 Avenue
Whitestone, NY 11357
(718) 352-4157
[email protected]
Naturally Occurring Retirement Community With
Out Walls (NORC WOW)
Darlene Brennan, LCSW Director
Yvonne Gelbord, LCSW, Clinical Director
58-20 Little Neck Pkwy
Little Neck, NY 11362
(718) 225-6750 x540
[email protected]
Community Advisory Program for the Elderly
(CAPE)
59-28 Little Neck Parkway,
Little Neck, NY 11362
718 225-6750 ext. 250 or 718 224-0566
Fax 718 224-7544 E-Mail [email protected]
Michael Upston, LCSW, Director, ext. 250
Marcy Mostel, MD, Medical Director, ext. 250
Debra Ilberman, LCSW, Assistant Director, ext. 250
The Community Advisory Program for the Elderly,
known as CAPE, is an outpatient Mental Health Clinic
for Queens residents aged 60 and over and their
families. Individual, group and family therapy, psychiatric
evaluations and medication monitoring for both clinic
and homebound elderly are available to help cope with
psychiatric, emotional and adjustment issues. Children
of the elderly and family members of Alzheimer’s patients
may attend family treatment and evening support groups.
Transportation (daytime only), including a wheelchair
accessible van is available for a small fee, for those
unable to use public transportation. Medicaid, Medicare
and third party payments are accepted.
Transportation
John Schwendel, Coordinator, (718) 225-6750 ext. 231
The Samuel Field Y’s Transportation system is a special
program that provides bus transportation for older adult
members and community people who are unable to use
public transportation or drive their own cars. Categories
of rides to those who demonstrate eligibility are:
Medical Appointments: Mon. – Fri. 9:15 AM – 11:00 AM
Food Shopping: Mon. – Fri. 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Senior Center Transport: Mon. - Fri. 9:30 AM and
10:30 AM to the Y/ 3:30 PM from the Y
For additional transportation options contact our
Transportation office at (718) 225-6750 ext. 231. All trips
are door-to-door. At least 48 hours’ notice is required
on all scheduling. Funded in part by the New York City
Department for the Aging and UJA Federation of New York.
A multi-agency initiative assisting families who have
been adversly affected by the economic downturn.
Community Mental Health Services
CAPE now provides mental health services in three
senior centers in Queens - Selfhelp’s Clearview Senior
Center, the Central Queens Y, and JSPOA’s Friendship
Center. A social worker and psychiatrist are available by
appointment to see participants of the centers on site.
CAPE has also been working with Selfhelp Community
Services to provide psychiatric assessments and
medication to Nazi Victims in Queens.
The Mobile Outreach Service Team (MOST) is available
as part of CAPE’s services. The interdisciplinary team
of social worker, registered nurse and psychiatric nurse
practitioner work to identify homebound elderly, assess
and evaluate their psychosocial and health needs,
and link the individual and family to the appropriate
community programs. Services include ongoing
supportive counseling and psychotropic medication
monitoring.
We also offer specialized services for Holocaust
survivors, including a group at the Holocaust Center at
Queensboro Community College.
CAPE and MOST clients now have the availability of
three peer advocates to help them with information and
referral for concrete services and telephone reassurance.
CAPE is funded in part by the New York City Department
of Health and Mental Hygiene as well as UJA-Federation
of New York.
THE SERVICES YOU NEED TO HELP TURN
THINGS AROUND.
Employment & Career Transition Services
• Resume Preparation • Interviewing Skills • Networking/Marketing
• Coping With Job Loss • Career Exploration
Legal Services
• Debtor/Creditor • Foreclosure Prevention
• Consumer Law/Employment Law • Unemployment Insurance
• Bankruptcy • Denials Of Government Benefits
Financial Consultation, Debt Counseling & Budget Assistance
• Money Management & Budgeting • Credit & Debt Counseling
• Support For Dealing With Creditors
• Affordable Banking Services • Strategic Referrals
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Remember the good ole’
days? Miss your old camp
buddies and counselors?
