New York County Social Services for Families

Find New York County New York social services and programs related to families. Social services for families are provided by Child Support Offices, Child, Youth and Family Services, and Child Abuse Prevention Centers.


A Child Abuse Office is an office run by the state, county, or local government that is charged with protecting children from abuse and neglect. Child Abuse Offices investigate reports of suspected child abuse or neglect and provide services to prevent child abuse and domestic violence. Child Abuse Offices may also coordinate with local school districts to provide training, support, and assistance in reporting and preventing child abuse.

Child Abuse Prevention Program in New York 5 Hanover Square New York NY 10004 212-344-1902


Child, Family, and Youth Services are services offered by state, county, and local governments that assist children, youth, and families. These services can include efforts to end youth homelessness, programs to prevent adolescent pregnancy, and services to prevent violence against children. Child, Family, and Youth Services Offices also offer early childhood services, including childcare support, family nutrition programs, and support for children with developmental delays. In some locations, Child, Family, and Youth Services Offices also manage foster care and adoption services.

New York Children & Family Service 60 Lafayette Street New York NY 10013 212-964-3003

New York City Children Service 150 William Street New York NY 10038 212-676-7055

New York City Department of Youth & Community Development 156 William Street New York NY 10038 212-227-4005

New York City Youth Department 156 William Street New York NY 10038 212-442-5900

New York Emergency Childrens Services 55 6th Avenue New York NY 10013 212-966-8000


A Child Support Office is a government office at the state, county, or local level that provides support and assistance in processing child support payments. Child Support Offices provide a number of services, including establishing paternity, locating non-custodial parents, and collecting child support payments. Child Support Offices also help enforce court orders for child support and assist families in receiving additional benefits for children. Child Support Offices provide services for anyone in the community who is eligible for child support payments.

New York County Support Unit 151 West Broadway New York NY 10013 888-208-4485