As an IRS 501 (c)(3) free standing community-based and community-guided not-for-profit organization in the heart of Inwood, ICS has survived financially over the past 36+ years through essentially three sources of revenue:

  • Government contracts attained through rigorous RFP (Request for Proposal) processes
  • Medicaid, Medicare and insurance fees for ICS’s professionally-licensed clinical services
  • The generosity of community residents and other ICS supporters

This last category of support enables ICS to enhance certain of its programs and activities and also offset the costs of what have become ICS traditions: the annual Thanksgiving Turkey Fund and the annual ICS Christmas Holiday Toy Drive.

Please consider contributing to ICS by clicking on the PayPal button below. Thank you for helping ICS continue its mission of service.

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Welcome to our new, revised website!

As most of you know, although our website is sparkling new, Inwood Community Services, Inc. (ICS) isn’t. To the contrary, ICS has been a stalwart in the trenches of this community for decades!

Programs

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Alicia M. Ferrer Mental Health Clinic

A NYS Office of Mental Health licensed outpatient mental health clinic offering professional, culturally competent individual, family, and group psychotherapy as well as psychiatric services to children, adolescents, and adults. Read more »

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Adult Literacy & Education

A longstanding, professionally staffed, NYC DYCD funded literacy program to assist immigrant adults and youth (>16) acquire English language, civics, and other skills needed for employment and further education. Read more »

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Comprehensive Outpatient Addiction Program (COAP)

A NYS OASAS licensed and NYS OASAS and NYC DOH & MH funded  #822 Medically Supervised outpatient chemical dependency treatment clinic for individuals recovering from alcohol or drug  addiction, or  significant others of such individuals. Read more »

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Child and Family Prevention and Wellness Program

A NYS OASAS and NYCDOH&MH funded Primary and Direct Prevention program serving at risk children , adolescents, and families with an array of Evidenced Based Practices (EBPs)include parenting , family support, and drug prevention groups. Read more »

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Youth Employment Programs

Two NYC DYCD funded employment programs for community young people (aged 14-24): the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), and the year round Work, Learn, and Grow Program (WLGP). Read more »

After School Programs

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COMPASS After School Program @ PS 189

A NYC DYCD funded COMPASS After School Program at PS 189 for elementary school children offering a range of activities including homework help, recreation and specialty clubs (e.g. student newspaper). Read more »

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COMPASS After School Program @ PS 278

A NYC DYCD funded COMPASS After School Program at PS 278 for elementary school children offering a range of activities including homework help, recreation, and specialty clubs (e.g. NYC landmarks). Read more »

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COMPASS After School Program at PS 366

A NYC DYCD funded COMPASS After School Program at PS 366 for elementary school children offering a range of activities including homework help, recreation, and specialty clubs (e.g. robotics). Read more »

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COMPASS After School Program @ MS 366 (ALZA)

Funded by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development, this COMPASS program serves adolescents between the ages of 10 to 14, who attend Washington Heights Academy. Read more »

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SONYC After-School Program @ IS 52

A NYC DYCD funded SONYC After School Program at IS 52 for intermediate school students offering a range of activities including homework assistance, recreation, and specialty clubs (e.g. gardening). Read more »

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SONYC After School Program @ IS 278

A NYC DYCD funded SONYC After School Program at IS 278 for intermediate school students offering a range of activities including homework assistance, recreation, and specialty clubs (leadership development). Read more »

New websites features are coming in early 2017! Check back soon for full Spanish translations, as well as Spanish language videos!