Development Department
Jana Ryan, Director of Development
(718) 225-6750 ext. 238 [email protected]
It Takes Resources to Be a Resource
Samuel Field Y & Central Queens Y
Business Council
Jana Ryan, Director of Development
(718) 225-6750 ext. 238
[email protected]
The year alone, the Samuel Field Y has helped:
- 412 Adults and children with disabilities engage in our
award-winning services
- 165 People utilize our Alzheimer’s Respite and
Caregiving Programs
- 8,447 Youth and young adults have safe opportunities;
including athletics, job training and teen leadership
- 1,405 Older adults enjoy activities and lunch at our
Senior Center
- 609 Children begin their education in our Early
Childhood Programs
- 1,445 Adults age in place with dignity and care
throughout the community
- 534 People benefit from our CAPE Geriatric Mental
Health Center
- 35,000 Individuals receive caring and compassionate
service in their homes and at our 33 sites in Queens
and Nassau County
To find out how you can make a difference, and to
designate funds to the program of your choice, please
contact Jana Ryan at (718) 225-6750 ext. 238, or visit
www.sfy.org/donate
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Our Community is Everybody’s Business
The Business Council is comprised of leaders in the
business community who support two exceptional
multi-service community organizations - the Samuel Field
Y and the Central Queens Y. The focus of the council
is to provide the greater Queens and western Nassau
communities with resources, services and programs for
people of every age and stage of life.
Partner with us and benefit from your association with
the largest social service agency in Queens.
Current supporters include: AgeWell New York, Bayada
Home Health Care, Custom Computer Specialists,
Flushing Bank, Hank Lane Music, Hankin & Mazel, PLLC,
Keller Williams Realty, MASH City Business Systems, Men
on the Move, Minute Man Press of Bellerose, New York
Hospital Queens, North Shore LIJ Forest Hills Hospital,
Parker Jewish Institute, Ronald Fatoullah, The Queens
Courier, Star of David Memorial Chapels, Sterling Risk,
Tanenbaum Associates L.L.P. and more.
Support Those That Support The Y by joining the
Business Council. Our levels of sponsorship provide
many benefits that can be designed to suit your
individual needs. Check out our full list of partners, and
see which level you’d like to join at by visiting www.sfy.
org/business-council
Join our growing alumni
network so that YOU can
reconnect with one of the
best times of your life, and
create some new memories
with some old friends.
Alumni
Over the past couple of years our alumni network has
participated in family fun outings at the Henry Kaufmann
Campgrounds, gone to Mets games together, shared
cocktails, appetizers, and stories at happy hour, and
have volunteered at multiple community wide events!
To join our alumni network, please visit www.sfy.org/
alumni,and fill out our alumni survey.
To see alumni photos, including our wildly popular
throwback camp pics, “Like” our Summer Camp
Facebook page, at www.facebook.com/
SFYDayCamp
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Volunteer Opportunities
at the Samuel Field Y
promoting community engagement and unity.
The Samuel Field Y offers an array of volunteer
opportunities that meet the needs of our community.
Our volunteers provide leadership, guidance, talent,
support and deliver the highest of service to our programs
provided for people of all ages, ability levels, stages of
life and backgrounds. Volunteerism plays a large role in
our agency’s culture because it enhances our services by
The Bay Terrace Pool & Tennis Center of the Samuel
Field Y is the premiere recreational center in Queens.
Best known for its award-winning pool & tennis center
boasting 2 pools, 5 tennis courts, 2 basketball courts,
gourmet on-site café & grill, superior swim lesson
program and a fantastic enriching nursery Summer camp
for kids ages 2.5 thru 6 years old.
For more information on the pool club or the multitude
of programs offered at the Bay Terrace Center of the
Samuel Field Y/ Bay Terrace Pool & Tennis Center, please
call 718-423-6111. For more information on the Pool and
Tennis Center check out btpool.org!
