Hudson Guild is a multi-service community organization serving those who live, work, or go to school in Chelsea, with a focus on those in need. We partner with our community members to create an environment of holistic development that is committed to engaging and encouraging our participants to live healthy, self-sustaining, and nurturing lives. Hudson Guild meets standards as set by Head Start, NYC Administration for Children’s Services Early Learn, New York State Prekindergarten foundation for the Common Core, the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), Health Code Article 47 by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the New York City Food Standards “Growing Healthy Children”.
Each year, Hudson Guild provides a service for over 14,000 people. Because of its roots in the settlement house tradition, Hudson Guild takes an integrated, holistic approach to service provision and community building. Hudson Guild has five main program areas: Children and Youth Services, Adult Services, Arts Program, Community Building, and. With art exhibits, classes, theater productions and programs for seniors as well as Head Start day care, Kindergarten, afterschool, teen and mental health programs, the Hudson Guild enriches the community in and around the Chelsea area. Programs for Seniors.
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