Leake and Watts Services

Leake and Watts Services

Leake and Watts Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit social services agency in New York City that provides services for children and families in the areas of foster care, adoption, special education, Head Start and other related subjects. It has facilities in Yonkers, New York in Westchester County and The Bronx and Upper Manhattan in New York City. Wikipedia

Leake and Watts Services

Leake and Watts Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit social services agency in New York City that provides services for children and families in the areas of foster care, adoption, special education, Head Start and other related subjects. It has facilities in Yonkers, New York in Westchester County and The Bronx and Upper Manhattan in New York City. Wikipedia

  • Jan 1 at 3:45 PM
    Share if you agree: We envision a future for New York where every child has an equal opportunity to succeed where vulnerable individuals and families have the resources and support they need where people with disabilities can access opportunity and fully participate in their communities and where all are supported as they navigate lifes challenges so they can positively direct their lives. We wish you enjoy an abundance of hope and opportunity in 2018.
  • Dec 28 at 8:15 PM
    From providing play groups and parenting classes, to organizing turkey, coats, and backpack giveaways, our Family Resource Center has become an anchor for parents of children under 5 in the Soundview section of The Bronx. This year we supported more than 600 familiesa new record! We look forward to supporting many more in 2018! http://bit.ly/2y38mx8
  • Dec 27 at 4:20 PM
    We launched two programs to fill an enormous unmet need in The Bronx: Community Health. Our Bronx Family Mental Health Center is successfully helping youth address and overcome trauma in their lives, while our Home Health Care Management program enables parents to support children with complex health needs. Learn more about what we are doing here: http://bit.ly/2BvXRrC
  • Dec 26 at 3:21 PM
    This week we're looking back at some of our agency's high points in 2017. We think it's awesome that six of our people won awards for their achievements! Congratulations again to: Michelle Allen, ACS Outstanding Foster Parent; Carlen Hiciano, Functional Family Therapy Interventionist, NYN Media Front-Line Hero; Valerie Lamb, ACS LGBT-Affirming Outstanding Foster Parent; Maggie Prizinzano, Community School Director at JHS 123, New York Daily News "Hometown Heroes in Education Award"; Holli Rubiano, Bronx Developmental Disabilities Council "Leadership Award"; and Nikolas Vasquez, foster youth, NYC Board of Ed. "Achievement Recognition of Excellence Award"

Jan 1, 3:45 PM

Share if you agree: We envision a future for New York where every child has an equal opportunity to succeed where vulnerable individuals and families have the resources and support they need where people with disabilities can access opportunity and fully participate in their communities and where all are supported as they navigate lifes challenges so they can positively direct their lives. We wish you enjoy an abundance of hope and opportunity in 2018.

Dec 28, 8:15 PM

From providing play groups and parenting classes, to organizing turkey, coats, and backpack giveaways, our Family Resource Center has become an anchor for parents of children under 5 in the Soundview section of The Bronx. This year we supported more than 600 familiesa new record! We look forward to supporting many more in 2018! http://bit.ly/2y38mx8

Dec 27, 4:20 PM

We launched two programs to fill an enormous unmet need in The Bronx: Community Health. Our Bronx Family Mental Health Center is successfully helping youth address and overcome trauma in their lives, while our Home Health Care Management program enables parents to support children with complex health needs. Learn more about what we are doing here: http://bit.ly/2BvXRrC

Dec 26, 3:21 PM

This week we're looking back at some of our agency's high points in 2017. We think it's awesome that six of our people won awards for their achievements! Congratulations again to: Michelle Allen, ACS Outstanding Foster Parent; Carlen Hiciano, Functional Family Therapy Interventionist, NYN Media Front-Line Hero; Valerie Lamb, ACS LGBT-Affirming Outstanding Foster Parent; Maggie Prizinzano, Community School Director at JHS 123, New York Daily News "Hometown Heroes in Education Award"; Holli Rubiano, Bronx Developmental Disabilities Council "Leadership Award"; and Nikolas Vasquez, foster youth, NYC Board of Ed. "Achievement Recognition of Excellence Award"

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