As the largest youth service provider in East Harlem and the South Bronx, SCAN supports "at risk" children and their families to achieve positive life goals.
Now is the time.
Our diverse programs empower high-risk youth and their families by focusing on strengths, skills, and self-esteem. SCAN facilitates empowerment goals through the establishment of a family and community matrix. Our “SCAN family” affords an integrated, positive mixture of youth development programming and mentorship.
Ways to Help
Ready to make a real difference in the lives of some of NYC’s most “at risk” youth and families? Whether you decide to support SCAN by making a donation, volunteering your time, or joining our board, your help can change lives. We hope you’ll make the choice to partner with SCAN New York.
SCAN’s East Harlem Expansion Continues
New contracts have enabled us to open two additional centers in East Harlem.
We now run a total of six Cornerstone centers in the community. The two new Cornerstone centers, at Lehman Village on Madison Avenue and East 108th St., and at Dewitt Clinton Houses on Lexington Avenue and East 110th St., opened last year. They join our four other sites — East River Houses, Jackie Robinson Houses, King Towers, and Wagner Houses — which together span an area between East 103rd and East 129th Street.
New and Exciting
Join Us for a Special Benefit Performance of the New York Musical Festival award-winning show Freedom Riders: The Civil Rights MusicalThis spring we are honored to present a special Benefit Performance of the 2017 New York Musical Festival award-winning show Freedom Riders: The Civil Rights Musical.Read More »
In a letter to the New York Times, SCAN defends the New Yankee Stadium Community BenefitsThe July 9th Sunday New York Times featured a letter by SCAN's Executive Director, Lew Zuchman, which was written in response to a recent article entitled "Yankees Charity Neglects Stadium's Neighbors".Read More »