Tanenbaum Family Pool at the Samuel Field Y
58-25 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362
(718) 428-5050
We’re beyond excited to introduce the Tanenbaum
Family Pool at the Samuel Field Y! Formerly known as
the Deepdale Pool Club, this gorgeous pool club and
recreation center located directly across the street
from the Samuel Field Y in Little Neck features a huge
swimming pool with room for diving, laps, and a shallow
end for the children. The pool club also includes a
spacious kiddie pool, Tennis, Handball, Volleyball and
Basketball courts, a diverse snack bar with amazing
options, as well as late night entertainment and activities.
We offer swim lessons for members and non-members
alike, and are the place to be in the Little Neck area from
Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day.
For more information or to sign up for the summer,
call (718) 428-5050.
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Bay Terrace Pool & Tennis Center
of the Samuel Field Y
212-00 23rd Ave
Bayside, NY 11360
(718) 423-6111
To find out where YOU can make a difference, visit www.
sfy.org/volunteer or call Erica Tolentino at (718) 225-6750
ext. 207. We look forward to you becoming a pivotal
member of our Y community through your participation.
VOLUNTEER
OPPORTUNITIES AT THE
SAMUEL FIELD Y
With the inaugural season of the Tanenbaum Family Pool
at the Samuel Field Y taking place in 2015, we’re so excited
to be able to offer two incredible pool clubs for our Queens
and Nassau communities, in Bayside AND Little Neck!
Examples of ways you can get involved include: teaching
seniors computer skills, leading a dance class in one
of our many after school programs, coaching children
with special needs, helping in our senior cafeteria, and
conducting workshops for people interested in learning job
skills.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Erica Tolentino, Service Enterprise, (718) 225-6750
ext. 207 [email protected]
SOME OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE:
§ Mentoring our community’s children, youth, and teens!
§ Educational Enrichment !
§ Leading specialized groups for people of all ages, ability levels,
stages of life and backgrounds!
§ Special events and fundraising!
§ And much more! !
Interested in Volunteering?
For more information, contact Eric a Tolentino
(718) 225-6750 ext. 207||[email protected]
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The Physical Education
and Recreation Department
is dedicated to the health,
physical and social
development
of all members.
OLDER ADULT EXERCISE
Aerobics
Monday
(Yoga) (Arthritis) 8:45-9:30 AM
11:00-11:50 AM
Tuesday
(Fitness Fun)
10:30 - 11:00 AM
Wednesday (Aerobics) 9:00-9:45 AM
Thursday
(Aerobics) (Arthritis) 9:00-9:45 AM
11:30AM-12:15PM
Friday
(Aerobics) 9:00-9:45 AM
Low-to-moderate impact exercise. Can be adapted to
individual need by our skilled and certified instructors.
Physical Education
Nancy S. Amalfitano, MS, Ed, Director, ext. 228 [email protected]
Jessica Sanchez, Assistant Director, ext. 229
[email protected]
The Physical Education & Recreation Department is
dedicated to the health, physical and social development
of all members. Our pre-school, nursery and junior
sports programs are designed to coordinate eye-hand,
eye-foot, gross and fine motor and balance skills. Our
adult and senior program is designed to keep those
involved in shape and up-to-date on proper exercise and
nutrition information.
Socialization, working at your own pace and having
fun in a safe environment are the main goals of the
department. Our staff is professionally trained to enhance
the individual development of all who participate. We are
proud to offer a well-rounded program for ALL AGES.
You are never too old to exercise!
PHYSICAL EDUCATION CONSULTATIONS
Our certified staff will come to you to supervise and
teach programs geared to your clientele. We can add
professional classes in exercise, fitness training, sports
skills and recreational activities to your school, nursing
home, business, club, etc!
CPR & FIRST AID CERTIFICATION
The Physical Education & Recreation Department has
staff that are Red Cross certified instructors in first aid,
CPR, defibrillator and Epi pen (toddler/infant, community,
professional rescuer, etc.). These courses will be offered
throughout the year and can be done at the Y or at your site.
