Represents professional writers.
Report profiling the employment picture for U.S. artists. Focuses on those who have secondary jobs as artists.
Provides reliable national estimates of the number, variety and distribution of artists in the United States and identifies key similarities and differences between artists and other U.S. workers.
Purchases new prescription eyeglasses for eligible low-income people through a voucher program. This site explains the program and how to apply, and identifies national programs that provide free eye exams.
Fostering connections, deepening knowledge, encouraging appreciation, and providing financial support for new music created in the United States.
Provides information on the arts community in New York City and sponsors a yearly event.
Find soup kitchens, food pantries and other food resources, including food stamp information in any NYC neighborhood.
Provides information about New York City arts in education including the blueprint.
NYFA provides the concrete resources that artists and emerging arts organizations need to thrive, including: fiscal sponsorship, professional development, funding.
NYLAG’s Employment Law Unit provides advice, consultation and legal representation to low-wage workers on issues related to employment.
This site contains information and resources for parents living in the New York City Region. There are articles on single parenting, child raising, teens, special needs, culture/entertainment and other topics. New York Metro Parents website also includes blogs, parenting groups and discussion boards so parents can benefit and receive support from one another. The site also provides a calendar of events in NYC boroughs and surrounding counties as well as parent resources including after school activities, camps, outings, birthday parties and health information.
Helps adults considering adoption learn more about the process in New York State. Their website includes a listing of approved adoption agencies, information about the process and adoption subsidies, FAQs, resources, publications and more. Also explains post-adoption services and provides links to local programs.
Provides information about and arts in public schools in New York State.
24/7 hotline operated by trained victim advocates. The rape crisis program includes crisis intervention, individual counseling, support groups, advocacy and accompaniment through medical and law enforcement. No cost. Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Hotline: 800.942.6906.
Offers help and hope 24-hours a day, 365 days a year for alcoholism, drug abuse and problem gambling. All calls are toll-free, anonymous and confidential.