After School Program
KHCC's After School Program serves children from K through fifth grade. It provides fun and engaging ways to both relax and learn after a long day at school, through sports, music, arts and gardening.
The Changing Futures child sexual abuse, domestic violence, and Campus Sexual Assault program works with 300 Bronx children and families annually.
College Directions (CDP) 20-21
Our College Directions program prepares youth through individual college counseling, coaching, and guidance on their transition to college through to their freshman year and beyond.
College Success Program 20-21
Our College Success Program follows Teen Center and College Directions alumni as they pursue post-secondary education opportunities.
Our staff is available to assist victims of sexual violence seeking help and support. KHCC is a certified Rape Crisis Program approved by the Department of Health.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Our Adult ESOL program enables participants to improve their reading, writing, and speaking English skills
KHCC's Food Pantry meets the needs of families by providing fresh and non-perishable food items.
KHCConnect: Resource Network for Families
Our community resource team connects families with the services they need at KHCC.
Nutrition and Food Access Program
Participants of KHCC's Nutrition and Food Access Program see the seed to plate process in all of its stages and have a healthy green environment to escape the demands of city life.
Parenting Journey and Parenting Journey in America
Join our 12-week session sharing tips on effective parenting.
SONYC Center Based Tween Program
KHCC's SONYC Middle School programs engage youth at our main site, and at the International School for Liberal Arts (ISLA) on the nearby Walton Campus. We engage over 160 students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade from our community annually. Our SONYC programs also provide first come/first serve summer camp slots (funding permitting).
Special Needs Program
We provide a fun and caring environment and structured opportunities for learning, growth, and socializing with peers. Children and adults with special needs require a special kind of care.