LYFE partners with many programs, agencies and organizations that provide valuable resources to student parents and their families.
- Co-op Tech – A NYC Department of Education vocational program that offers students hands on training in a variety of in demand and cutting edge trade areas
- Good Shepherd Transfer Schools – Small, diploma granting high schools serving students ages of 16 and 21, who have dropped out or become truant
- New York Public Library Adult Learning Centers – Free literacy program to help adults who have difficulties reading and writing
- Office of Adult and Continuing Education – NYC Department of Education literacy education services with more than 900 tuition-free classes for adults age 21+
- Pathways to Graduation – A free NYC Department of Education program that supports students in earning their High School Equivalency Diploma
- Referral Centers for High School Alternatives – One-stop guidance centers where students can learn about high school options, High School Equivalency (HSE), and support services that will help them graduate
- NYC Dads – Programs, resources and events geared to help fathers become more active in the lives of their children
- Young Mothers Dream – An organization that assists young/teen mothers ages 16-23 in completing their education through a one-on-one mentorship program
- Administration for Children’s Services – NYC Children’s Services is the City’s agency responsible for child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care and education services dedicated to protecting, supporting and promoting the well-being of our City’s children, youth and families each and every day
- Center for Children’s Initiatives – Center for Children’s Initiatives (formerly Child Care, Inc.) champions the right of all children to start life with the best possible foundation of early learning, care and health.
- Department of Youth and Community Development – Funds a wide range of high-quality youth and community development programs
- Early Care and Education – ACS’s Division of Early Care and Education (ECE) provides quality early education services to eligible children ages 6 weeks to 4 years old in center and family child care settings. In addition, eligible families with children ages 6 weeks to 13 years old can be issued vouchers to purchase childcare from providers in the City.
- Inwood House – Inwood House helps New York City teens to break cycles of poverty and become healthy, self-reliant adults
- Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs – Resource and referral information for services available to recently arrived immigrant children and families
- Nurse-Family Partnership – Maternal health program introducing vulnerable first-time parents to caring maternal and child health nurses.
- Young Men’s Initiative – Launched in August 2011, YMI continues to be the nation’s most comprehensive municipal strategy tackling the disparities faced by young men of color