General Information & Support
Youth Connect is a resource and referral service for youth, families, and community-based organizations (CBO) utilizing web-based strategies and a confidential toll-free hotline.
Youth Connect's mission is to increase access to and visibility of New York City's opportunities for young people by serving as a one-stop shop for all youth-related resources in NYC.
Drop-In HoursMonday - Friday9:00a - 6:00pSaturdays 11:00a - 5:00p
The Door555 Broome StreetNew York, New York 10013
website | email
ADA AccessableYes, fully.
TransportationBUS: M55 to Ave of The Americas/Broome St or SUBWAY: C, E trains to Spring Street or 1 train to Canal Street
The Door serves nearly young people ages 12-24 from all over New York City, with a wide range of services including reproductive health care and education, mental health counseling and crisis assistance, legal assistance, GED and ESOL classes, tutoring and homework help, college preparation services, career development, job training and placement, supportive housing, sports and recreational activities, arts, and nutritious meals – all for free, completely confidentially, and under one roof.
Membership is open to anyone 12 - 24 years of age.
Homeless Youth Services
Mental Health Services
Recreation & Arts Programing
Ages 12 - 24* Only
Select services available to those who are 21 - 24.
Fitness & Wellness
Music, Visual Arts, Dance classes and activities
Computers & Wifi Access
The Youth Clubhouse is open to all Queens youth ages 12-25 who are in recovery or at risk of substance use and their families. The Clubhouse will work with youth living in the high-risk Queens communities of Long Island City, Astoria, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Corona, Jackson Heights, Woodside, and Jamaica.
The Clubhouse is housed in its own safe, youth-friendly, spacious, supportive space. It features peer-driven, peer-led programming; a range of evidence-based practices and other supportive activities; recovery and prevention skills development; a peer-led Community Advisory Committee; and intensive Member recruitment and community education plan.
Ages 12 - 25* Only
Select services available to those who are 18 - 25
Homeless Youth Services
Evidence-based programming and practices
Education & Vocational Training
Advance & Learnat Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC)
Monday - Friday9:00a - 5:00p
174 East 205th Streetbetween Grand Concourse and East Mosholu ParkwayThe Bronx, New York 10458
Bedford Park, The Bronx
website | 917.792.3895
Listing ID: 2171963384
Advance and Earn is a program to enhance the lives of youth ages 16-24 to obtain their High School Equivalency, formerly known as GED. The Advanced Training Track is designed for youth ages 21-24 interested in obtaining their Commercial Drivers License.
Programs & Services
High School Equivalency Diploma Preparation
Commercial Drivers License Training
HSE Program: 16-24 years of age
CDL Program: 21-24 years of age
Be a resident of New York City
Provide Government Issued Photo Identification
Eligible to work in the United States, and provide a birth certificate, or residency card, or naturalization certification
HSE Additional Requirements:
HSE Program: TADE Fourth Grade Reading Level
CDL Program Additional Requirements:
High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Diploma
Valid Drivers License
Pass a Medical Physical Exam
Willing to take drug tests