At Community School 112 we are committed to ensuring the health and well being of all families. Through our partnership with FoodBank for NYC, our campus pantry allows access to food and personal care items. The pantry is open to any family within the school community. We are open once a month, usually the third Thursday. Dates will be posted. Please contact Tiffany Allen, Community School Director (Tallen@ymcanyc.org) for more information.
Health & Wellness
Astor Services for Children & Families promotes the well-being of children, adolescents and their families through a range of programs.
Astor Services for Children & Families has decades of experience working with special needs children in collaboration with the Department of Education in school age day treatment programs as well as clinic-based school satellite programs.
SYNC (Serving Youth iN Their Communities)
SYNC helps to build a strong foundation so that youth and families can be active and productive members of their communities.
SYNC services may include:
- Assessment and diagnosis
- Individual, group, and family therapy
- Caregiver empowerment, support, and advocacy
- De-escalation and crisis avoidance consultation
- Coping, social and communication skills training and development
- Resource identification and referrals
ParentCorps transforms the pre-K experience in historically disinvested neighborhoods by helping schools partner with families to build a future where all children thrive.
We partner with school district and pre-K leaders to deliver ParentCorps, centering the voices of families of color throughout all aspects of strategic planning, resource allocation, implementation, evidence building, and evaluation.
ParentCorps includes three components to help teachers and parents create environments that are safe, nurturing and predictable for children:
- 14-week social–emotional learning program implemented by classroom teachers in all pre-K classrooms ((Friend School))
- 14-week parenting program for all families of pre-K students facilitated by mental health professionals ((Parent Corp Workshop))
- Professional development for school leaders, pre-K teachers, mental health professionals, and parent support staff
For further information please reach out to your child’s Pre-K teacher, or lower grades guidance counselor, Mrs. Ouk at ZOuk@schools.nyc.gov.