For Children and Youth
The Queens Community House Youth Programs provide comprehensive youth development programming for young people ages 5 to 21. Our youth participants can explore interests and passions, develop positive social connections, contribute to their community, become life-long learners, and gain meaningful experiences and, in some cases, formal credentials. Our goal is that our young people will be able to adjust to and handle life’s challenges and to be meaningful contributors to their community. Most of the programs are offered free of cost.
Queens Community House offers a broad range of family and community services reflective of our ongoing commitment to fostering strong, stable and self-sufficient families and communities throughout Queens. Overall, these programs link neighbor to neighbor, offer opportunities for continued learning and skills development, enhanced family supports, services for new immigrants, improved housing conditions and preventing evictions, and assistance in community-building and development.
Queens has the largest, fastest-growing, and most culturally and ethnically diverse senior population in New York City, which Queens Community House proudly embraces and serves. If you are age 60 or over and live in Queens, or are a caregiver for a senior living in Queens, QCH might just have something of interest for you.Our comprehensive, multi-faceted older adult programs and services encourage senior independence and continued engagement, with dignity and integrity.