Empowering

Empowering

Empowering

Children, Families & Communities

Our Mission

Impact Lives

“Our Mission is to plan, develop and provide services that enhance the quality of life and facilitate empowerment of the constituents of the Southeast Bronx.”

Families First

We believe that stronger families create more secure and confident children. In order to support children, we partner with the families to assess current needs and identify resources to address them.

Free Trainings

In order to stay current and on the cutting edge, we participate in many professional development opportunities. we also offer free training to providers to enhance and build their quality of services.

SEBNC Community Garden

Located on the corner of Prospect Avenue & East 168th Street, Bronx, NY 10459. The garden will grow fresh produce in a community in need of a source of healthy food.

There's a seating area and a small outdoor classroom. SEBNC is developing this garden, full of fruits, herbs, and vegetables, as a proven way to bring the community together while creating a healthy and sustainable food source for those in need.

For the Summer the Garden is open from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm Mondays thru Fridays.

Our Impact

We provide vital assistance

We have successfully operated our centers for more than 60 years, providing social, recreational and educationally centered activities to children, along with support services and resources to families.

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"SEBNC is an Equal Opportunity Employer"

Our Programs

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Developmental Disabilities Services

An array of programs which provide a combination of respite, residential, community and day habilitation services to developmentally disabled adults and children.

Early Learning Services

Provides high quality child care services to 400 children 2 to 4 years old at three (3) Bronx location.

Family Child Care Network

Programs offered to infants, toddlers and 3-K in a home setting by licensed, qualified, child care providers.

Youth & Family Services

Programs & inclusive services for children and youth starting at age 5.

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COVID-19 Updates

Health Protocols

Masks Requirements – Face coverings are strongly recommended to be worn when indoors.

  • Participants and staff, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask when:
    • Returning to work or program on the sixth day after testing positive for COVID-19 through day 10 after symptom onset or date of positive test, whichever is earlier, including when traveling on CNL transportation or the agency van.
    • Exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 at program or office.
  • Participants and staff, regardless of vaccination status, are strongly recommended to wear a mask:
    • When they are exposed to someone with COVID-19, whether the exposure occurred at program, home or within the community. The person should wear a mask for 10 days after the last day of exposure and get tested at least 24 hours apart on the 4th and 5th day of the exposure.
    • When they are moderately-to-severely immunocompromised, and masking is recommended by their healthcare provider
    • In crowded indoor settings

Screenings

  • A daily health screening is no longer required to enter program sites.

Staff Vaccinations

  • Vaccination is still required for all visitors entering all SEBNC program sites.
  • Vaccination is still required for all SEBNC employees
  • Vaccination is required for all SEBNC employees who work in DOE sites
  • Proof of positive COVID-19 test is still required for all participants and staff.

All people 5 years of age or older are eligible for vaccine in NYC. Get vaccinated today!

Please help us spread the word! Most of the resources below are available on nyc.gov/health in at least 13 languages.

Sign up for the Vaccine Command Center Newsletter here!

  • (Tuesday 4/13), Federal partners alerted the City about a small number of rare serious adverse events involving the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine. We are communicating this directly to all COVID-19 vaccine providers.
    • Note: 6.8 million doses of J&J have been administered nationally, and there were 6 of these (CVST) adverse events reported
  • While these events are extremely rare, out of an abundance of caution the City is pausing the administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine today and will review operations for the coming days.
    • For patients who were due to receive the vaccine, those appointments will be rescheduled. A message will be sent but staff will be on site to speak with them in case the message was not received. Homebound appointments will also be rescheduled.
    • We will continue to administer the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines in NYC and will keep everyone updated as we learn more and if there will be any further impact on operations.
    • You will not be able to make appointments for J&J vaccines at this time. This may mean sites that were previously available to you to schedule are no longer available. In our Authorized Scheduling system, this includes only the Co-op City site and the NYPD-East New York site.
  • The cases being reviewed by the FDA and CDC involve a type of blood clot called cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) that was seen in combination with low levels of blood platelets (thrombocytopenia).
    • People who have received the J&J vaccine who develop severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath within three weeks after vaccination should contact their health care provider.
  • This is the vaccine system working exactly as it should: events are reported nationally and the actions being taken today reflect how seriously we take signals from our warning system. Health care providers are asked to report adverse events to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System at https://vaers.hhs.gov/reportevent.html
  • Continuing our COVID vaccination efforts remains an urgent priority for protecting New Yorkers. We will proceed with administering the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to beat back the COVID-19 pandemic.

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"Join Us for a Night of Community, Sports, and Giving Back!"

Hello, Friends and Supporters!

We’re teaming up with the NY Liberty for an unforgettable night on July 11th, supporting our essential programs at I.S. 229 and Minds Unlimited.

Your participation in this event is crucial, as it’s a golden opportunity to champion our vital programs at I.S. 229 and Minds Unlimited. Imagine the thrill of seeing SEBNC recognized as the Non-profit of the Night!

If we sell all our tickets, we’ll score a shoutout on the Jumbotron for everyone at the game to see, amplifying our mission across NYC.

How You Can Help:

  • Donate: Any amount makes a difference!
  • Spread the Word: Share this fundraiser with your network.

Let’s make a difference together! Thank you for your support!

With gratitude,

SEBNC