Welcome to

Community Pediatrics


Services and Programs

The hope of the Community Pediatric Programs is to improve the health and wellness of New York City's homeless children and their families. We host several programs offering essential primary health care, education, transportation, and support services to under-privileged residents and immigrants. Families are welcome to visit us at one of these mobile clinics or outpatient health centers.

The New York Children's Health Project

The New York Children's Health Project provides medical and dental care to homeless children and families across New York City via mobile teams and primary care clinics in city shelters. 

The South Bronx Health Center

The South Bronx Health Center offers high-quality, comprehensive and coordinated health care to adults, pregnant women, and seniors regardless of insurance status, ability to pay, or immigration status. 

The Center for Child Health and Resiliency

The Center for Child Health and Resiliency (CCHR) is located within the South Bronx Health Center, and provides comprehensive health care to children from infancy through 21 years of age. CCHR includes a special focus on early child development, starting with prenatal care for the mother and continuing through age 5 for the child. Services include innovative prenatal and well-baby care education for groups. We also recommend services that support and equip new, low-income parents with the nutrition and nurturing skills needed for children's healthy development. 

Read more about our Community Pediatric Programs by reviewing Our Expertise, meeting Our Team, and viewing our current Research initiatives.