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Common Social Service and Welfare Organization Terms

If you are in need of assistance or looking to volunteer your time for a good cause, there are many social welfare organizations in existence that offer social services. A community center is a facility where people can come to participate in group activities, learn about issues effecting them, or receive social services. Community centers often have volunteer led programs for children, like after school sports or tutoring. Below are some common social service and welfare terms.

  • Homeless Shelter – A homeless shelter is a nonprofit organization that provides the homeless with a place to stay. A nonprofit shelter may provide long-term or short-term living facilities. Many have services designed to assist homeless people in finding work, developing job skills, and locating more permanent housing. Some shelters focus on specific at risk groups. For instance, there are family and women’s shelters.
  • Social Worker – Social workers take on a variety of different roles. Some give private therapy to clients, while others work for the government providing social services. However, all social workers have jobs that are directed towards the improvement of social welfare. Depending on the state, there are different educational and licensing requirements to become a social worker.
  • Foster Care – Foster care is a system designed to provide a short-term living situation for children whose parents are unwilling or unable to care for them. A child will typically be placed in the private home of foster parents until a permanent arrangement can be made for the child to be adopted, live with a relative, or move to a long-term home.
    American Public Human Services Association
    Our social organizations provide helpful resources for low income families and individuals across the country. We aim to assist you in finding out more about welfare and social service programs.
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    National Human Services Assembly
    Washington, DC 20004
    The Human Services Assembly is the most dedicated organization for welfare, social services,  and more. Find out more about which programs you could be eligible for with help from our association.
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    Crystal's Halo Inc.
    500 Trinity Ave, Bronx, NY 10455
    Crystal's Halo Inc. aims to provide poverty alleviation projects for underprivileged communities. To learn more about our cause, contact us in The Bronx, NY.
    (917) 983-7413
    Officer Candidate School Class 61
    111 W 137th Street, Apt 3c, New York, NY 10030
    Support the graduates of officer candidate school by donating to our dining event. Contact us in New York, NY today to support our troops.
    (917) 444-3023
    Raven Starr Tyler Foundation
    1580 Amsterdam Ave #75, New York, NY 10031
    Healthy eating contributes greatly to a child's growth and development we are a community organization in Harlem promoting healthy eating among children.
    (929) 352-8210
    Zampella Group, Inc.
    609 W 137th St #26, New York, NY 10031
    At Zampella Group, we focus on teaching leadership development with an emphasis on diversity. Our educational professionals are available in New York, NY.
    (347) 379-1469
    Pure Earth
    475 Riverside Dr #860, New York, NY 10115
    Pure Earth is an organization in New York, NY, that goes around the globe to clean polluted communities. Call us to know how you can support our environmental advocacy.
    (646) 802-6969
    Michael's Mission
    N/A, New York, NY 10021
    Michael's Mission, a non-profit organization in New York, NY, was founded to improve the quality of life and treatment options for colorectal cancer patients.
    (917) 334-6089
    Oriental Renaissance Alliance
    265 W 37th St #16, New York, NY 10018
    Find out more about the Oriental renaissance. We are a Chinese cultural organization based in New York, NY.
    (551) 257-6997
    Children's Brain Tumor Foundation
    1460 Broadway, New York, NY 10036
    Help improve the treatment, quality of life, and long term outlook for those suffering from child brain cancer. Join our cause, based in New York, NY, today!
    (929) 273-0973
    Single Parent Resource Center, Inc.
    228 East 45th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10017
    Single Parent Resource Center, Inc. serves single parents and families with counseling, education, and support groups. Contact us in New York, NY.
    (347) 345-0288
    Hair 2 Help
    25 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011
    Offer help for cancer patients through Hair 2 Help. Get in touch with us in New York, NY, for donations.
    (917) 819-5429
    Community Resource Center
    603 Morris Ave, Bronx, NY 10451
    (718) 402-2131
    Safe Horizon
    900 Sheridan Ave, Bronx, NY 10451
    (718) 293-5705
    Bowery Residents
    735 Walton Ave, Bronx, NY 10451
    (718) 402-5691
    VIP Community Services
    946 College Ave, Bronx, NY 10456
    (718) 588-8173
    Community Resource Center for The Developmentally
    378 E 151st St, Bronx, NY 10455
    (718) 292-1705

    Social service and welfare organizations can be found all over America. As you may know, many of these government-run organizations are nonprofit, and are always available to the community. Many people volunteer at social service organizations and facilities in order to help people. Often these types of public services provide shelter, education, and even medical care. This way people who have a disability, have suffered from domestic violence, or require foster care, can be helped or assisted when in need. There are various types of social service departments and facilities. Some of these are animal shelters and humane societies for stray pets, foster care for children, and public welfare departments to assist family groups and disabled individuals. Typically when you enter a nonprofit organization like this, you apply or fill out an application of some sort. After all, some of them have certain requirements, such as welfare departments. However, an agency or community shelter that offers assistance to people that have suffered from domestic abuse or sexual assault, typically do not require anything. In fact, they will assist you by letting you stay there in order to prevent further physical abuse. Both women and men tend to volunteer at these community organizations, and some even prefer to work specifically with animals, and help them get adopted. If you need more information on social services, welfare organizations, or a specific community help center, you can access the World Wide Web for guidance. This does not take long, and there are contact phone numbers posted online.
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