•  Parent Center Community Partners

    ACCES-VR (Vocational Rehabilitation): Assisting individuals with disabilities to achieve and maintain employment and to support independent living.

    Andrus: ANDRUS is a private, non-profit organization that helps secure strong, promising futures for children, families and communities by promoting stability, increasing resilience, and rebuilding hope. They specialize in teaching children and families the skills to express and cope with strong emotions. They help increase the well of resources available to them to manage the impacts of adversity, particularly severe emotional, behavioral and mental health issues in children. Guided by the Sanctuary Model, they offer a range of preventive and restorative services for children and families across the tri-state area.

    Arts 10566: Providing access to the arts for Peekskill youth.

    Assumption Church

    Peekskill Basics: Dedicated to making sure that every parent and caregiver knows what they can do to make the most of the opportunity to give the infants and toddlers they love a great start in life. 

    Boy Scouts of America

    Be First Boxing

    Black Diamonds

    City of Peekskill

    Cohen Family Smiles Dental

    Peekskill Community Congress

    Cornell Cooperative Eat Smart NY

    Ninth District Dental

    Department of Social Services

    Ecuadorian Committee of Westchester


    Girl Scouts 

    Green Chimneys

    Faces Inc.

    Family Resource Center

    Family Ties

    Family Services of Westchester

    Feeding Westchester:  Feeding Westchester’s mission is to end hunger in Westchester County. As the heart of a network of more than 300 partners, they source and distribute food, and other resources, to towns across Westchester helping to ensure that none of our neighbors are hungry. 

    Fidelis Care 

    Field Library

    Peekskill Fire Department

    Hispanic Community Corp.

    Hope’s Door: Hope’s Door seeks to end domestic violence and to empower victims to achieve safety, independence, and healing from the trauma of abuse.

    Home Run Against Drugs: The  mission of Hit a Home Run Against Drugs is to promote healthy lifestyle choices among today's youth by empowering them with the knowledge and self-esteem to prevent alcohol, tobacco and drugs. Emphasis on self-esteem, eating healthy, exercising and setting goals promote positive social and emotional learning.

    Hudson River Credit Union

    Hudson River Healthcare

    Inner Being Yoga

    Integra Workshops

    MOCA (Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Arts)

    New Era Creative Space

    Lissette Fernandez, Esq.

    Latino U

    My Brother's Keeper: Former President Obama began the MBK initiative in February, 2014 to address persistent opportunity gaps confronted by young men of color in order to make sure that all young men reached their full potential. This initiative seeks to establish a commitment from the community leaders to assist in reaching that goal. 

    MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)

    Manhattanville College

    Mt. Olivet Church

    My Money Matters, Inc.

    MVP Insurance

    NAACP Peekskill Chapter

    Neighbors Link

    NY Life

    NYS Office of People with Developmental Disabilities

    PTO and SEPTO

    Peekskill Ambulance Corp.

    Peekskill Arts Alliance: The mission of the Peekskill Arts Alliance is to promote and serve the vibrant and diverse arts community in Peekskill and the Hudson Valley. 

    Peekskill Area Pastor Association (PAPA)

    Peekskill Garden Club

    Peekskill Parks and Recreation

    Peekskill Youth Bureau Peekskill

    Police Department

    Peekskill Museum

    Spellbinders: A Program of Character and Community Building through Storytelling

    Student Assistance Program

    Teatown Reservation:   

    The Road to LeadHERship

    Two by Two Zoo

    United Healthcare

    United Methodist Church

    United Way

    Westchester County Dept. of Mental Health

    Westchester Hispano Newspaper

    Westchester Children’s Association

    Westchester Institute for Human Dev.

    Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS)