WIC Program

The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program provides nutritional services to 1,300 women, infants and children each year. The Program is located onsite at the Boriken Neighborhood Health Center. Since 1978.

Boriken Neighborhood Health Center

The Boriken Neighborhood Health Center is a federally qualified health center with a mission of providing the highest quality of comprehensive medical, dental, health education and social services to the residents of East Harlem without regard to the individual patient’s ability to pay. Boriken is designated by the National Center for Quality Assurance as a Patient Centered Medical Home (Level 3). Since 1974.

Boriken School Health Program

The Boriken School Health Program operates offers medical, mental health and health education services in three elementary schools (Public Schools 7, 112 and 155). The Boriken Neighborhood Health Center serves as backup facility when clinics are closed. Since 1983.

Bilingual Head Start Program

The Council’s Bilingual Head Start Program has been educating East Harlem’s children since 1969 and currently serves 230 children aged 3 to 5 years at two sites.

Senior Nutrition Program

The Senior Nutrition Program provides recreational and supportive services and nutritionally delicious weekday meals at Casabe Senior Center and Schomburg Plaza Senior Center. Since 1979.

Boriken Community Outreach Center

Boriken’s Community Outreach Center, located at 55 East 115th Street (corner of Madison Avenue) is a health education and outreach site, increasing access to services for East Harlem residents and bringing supportive services to the community. Since 2016.

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Since 1965, the East Harlem Council for Human Services, Inc. has provided the highest quality of fully bilingual health and human services to the East Harlem community, through the leadership of a Board of Directors comprised predominantly of community residents and users of services.


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