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Esperanza Center

Submitted by CCPH on July 19, 2016. Get Healthy Heights Columbia Community Partnership for Health

Esperanza Center was established in 1952 to meet the social and educational needs of upper Manhattan's Latino community. In 1973, Centro Social la Esperanza, Inc., opened a comprehensive daytime program for adults with developmental disabilities residing with their families.

Over the years Esperanza has expanded the programs and geographical area to encompass all of Manhattan and the Bronx. While the target population has increased to include children and the number and types of programs have grown to include residential, case management, recreational and others, the main purpose of the service has remained intact: the acquisition of daily living skills, social adaptation and enhanced motor skills. With these goals we assure the individual's continued residence in the community, promoting independence and productivity.

For more information visit: ESPERANZA CENTER


Esperanza Center
516 West 181st Street
10033 New York , NY
United States
Phone: 212-928-5810
Fax: 212-740-2053
New York US