The Alternative High School Initiative is a network of youth development organizations committed to creating educational opportunities for young people for whom traditional school settings have not been successful.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York helps solve the problems of New Yorkers in need--non-Catholics and Catholics alike. The neglected child, the homeless family, and the hungry senior are among those for whom they provide help and create hope.
Child Welfare League of America: The oldest and largest national, non-profit oganization developing and promoting policies and programs to protect America's children and strengthen America's families.
The Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies: The principal representative for all the voluntary, not-for-profit child welfare organizations in New York State.
Academy for Educational Development: A non-profit organization committed to solving critical social problems both in the US and world-wide. Youth development is a major area of focus.
The Youth Development Institute: An Initiative of the Fund for the City of New York which works on a number of fronts and with government, community-based organizations and schools to promote the Youth Development Framework, a positive model of youth development.
Youth Link: Provides support and recognition for the voices, ideas and positive solutions of youth. As a partner in the Global Youth Action Network, a growing collaboration among organizations worldwide, it is an international clearinghouse for youth voices, resources and action.
The Neighborhood Family Services Coalition: A group of service providers and advocacy organizations that is committed to the provision of quality services for children, youth and families at the neighborhood level.
Good Shepherd of North America: For the past six years the Sisters of the Good Shepherd have explored innovative ways to build a stronger network of Good Shepherd agencies and programs across North America. Their ultimate desire is to ensure that the special commitment and values behind Good Shepherd mission endures as a lasting legacy. They partner, where they can, to strengthen the resolve of the lay professionals to manage and lead the agencies established by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd.