Our Results

Each year, Henry Street Settlement serves 50,000 individuals through social services, arts and health care programs. Through Henry Street's programs, seniors received nutrition, case management and other vital services; youth received educational, recreational and employment services; members of our community received primary and mental health care, free legal and financial counseling and help accessing benefits including low-cost health insurance; homeless individuals and families received shelter and supportive services; the unemployed or underemployed were connected to jobs, and thousands of individuals of all ages were provided access to the arts, including dance, music, theater and visual arts.

Henry Street's services and programs are designed to help individuals become self-sufficient by providing access to education, housing, basic nutrition, health care and employment opportunities.

Here are a just few vital statistics from programs during fiscal year 2013.

Abrons Arts Center/Performing & Visual Arts

  • 253 performances of 52 productions attracted audiences of 25,468 individuals.
  • 376 individuals (1008 registrants) took part in the 104 classes and 273 private lessons in dance, music, theater and the visual arts.
  • 89 youth attended summer arts camp programs.
  • 14 exhibitions were mounted and seen by 6,000 individuals.
  • 8,750 hours of free space for artists were provided through artist residency programs.
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Job Training & Placement

  • 838 people completed job readiness training; 434 were placed in jobs.
  • 956 individuals created career advancement plans
  • Individuals receiving tax preparation services got $647,142 in refunds.
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Primary & Behavioral Health

  • 838 patients were served through 3362 visits at the primary care clinic.
  • 574 individuals received services through our Outpatient Mental Health clinic through 8260 sessions.
  • 863 households were connected to over 2 million (based off of last year's number) in benefits.
  • 139 parents enrolled in the Parent Center, which offered 148 workshops.
  • 4685 individuals where assisted in enrolling or re-enrolling in Medicaid, Family and Child Health Plus
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Senior Services

  • 125 Senior Companions helped 220 of their frailer counterparts remain independent.
  • 43,109 meals were served to seniors at the Good Companions Senior Center's lunch, dinner and Sunday programs.
  • 354,910 meals were delivered to homebound seniors.
  • 1,248 educational and/or recreational sessions were provided at the Good Companions Senior Center.
  • 483 seniors received services through our Naturally Recurring Retirement Community, allowing them to age in their own home.
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Transitional & Supportive Housing

  • 414 families and 697 children were provided transitional housing.
  • 56 families and 80 single women were placed in permanent housing.
  • 145 individuals participated in employment workshops through the transitional housing employment program
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Youth Programs

  • 107 children were enrolled in day care programs
  • 604 youth participated in after-school programs at the agency's five after-school sites.
  • 593 youth participated in our college access program.
  • 1,228 youth were placed in summer jobs.
  • 12 youth were trained as peer educators around HIV/AIDS prevention.
  • 156 young adults developed work readiness skills through the Young Adult Internship Program and Project Rise.
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