LIFEGUARD & WSI CERTIFICATION
[at the Bay Terrace Center]
The Bay Terrace Center has staff that are Red Cross
certified instructors in Lifeguarding and Water Safety
Instruction. The courses will be offered throughout the
year and can be done at the Bay Terrace Pool & Tennis
Center or at your site. Please call Craig Lastres at 646772-3784 for further information.
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ZUMBA!
Stay in shape and have a great time at Zumba at the Y!
We currently offer an hour long class every Wednesday
from 6:15 to 7:15 PM. Zumba is one of the fastest
growing and most popular exercise options in the
country, and our classes in the past have been wildly
popular.
PRE-SCHOOL NURSERY PROGRAMS
Indoor Playground
Ages: 5 & under
Time: Wednesday, 10:45-11:45 AM
Parent participation required. Pay as you come. No preregistration-Sneakers are required.
Nursery Gymnastics
Ages: 3-5 years
Children only
Time: Wednesday, 3:30 – 4:15 PM
SFY SOCCER CLINIC
Ages: 5 years old and up
Sundays
Super Soccer Stars Soccer Clinic is a program that
reinforces and teaches the skills and techniques of the
game of soccer with an emphasis on fun.
Youth Basketball Clinic
Ages 4-10
Sundays
Learn the basic skills and rules of basketball, in an
environment where children get paired with other children
in their skill level, regardless of age.
Children’s Tennis Clinic
Ages 5-11
Sundays
Learn the fundamentals of tennis in a safe, nurturing
environment, instructed by experienced tennis players.
FAMILY FUN DAY HOLIDAY PROGRAMS
Ages 5 and under. If you are looking for a new and exciting
program for you and your child, come join us for gym
activities, arts & crafts and lunch. Pre-Registration Required.
PRIVATE ATHLETIC/SPORTS CLINICS
For groups of 10 or more we will design a clinic to meet
your needs.
CHILDREN’S BIRTHDAY PARTIES
For children of all ages-let the Y run your party. We can
supply crafts, game activities or gymnastic/sport events,
equipment and staff to supervise party and activities. Let
us know what type of party you would like or call to just
rent our space and you supervise the activities. Choose
two hours on a Sunday and let the Y make your child’s
party a huge success.
PARTY TIMES ARE:
Sundays Only
12 Noon-1:45 PM
2:00-3:45 PM
4:00-5:45 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT TEEN BASKETBALL LEAGUE
On Wednesday nights, from 7:00-9:30 PM, we are
forming teams for an in-house basketball league. This
special program is sponsored by the Robert Speisman
Memorial Basketball Fund. Teens in grades 7-12
participate in an organized, skill-building basketball
league. Loads of fun.
CO-ED ADULT PROGRAMS
Volleyball, Basketball, 35+ Over Basketball, Senior
Exercise, and Linedancing
Aerobics for Arthritis (PACE)
Monday 11:00 – 11:50 AM, Thursday 11:30 AM-12:15
PM
Gentle exercises for every part of the body for people
with arthritis to maintain joint range of motion and
flexibility. This class is recommended by the Arthritis
Foundation.
Silver Sneakers
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8:45-9:30 AM
1:00-2:00 PM
9:00-9:45 AM
9:00-9:45 AM
9:00-9:45 AM
Chair assisted group exercise focuses on increasing
muscular strength, endurance and range of movement
to improve activities for daily living. Customized for adults
65 years or older and for individuals declared Medicare
disabled. Sponsored by Oxford Medicare Advantage and
Empire Blue Cross & Blue Shield. NEW PROGRAM
SENIOR SWIM
[at the Bay Terrace Center]
The senior swim program is a 3-day per week indoor
swim program for seniors only. Open swim time is
provided at the Bay Club on Bay Club Drive, Bayside,
9:00 AM -12:00 Noon on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, during the winter months. Please call 718-4236111 for further information.
SILVER SNEAKERS SILVERSPLASH SWIM
Activate your aqua exercise urge for variety! SilverSplash
offers LOTS of fun and shallow water moves to improve
agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. No
swimming ability is required, and a special SilverSneakers
kickboard is used to develop strength, balance and
coordination.
NOTE: A medical release form is necessary before any
individual can participate in any child, teen or adult
exercise program. (Available in the Physical Education
Department).
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AFTER SCHOOL CLASSES @ THE SAMUEL FIELD Y
Adult Basketball League
58-20 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362
Still
PROGRAM OFFERINGS
INCLUDE:
Lego Engineering
Register!
Basketball
Comic Storytelling
Jewelry Making
Hip Hop
Mixed Media Arts
Soccer Clinics
Performing Arts
Time to
Games are played on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays
at the Samuel Field Y in Little Neck
Seasons begin in September, January and May.
League fees are $750 per team (subject to change)
Call for information about our 35+ and older, and Women’s leagues.
Cooking
Video Making
8 Regular Season Games, plus Double Elimination Play-offs
Music
and more!
10 week sessions Grades K-2, 3-6
Fall-Winter & Spring Sessions
Call for more information, pricing and
Manager must indicate preference of schedule when they register.
Maximum of 12 people, Minimum of 7 people per team. Roster must be in before the Season starts.
League fees include Referee fees, Registration and Uniform.
Championship Team will receive Team Trophy, Champion shirts and $100 Credit for the following season.
Call or Email for more information: [email protected] | (718) 578-8331
Directions to SFY: LIE to Little Neck Pkwy (Exit 32). Go South on Little Neck Pkwy & follow until you see building
on your right hand side. Parking is across the street from the Y.
Address: 58-20 Little Neck Pkwy, Little Neck, New York 11362. Call (718) 225-6750 if you need further directions.
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Andy Gavora
718-225-6750 x261
A G AV O R A @ S F Y. O R G
Our structured classes and clubs give kids chances to explore their interests and creativity, but also
features physical activities that promote health, team building, problem solving and skill enhancement.
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ANOTHER QUALITY COMMUNITY CENTER OF THE SAMUEL FIELD Y
CELEBRATE LIFE. SPLASH. FLEX YOUR MIND.
TAKE A TRIP. STUDY. HELP A CHILD.
SWEAT. THINK. ENGAGE. BREATHE DEEPLY.
The Central Queens Y is the place to be in Forest Hills. Offering versatile new
programs each season creates a community where people, across all backgrounds
and generations, learn, play and connect. CQY is proud to offer membership
packages and rates specific to individual adults, families, as well as seniors,
students, teens and young adults. Short-term memberships and monthly payment
options are also available. See page 3 for more information. Visit the Membership
Office in our Lobby, or give us a call at 718-268-5011 to discuss the details of your
membership.
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A TRADITION OF CARING...
providing quality service to over 35,000 individuals each year.
• Adult Center
• After School Day Care
• Alzheimer’s Family Respite Program
• Autism Programs
•C
.A.P.E. - Community Advisory Program
for the Elderly
• Center for Domestic Violence
• Child Care Center
• Community Service & Volunteer Programs
• Connect-To-Care
• CPR & First Aid Certification
• Day & Sleep Away Camping Program
• Early Stage Dementia Care Program
• Family Programs
• Holiday Programs
• Jewish Education Programs
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• NORC Programs - Naturally Occurring
Retirement Community
• Not Quite Nursery
• Nursery School
• Older Adult Services
• Parenting Center
• Physical Education & Recreation
• Pre-Kindergarten For All
• Programs for Children and Adults with
Special Needs
• Singles Services, Single Parents Services
& The Singles Center
• Summer Pools & Tennis Center
• Teen and Youth Services
• Transition Center for Adults
• Transportation Services
• Youth Employment Initiatives
AND SO MUCH MORE!
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