Bangladeshi Community is the second fastest growing community in New York City and with that comes many social problems. Domestic Violence is prevalent in every community and Bangladeshi community is no different.
Sapna NYC promotes the health, social, and economic empowerment of New York Citys South Asian community through a learning-based partnership between families, health professionals and other stakeholders.
participatory action research, outreach, and advocacy.
2348 Waterbury Ave.
Bronx, NY 10462
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE PLEASE CALL 911 BUT IF YOU NEED SUPPORT CALL SAPNA
A child under the age of 18 who does not attend school, or behaves in a way that is dangerous or out of control, or often disobeys his or her parents, guardians or other authorities, may be found to be a Person In Need of Supervision or “PINS”. All PINS proceedings are heard in Family Court. There is a possibility that the PINS proceeding could be settled outside of court through the Family Assessment Program (F.A.P.) that is run by the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) and the NYC Department of Probation.
If you need housing assistance and want to apply for affordable housing please visit the link above for NYC Affordable Housing and Lottery Program.