Human Services

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The Department of Community Resources serves as a conduit for those residents that may require additional assistance to improve their quality of life. In keeping with the stated mission of the Department of Community Resources, the TDYCC facility has been used to provide and sponsor quality programs and activities to Town of Greenburgh residents that have a demonstrated need. We strive to ensure that all patrons have the opportunity to take advantage of programs that will further their development and improving their chances in an evolving competitive world.

For many years we have worked closely with the Greenburgh/Elmsford Community Action Program (C.A.P) to provide quality services and referrals to those within the immediate service area of the Theodore D. Young Community Center facility. We are proud to note that the relationship continues to strengthen and serves as a foundation for new alliances we are forming. Our ultimate goal is to develop a premiere network with Human Services providers that will allow us to maximize the accomplishment of the “People Service” objectives in our Departmental Mission Statement.

If a Town of Greenburgh resident is in need of a service or assistance, please contact the Department of Community Resources at 914.989.3600/ and we will ensure your needs are addressed.


The Department of Community Resources is fortunate to partner with the Nepperhan Community Center of Yonkers, NY. The HMREP program seeks to develop and support healthy relationships and life skills for up to 500 young adults and at-risk youths living in the Yonkers, Greenburgh, Mt. Vernon, New Rochelle, and Tuckahoe communities. The goals of the initiative include improving the financial stability and mobility of the at-risk youth; improving parenting skills for young adults; improving financial management skills; teaching effective conflict resolution; supporting and defining career ambition; and assisting youth successfully transition to young adulthood. The Theodore D. Young Community Center facility will serve as a satellite location for programs such as HMREP and empowerYOU.



Through empowerYOU, individuals and families, 16 years of age and older will receive intensive career counseling, financial literacy training, active parenting skills, and healthy relationship skills. The program takes a holistic approach to building up families to strengthen our communities. For additional information, please contact Lauren Bacote - and Eric Wright -