The Bowery Residents' Committee (BRC) was founded in 1971 by residents of a homeless shelter in the Bowery area of…More Manhattan. Today, BRC has grown to add 27 total programs, all of which are aimed at improving the lives of New York City residents battling with homelessness, poverty, mental illness and drug addiction.
BRC has a strong volunteer base and prides itself on being an organization that is compassionate of its clients, accepting them at face value. BRC offers drug treatment, mental health care, medical services, transitional housing, senior services and vocational services.
It also expects clients to advocate for their own needs.
Alumi-Trim Window Guards 924 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY11238 Alumi-Trim Window Guards is a manufacturer and dealer of child-safe window guards. Its products are made of…More enamel-coated, heat-tempered aluminum that hold up under bad weather, heat and extreme cold. Each window guard is nontoxic and able to withstand at least 150 pounds of pressure. Alumi-Trim Window Guards has been in business for more than 25 years and is certified by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Founded in 1971, The Putnam Child Development Center is a part of the New York Child Resource Center, Inc., and…More provides Early Intervention Program (EIP) services for children, ages newborn to 3 years old. EIP is a public program for special needs children who are either suspected of having or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities.
The New York Child Resource Center, Inc. is licensed by the New York City Department of Health's division of day care and the Department of Mental Health. The Quincy Avenue site offers evaluations, home-based programs and on-site day care and instruction.
Gary King is the site manager, instructor and trainer. The school also offers an after-school program for EIP students up to age 12.