HEBREW EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY © Copyright 2019 by H.E.S.
From family wellness to health & food assistance, the Hebrew Educational Society strengthens our Brooklyn community by seeking out a vast variety of support initiatives and bringing them face-to-face with those that need them most.
Please check back here regularly to see our most current initiatives and view special dates you can stop in and receive the resources you require the most.
Please contact us at (718) 241-3000 for more information, and utilize our sidebar menu for more information on each respective program.
FOOD PANTRY SERVICES
More than 1.2 million New York City residents struggle with secure access to enough food to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. Each month we provide food to countless residents of the Canarsie area. Please contact us at (718) 241-3000 for more information about how we can help ensure your family doesn’t go hungry.
No Matter what age group or family structure, The Hebrew Educational Society aims to strengthen familial and community bonds through a diverse blend of family services.
Each month we strive to help inform our community members about topics that are relevant to them.
These workshops are aimed at helping adults, families, and children learn strategies for success as they connect with their peers. Such topics include financial literacy, safety, preparing our children for the future, and much more!
NEEDS ASSESSMENTS AND REFERRALS
Need help? Not sure where to turn when you have questions about the emotional, educational, social, and day-to-day needs of your family? Let us assist you in finding the next step to ensure that you can maintain the happy and healthy life that you deserve for yourself and your family.
We strive to help our children develop the life skills they need to become successful adults. Social skills, self-esteem building, problem solving skills, conflict resolution skills, communication skills are all a part of our programs designed to help children avoid high risk behaviors and fulfil their full potential.
Parenting is hard work! This can be especially true of caregivers to children with disabilities. We provide a forum for parents to connect with each other as they learn to navigate the social, emotional, financial, and physical needs of children with disabilities.