Boriken School Health Program
Since 1983, the Boriken School Health Program has operated clinics that offer medical and mental health services in three elementary/middle schools (P.s. 7, P.S. 112, P.S. 155). The Boriken Neighborhood Health Center serves as a backup facility when clinics are closed.
Boriken’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program provides nutritional services to 1,300 enrollees each year. Located onsite at Boriken, the WIC Program has served the families of East Harlem and nearby communities since 1978.
Bilingual Head Start Program
The Bilingual Head Start Program has been educating East Harlem’s children since 1969 and currently serves 260 children at two locations: 440 East 116th St & 30 East 111th St.
Senior Nutrition Program
Established in 1979, the East Harlem Council for Human Services, Inc. Senior Nutrition Program provides 190 meals in two senior citizen centers each day, with catered meals provided to other agencies funded through the NYC Department for the Aging to Presbyterian Senior Services’ sites at Harlem Senior Center, 18 Mount Morris Park West (at 124th Street) and King Towers (50 Lenox Avenue).